How Do You Measure Long-Term Success?

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This episode contains strong language. 

I’ve been following Rich Litvin (and Steve Chandler) for a few years now, after my colleague and fellow coach Rasul  sent me a copy of The Prosperous Coach. It’s a book I read and reread over again when I start to fall into stinkin’ thinkin’, as my friend and coach Simone likes to say about self-limiting beliefs and negative self-talk. He sent out an email last week sharing 6 secrets to long-term success as a coach, and a few of them stood out for me.

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After you graduate, you may feel like you don’t know enough or that you’ll need to pursue advanced or specialized training before you can feel confident in your coaching. I invite you to hold off on that and figure out how to get the most from your existing training before you make additional investments.

With more than ten years in the health coaching profession, I’ve observed the evolution of the industry and the changes in marketing and trends around how to get clients and make money coaching.

Your health coaching practice is unique to your personal and professional desires, so don’t compare what you’re doing or want to be doing with what others are doing.

What were your takeaways? 

Let me know in the comments below or over here in my Linkedin Group. You can also respond to me on Twitter @honeybholistic with hashtags #growyourselfcoaching and #IINHealthCoach.

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About Melissa Danielle

I help high achieving women and coaches over 35 living with PCOS and perimenopause prepare their bodies, lives, and businesses for first-time motherhood.

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