How To Start A Life Coaching Business From Home

So you want an style=”text-decoration: underline;”>toan> start a life coachingbusiness from home right? That sounds kind of hard.

Well, it may not be asdifficult as you think.

I'm going to walk you through the steps A to Z so staytuned.

Okay, life coaching business from homeokay and I got to say before I say anything else, this is not for everybody.

This takes work.

It takes dedication and it takes a certain kind of personalityto be able an style=”text-decoration: underline;”>toan> maintain the longevity that life coaching requires.

It alsotakes actual results.

Anyone or their mom could be a technical life coach becauseit is an open forum essentially.

It's an open community.

You don't have to haveany collegiate piece of paper or documentation to call yourself a lifecoach.

That being said, you need an style=”text-decoration: underline;”>toan> have results or you're just going to dilutethe community, okay? So first and foremost, so if you'rethinking about starting a life coaching business from home – results.

You have gotto have results in your life first and foremost and in the lives of yourclients.

Results, results, results.

Biggest key there.

Before you even go there,you've got an style=”text-decoration: underline;”>toan> decide what am I going to be a life coach in.

You can be a lifecoach in anything and then again, this whole idea that life coaching is sounstructured, it's so unregulated, it's both a blessing and a curse.

It's ablessing for people trying to get into the life coaching business because theyhave the freedom to do basically whatever they want and it can be a cursetoo because there are a lot of people that are not legitimate.

There are a lotof people that I'm just going to say it, are fraudulent out there.

That aren'tlegitimate life coaches that don't have the skill set that just want to makemoney and are making things up as they go along.

Don't pay that guy.

go go intothis with results and a skill set.

So determine what your skill set is.

Maybeyou want to be a phoan style=”text-decoration: underline;”>toan>graphy coach, maybe you want to be a health coach, maybe youwant to be a mindset training coach, maybe you want to be a business coach,maybe you want to be a financial coach.

Determine what your skill set is, whereyou've had success in your life and determine a curriculum that you can walkpeople through the same repeatable process that you've done.

Repeatable isthe key word in that phrase.

After you've decided your your skill set and you'vegotten really confident that, you need an style=”text-decoration: underline;”>toan> start gathering results.

But how do youan style=”text-decoration: underline;”>startan> gathering results before you've launched your business? It's this an style=”text-decoration: underline;”>toan>olcalled Pro Bono.

Essentially means free.

So when you're just starting your lifein business, you need to start generating results and testimonials.

Which meansyou're going an style=”text-decoration: underline;”>toan> now start needing beta groups and testing groups and Pro Bonoclients.

So these clients are going to come in with your design curriculum.

You're going to offer it to them for free or for very little so that you cangather results.

Which means if you're doing this, you have an style=”text-decoration: underline;”>toan> have yourcurriculum fully spelled out A to Z in order for you an style=”text-decoration: underline;”>toan> sell that curriculum then after you've had your Pro Bono client work done.

So build yourcurriculum, get some plans, get some beta testers and they'll let them knowthey're part of a beta testing program.

That's why they're getting this greatdiscount in exchange for results.

Those results and those testimonials are thenwhat's going an style=”text-decoration: underline;”>toan> drive the price of your program once it gets released in fullpublic.

When you're starting your life coaching business, I want you to haveyour bases covered.

You got lots of videos that I produce for you oncontracts.

Please use and enforce contracts especially if you're workingwith family and friends as your pro bono clients.

They may be superfluous, they mayfeel like they're over the an style=”text-decoration: underline;”>toan>p but get them in place.

You're going to have to coveryour everything with those contracts okay? So, those contracts need to be inplace.

Also, set up what's called a limited liability corporation or an LLC.

It's not a very expensive to do.

You can do it from anywhere.

You can just do itonline.

You can do an LLC, in some cases you can get away with doing a DBA whichis a doing business as but I would recommend setting up an independentbusiness as an LLC before you start bringing clients through your clientmill okay? Set up LLC.

It just covers you in case of emergency, in case oflawsuit, any kinds of weird, crazy, things that can happen.

Set that up so that youand your clients are protected, okay? So let me just break this down for youagain.

Determine your skill set, gather your curriculum, get your Pro Bonoclients through there and then use those testimonials after you gather them tobuild your foundation for your fully paid clients.

There's all sorts ofwebsites, business cards, all of that will come inan style=”text-decoration: underline;”>toan> play later but you've got yourbasic breakdown, first things first, get your skill set onthe table and let people know about it.

Thanks for watching today's video.

Bestof luck to you.

You've got this.

Hit the subscribe button.

I will see you an style=”text-decoration: underline;”>toan>morrow.

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