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Hi, I am the Managing Director of a $100m Technology Company. In my experience, the best mentors and coaches are those who have been there and done it. Whilst business school education is extremely beneficial, I personally find far more value in coaching from those who have been successful in t...

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WHO THE HELL NEEDS A LIFE COACH? That's another name for "mom". How do you expect to charge for that? Being a warm shoulder to lean on is quite a bit different than being able to charge people to give them advice. I drink beer (and talk strategy) with people that I would NEVER pay to listen to...

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If you spent that money on Clarity ($200 with an expert) and you didn't get value, email support@clarity.fm for a full refund. We offer 100% money back guarantee. Alternatively, you can sort by ratings and price. If you want a great coach - call John, he's awesome https://clarity.fm/johnram...

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1. Have very high expectations that they will be your coach, not necessarily your friend (though many of my clients have become my friends, my first responsibility is to be their coach and focus on their business growth). 2. Ask around to the people you know who have a coach, Google "business c...

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Make a Tinder profile and put your contact info in there. Even though the people there aren't currently in a relationship, a decent amount could probably make use of relationship advice. Do the first consultation free to learn about what their problems are (you could post a pro-bono Clarity lin...

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You can use apps like https://aligntoday.com/ to help you manage clients, as to the best platform there is no one best. You can use upwork, clarity, fiver and a lot of self promotion. Go to networking events, pitch days, blog on medium, create youtube videos. It's a consistent combination that wi...

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In general it's hard to scale an hourly business. However, here are a few suggestions: 1. Offer a lower rate tier where you can capture a lot of people such as group coaching. You'll need address topics that are general to the group, and make sure that the people within the group are similar eno...

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Some key differences to consider: - Coaching is based most often on a monthly retainer. Mentoring can be as well, but is usually offered without a fee, often based on a personal request or referral. - Coaches rarely give advice, coming from the perspective that the client has the answers within...

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Best way? Figure out a process to get consistent referrals from other professionals. I made a video about this situation, in the video blog here: http://www.jasonkanigan.org/your-confusing-title/ Second-best way? Narrow your ideal customer definition, and go get them. Who values uncovering th...

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