Like any other profession, if you have the right toolkit, you feel more confident in getting the task done. The same is true for your mom coaching business. You get confident with your ability to help your ideal client if you stay organize, get super intimate with the skills and process to get them where they want to be and and are able to easily access what they need when from your proverbial sleeve.
In this week’s podcast, I share how to gather together your own coaching toolbox and then keep your instruments nicely oiled and sharpened.
Think back to your home economic days. Or I guess more like woodworking. We need to keep our workspace clean and organized. I’m going to share some ways to do so that allow for creative play, loads of self-coaching and evolving your coaching skills.
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Some of the tool sharpening ideas covered include:
Beginning with a complete dump of all the tools you’ve collected not only in your coaching experience and training, but what you’ve picked up along your life journey
Creating a cheat sheet (kind of like how my Dad once drew the outline of all the tools hanging on the garage wall) for easy reference
A way to practice your tools on yourself in a morning ritual
The power that comes from naming your tools
Re purposing your tool kit to create content to educate your potential clients and showcase the potency of your methods
Coming up with your toolbox is actually one of the first places to begin to create a coaching package that helps and sells. If you want my expert eyes on your expert tools, we can co-create a coaching offering that your mamas will be clamoring to experience. Book your discovery call here. Just a chat with me will bring you so much clarity on how you can attract more clients and grow your biz. I tool you not!