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How to Overcome Your Fear of Choosing a Coaching Niche | by Cindy Schulson

Happy Coach Overcoming Fear of Choosing a niche

...our marketing and programs. Also, understand that you aren't stuck in your niche. Your niche will evolve and refine itself over time. There are two ways you can do that. One is to take your solution and bring it to other target markets. The other way is to find other solutions you can offer your target market. But the key is to start with one target market and one solution, and then grow from there. 3. Are you afraid of choosing the wrong niche? C...

FREE Coaching Niche Finder Tool: What Makes You Awesome?

Niche Finder Tool on Desk

...emember to be kind to yourself as the process unfolds! About This Coaching Niche Finder Tool: This niche finder tool is loosely based around a self-discovery tool called "The Johari Window", a technique created in 1955 by psychologists Joseph Luft and Harrington Ingham. It was invented to help people look for blind spots and better understand how they are perceived by others—and themselves. The Coaching Niche Finder exercise below was originally c...

Why Have a Niche? With 5 Steps to Find Your Best Coaching Niche | By Steve Mitten, MCC

Coach with Client in Office

...ible and able to pay for your services are the people who fall within that niche? Research your top niche ideas. Understand more deeply: What are the people in your niche's greatest needs? How you can best access those people? How can you position yourself as an expert in that niche? And how can you best package your coaching as a solution to your niche's greatest need? Test market your solution. Create a program eg. a 1-1 coaching program, online...

Are You Disco Ball Marketing? And Why You Need a Niche! | By Steve Mitten MCC

Man in Orange Suit Holding Discoball Marketing!

...e and competence, and learn who you really like working with. Why choose a niche? In picking a niche, you differentiate yourself from the rest of the world of coaches. You find a place where your passions, experience and strengths meet an aching need in the marketplace. And then you get noticed by communicating a clear and consistent message in the language of the problems your clients already have. When you find a good niche, you get to a place i...

10 Ways to Know You Have a Great Coaching Niche! | by Emma-Louise Elsey (UPDATED)

Happy Coach Leaning on Desk Considering her Niche

...ly excited about the niche you've picked and can't wait to get started! You may find these other articles helpful: Our Infographic based on this article: 10 Ways to Know You Have a Great Coaching Niche! Our sister article - Don't Have a Niche yet? Relax, Wait and See... Make Your Marketing Work for YOU with Play and Your Deep Differentiator! by Kristen Beireis...

INFOGRAPHIC: 10 Ways to Know You Have a Great Coaching Niche!

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...we created this infographic to help you ensure you choose a great coaching niche... NOTE: Want to share JUST this Niche infographic (and not the whole article)? Right-click (or Ctrl+Click on a Mac) to save the full-size infographic below to your device, then simply share the saved infographic direct from your device! Here are 10 Ways to Know You Have A Great Niche: Love this? Want your own *Brandable* infographics (with coaching topics for clients...

How I Found My Perfect Coaching Niche & The Question That Helped! By Andrea Dray

Confident Coach with Niche

...coach. When you are trying to figure out your who, consider the "Salt & Pepper" of your life story and ask yourself this one simple question: Who would benefit the most by being coached by me and why? If you liked this article and story about niches, you may also like: 39 Favourite Coaching Questions, Created by You | Plus When to Use Them! (See Andrea's question at number 20) 10 Ways to Know You Have a Great Coaching Niche! The MOST Important Goa...

3 Ways to Focus You and Your Business This Fall | by Ruby McGuire

...ur area. Then everything that you do from that point on is related to your niche. So, if you're a career coach, everything you talk about should relate back to careers somehow. This way people start to identify you with your niche, and understand what you do. Questions to Ponder: How clear are you on who your ideal clients are? Where are you still a little fuzzy? How could you increasingly target your communications to your ideal clients? 2. Build...

Create Your Own Signature Program! What, Why & How to Get Started | by Jennifer Britton MES, CHRP, CPT, PCC

Coach writing on whiteboard to co-create Signature Program with clients

...our time and energy. As you run different programs you'll get to know your niche - and begin to hear the emerging needs of your clients. This naturally leads to a program and product stream in your business. Since I opened my doors back in 2004, I have aimed to develop and launch at least one major new program or product offering annually in my signature areas of 1) group coaching, 2) teamwork and 3) small business success. Other benefits to Signa...

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