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The Complete Guide to Coaching Tools (with Examples)

Why Coaching is So Important!

Coaching is important. If you’re reading this, YOU'RE important. Because from a young age we're told what to do and when, what to learn, what to think and what's important. The rules are set by others. And we internalize and follow these rules, forming beliefs around them, falsely believing it's who we are.

It’s no wonder so many people feel disconnected from themselves. The skills and techniques we learn as coaches help our clients develop new ways of being. We help our clients challenge limiting beliefs and rules - and encourage them to be who they truly are.

So, the world needs coaching, but more importantly the world needs YOU!

Coaching Can be Challenging, Coaching Tools Help!

Coaching as a career is both rewarding and challenging. You get to do work which is meaningful and help people grow, but you also become a small business owner - an entrepreneur. Running your own coaching business is extremely hard work. There is so much to do, to learn, and time disappears - fast.

Coaching Tools, Forms and Exercises help people discover themselves and commit to action. When you use Tools for Coaching they concretize the coaching experience, helping potential clients see the value of coaching right away. And when they’re done-for-you, they save you energy and weeks of work. They’re great for your confidence, offering professional pre-prepared forms and exercises to use in coaching sessions, as homework, in workshops and more.

This ultimate guide to coaching tools and forms will take you through everything you want to know! In this article we will discuss, experience and explore together:

Collette-Gee-Coaching-Tools-Testimonial-Image"I love The Coaching Tools Company! I began using some of the free resources in my workshops, and after I received such rave reviews on the exercises and activities I downloaded, I went ahead and made my first of many purchases from The Coaching Tools Company. The participants in my workshop love the activity and exercises, and what's even better is that many of the attendees actually signed up for individual sessions with me! How exciting, and it's thanks to your amazing tools."

- Collette Gee - Certified Neuro-Lingustic Practitioner and Holistic Coach Finding Happily

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What Are Coaching Tools?

Most commonly, Coaching Tools are forms, worksheets or exercises given to the client to help them move forwards, learn something new or take action.  Each coaching tool covers a particular topic and when matched to a client’s individual situation, deepens a client’s understanding of themselves, helping them see things differently, learn and make change in their lives.

Coaching Tools are a supplement to the coaching relationship and conversation. Coaching exercises can be used in one-on-one coaching sessions, workshops, groups or given as homework. They provide extra opportunities to inform our clients and raise their awareness, helping clients create time for reflection,to solidify their learnings and move forwards.

Coaching exercises are another powerful tool in your toolbox! You work your coaching magic - and draw on coaching tools and worksheets as appropriate to boost your clients' learning and growth. The purpose of coaching tools is to enhance the experience for your client and help your client get results more easily or faster!

In the broader coaching context a coaching tool could be anything from a coaching question, journaling prompt, metaphor or story to a multi-step personality assessment with pages of questions to be answered, interviews and a 100 page report.

Different Kinds of Coaching Tools

  • A Coaching Exercise or Workbook around a Specific Topic
  • Coaching Questions
  • Quizzes
  • Journaling Prompts (questions, lists, dialoguing and more)
  • Metaphors or Stories (whether client or coach generated)
  • Personality and Psychological Assessments
  • Books or eBooks
  • Physical Card Decks e.g. Letting Go Cards or Spirit Cards. [Find a great selection at The Coaching Toys Store]
  • Coaching Games
  • Mindfulness and Meditation
  • An Activity (intended to teach the client something or help them learn a new skill)

A good coaching tool has a particular goal or purpose in mind, and the more specific the coaching exercise, the better. Emma-Louise Elsey
[source: choice Magazine Article]

Example of cards as Life Coaching Tools
Example of Cards as a Coaching Tool
Examples of our Life Coaching Tools

So, What Do We Mean by Coaching Tools at The Coaching Tools Company?

We specialise in practical, actionable coaching resources for coaches. When we talk about coaching tools, we're talking about tangible documents - coaching exercises, forms, worksheets, templates and activities, printable forms that get clients away from technology and distractions.

Our coaching materials take the form of coaching exercises, forms, eBooks or guides.

Victor Granville"When I discovered The Coaching Tools Company website I knew I had found a gold mine. I think Emma-Louise's Toolkits are professional, creative and a great time saver. Using these sheets I've been able to add immense value to the people I work with by providing fun and meaningful "in-between session" work and also using her sheets as a guide during sessions to go deeper. Because these forms are specific to coaching and 'ready to go' I can focus on what I love to do and that's Coach - without needing to use creative energy and time elsewhere. Thanks Emma-Louise!"

- Victor Granville, Communication Skills Coach and Behavioural Specialist Victor Granville.com

Who Uses Coaching Tools?

Coaching tools are used by a wide variety of health professionals including counsellors, therapists and coaches. The many types of coaches that use coaching tools include life coaches, executive, leadership, career, health and wellness, retirement, parent, teen, small business coaches and more.

You may be surprised to know that in addition to new and experienced coaches, professionals from a wide variety of other industries also use our career and life coaching tools, for example:

  • Human Resources Professionals
  • Managers and Leaders
  • Wellness Professionals like Personal Trainers and Nutritionists
  • Educators
  • Pastors
  • Mentors
  • Financial and Mortgage Advisors
  • Organizational Consultants and Trainers
  • Corporate Coaching Programs

Brad-Ross"...I was looking for some tools that I could use to help facilitate my teachings and Emma-Louise was my answer! Her creativity & ideas are often great kick-starters for my coaching & mastermind themes and exercises.  If you're a coach and you need some awesome content to help your clients get clarity, experience self-discovery and achieve their goals - "The Coaching Tools Company" is your new best friend!

- Brad Ross, Entertainment Entrepreneur & NO BS Business Coach Brad Ross Private Success Coaching

Why Use Coaching Tools?

Coaching Exercises are another 'tool' in your coaching toolbox to help your clients get to know themselves, grow, build confidence and get motivated to take action.

What are the Benefits of Coaching Tools?

When I began to create Career & Life Coaching Tools for my clients, it was largely to boost my confidence, and save time. And then I found there were many extra benefits I didn't expect. Coaching Tools:

  • Provide instant and concrete value to both your clients and prospects.
  • Help you appear established, professional and organized -  you can even add your own branding to our tools.
  • Help clients tackle specific issues and get unstuck.
  • Keep your coaching fun, fresh and interesting for the clients.
  • Make great homework and keep clients engaged between sessions.
  • Make fantastic exercises and handouts for workshops, groups and teleseminars.
  • Are great to boost creativity.
  • And many clients just love completing coaching tools!

A Life Coaching Tools Testimonial from a Coaching Client:

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"Her tools are simple, easy to use, and highly effective. What I like most about her coaching and her tools, is that I always walk away with an 'action plan' I can implement right away, from which I start seeing results almost immediately. Even though I consider myself already 'happy' with my life, working with Emma-Louise inspires me to reach an even greater level of happiness and not settle for anything; she uncovers barriers and desires I didn't even realize I had. By inspiring the child-like creativity and dreams inside each of us, her methods helped me break free of the 'daily-grind' and instead enjoy this 'adventure called life' as much as I possibly can!"

- Rishel Tomlinson, Former Client, Mortgage Broker & Owner of Custom Mortgages

How & When to Use Coaching Tools?

There are many ways to use Coaching Tools & Exercises. Use them throughout the coaching lifecycle from your first prospect meeting right through to wrapping up a client engagement.

Just as a plumber has different tools to do different jobs, each coaching exercise has its own specific purpose. Just like a workman's set of tools, coaching tools are uniquely suited to the job at hand. Each coaching form will be used at different times and matched to the individual client's situation.

Here are some great ideas of when to use coaching tools and exercises:

  1. In your Welcome Pack. Give clients something concrete that provides value right away and justifies the investment they've made in coaching with you!
  2. In a session with a client to inspire, inform or help solve a problem (or when you're stuck!)
  3. As homework. Delve deeper into something that came up in a coaching session, work on self-discovery (like values) AND keep them in a coaching frame of mind between sessions.
  4. As worksheets in workshops and teleseminars.
  5. With prospects or in sample sessions. A great way to give people a tangible taste of coaching - and something they can keep or take home with them!
  6. To demonstrate progress and value. Ask your clients to score ___ / 10 whatever they are working towards. Then come back later and ask them to score again.
  7. As back of room giveaways at networking events, conferences and your own workshops
  8. To save you time and energy on repeatable tasks (and make sure you don't forget anything!). This could be anything from admin forms to your client intake/wrap-up sessions.
  9. To lighten up a serious topic or challenging session.
  10. AND of course you can use coaching tools to develop yourself (in fact I recommend it!)

For even more ideas on how to incorporate career & life coaching tools into your sessions:

Infographic of 12 ways to use coaching tools in your practice

The Coaching Tools Company was an amazing and happy discovery I had this year. The simple but very creative and efficient tools that Emma offers here gave a new perspective to me personally and even more to my work.

I am very grateful for all the material she provides in her site and the articles in her blog. I know this is not a simple work to elaborate, so I congratulate her even more!

 Daniela Assunção, Café com Coaching

12 Different Types of Career & Life Coaching Tools and Exercises (with Examples):

The best way to explain coaching tools and exercises is to give you some practical examples. Below we outline the key types of career and life coaching tools, and then offer some examples to explore.

One-on-one coaching conversations are just one option available to you. Coaching forms, worksheets and exercises are another tool in your toolbox - and another opportunity to help your client learn and grow. Emma-Louise Elsey 

1. Powerful Discovery Questions

A coaching tool can be created around powerful discovery questions that brainstorm or explore possibilities for the client. These deep and open-ended questions help clients explore themselves/particular topics. The goal is to maximise the amount of information and self-learning.

Examples of Powerful Discovery Question Coaching Tools:

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2. An Inquiry or Journaling Prompt

Journaling prompts and coaching inquiries make great exercises for motivation, goal-setting, decision-making and self-discovery. In particular, journaling is great to deeply explore a client’s vision and values, and help a client get super-motivated by aligning their lives with what matters most to them.

Examples of an Inquiry or Journaling Prompt Coaching Exercise:

  • Offer your client The Rocking Chair Exercise, to help them envision what they want the rest of their life to be about.
  • The “Retirement or Big Birthday Party” or “Newspaper Article Exercise” to help a client hone in on what matters most, and what success looks like or means for them.
  • An inquiry to “Describe your ideal day” or an inquiry that asks, “What advice would I give my younger self?”

Learn more about journaling at the International Association of Journal Writing.

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Doc Richard Eley"Thanks for all the TOOLS!!! They are fantastic... My clients LOVE the tools and many become serious about their life/business as they work through each of the different TOOLS that I have sent them.
Again...thanks!!!"

- 'Doc' Richard R. Eley, Certified Franklin Covey Coach The Lamplighter Coaching

3. A Sequence of Questions that Walk your Clients through a Learning Process

This type of coaching exercise helps your clients take action in a particular area of their life. A series of questions and answers that flow from one to the next to build the learning - and usually ending with actions to be taken. This type of coaching worksheet makes great homework! And both coach and client are rewarded when a client's answers are explored more deeply in a following coaching session.

Examples of Sequence of Questions Tools:

Success Habits Coaching Exercise

4. Powerful Lists!

Never underestimate the power of list-making to give your clients important insights! This type of coaching worksheet asks clients to make a list , and sometimes review and explore each item on the list for a deeper result. Powerful lists can be used in every area of coaching!

Examples of Powerful List Coaching Tools

  • My Favourite Powerful List to give clients is What Makes My Heart Sing? Help clients find more happiness - where they are right now.
  • What are you Tolerating? (Free) Do you know what you’re tolerating in your life? When we see a list written down, we have a better understanding of how draining it can be.
  • The Love and Loathe List Help a client free up energy, by doing less of what they loathe, and more of what they love.
  • Detox Your Relationships Understand who drains you and who inspires you with this list and scoring system. Helps clients spend more time with people who really support them.
What Makes My Heart Sing Coaching Form - Page 1

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"I absolutely love, love, love the tools! I've purchased two toolkits, and I love every single tool. They are all very high-quality (both in content and appearance) and easily customizable. They have saved me HOURS of work by having easy-to-access and easy-to-use tools that are very specific to my clients'  needs. Truly an invaluable resource that I am thankful and happy to have found."

- Patrina M. Clark, HCS, SPHR, President Pivotal Practices Consulting LLC

5. A Visual or Get Your Clients Drawing!

Using visual coaching tools is a powerful way to help our clients make sense of things. Images access a different part of our brain and can inspire us, help us see patterns, create new links, think about things in a creative new way or angle.

Examples of Visual Coaching Exercises

  • Possibly the most powerful example of a visual life coaching tool is the Wheel of Life Template (Free).
  • The Life Map is a fabulous coaching exercise for new clients - helping them and you see the key high and lowlights of their life visually.
  • There are many other ideas here including asking clients to draw themselves and discussing that, or asking a client to Draw Their Gremlin or Inner Critic and coaching them around it.
  • Visuals can also be used to frame things more lightly like in the Eat Your Elephant Tool.
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6. A Reframe

A powerful way to ‘shake-up’ a client’s limiting beliefs and patterns is to offer them (or ask them to come up with) a reframe. This is where your client gets to view a problem or situation in a new, unexpected way. Reframes can be turned into powerful coaching tools and exercises that shake people out of habitual and often limiting ways of thinking.

Examples of Coaching Tools that Reframe

  • Coaching questions are the easiest way to reframe. A common reframe is to turn what is currently viewed as a "problem" into an "opportunity". You could ask, "Where could this problem become an opportunity - or even the solution?".
  • Love Your Weaknesses.  In this tool, the client is asked, "How do your weaknesses serve you?" so they can see their so-called weaknesses in a new, more positive light.
  • The Not To Do List turns the idea of a To Do list on its head, helping people achieve success by identifying what NOT to do…
  • Another example of this is in the Are You Sitting (TOO) Comfortably? Coaching Exercise. In this life coaching exercise, the client learns that discomfort is good - because it means they are learning. In addition, did you know that doing too much can also be someone's comfort zone?
Weaknesses Coaching Reframe Exercise

"When I first saw your collection of career coaching tools I said, 'TERRIFIC JOB!! Bottom line - I LOVE it and want it!'... it’s great to have something lighthearted and appropriate to coaching ready to hand out. Emma-Louise’s coaching tools create a context around the work I do with my clients – a structure and foundation that pulls everything together and helps to anchor results. Thanks so much for sharing your career coaching tools!"

- Christina Sestan, Citrus Coaching Solutions

7. A Story or Metaphor

Stories and metaphors are powerful transformational tools - offering learning in an easy to digest format. In particular for common life challenges, a story or metaphor helps a client feel less alone, may give them ideas to problem solve with - or see an issue in a new light.

Examples of Story or Metaphor Coaching Tools

  • The Build a Bridge Exercise! This uses the idea that we don't need to see the other side to take the next step to get clients moving on something they feel stuck on.
  • What Do I Need to Let Go Of? There is a buddhist teaching story about how we hold onto things, and how it clouds our mind unnecessarily. This prompts clients to make a list of things they could similarly let go of.
  • The Big Rocks, Little Rocks Exercise This powerful metaphor helps people understand that they need to work on their priorities first, or they will fill their lives with minutiae.
Build a Bridge Coaching Exercise

8. A Helpful Model, Concept or Technique

There are so many helpful models and concepts out there that offer new ideas, techniques or learning to help people get more done, manage their time better and be happier! Often these come with acronyms, or helpful names.

Examples of Models, Concepts or Techniques

  • A common and extremely helpful example which I have shared with many of my clients is The Urgent-Important Matrix. This coaching form helps clients realise that if they focus on the important things, it reduces the number of things that become urgent - and disruptive in our lives
  • SMART Goals is extremely popular and helps people create more powerful goals.
  • The Spheres of Influence  I love this concept which encourages people to focus on what they can control, and let go of things they can’t...
  • The Action Priority Matrix is a fabulous coaching tool to help people focus on the tasks and ideas that give us the most bang for our buck!
Urgent Important Matrix Template Page 1

"I have found that ALL of Emma-Louise’s coaching tools are by far the best for my practice. They help me motivate and keep my clients on track with simple, easy-to-follow forms that compel them to take the time to record what they've done and what they need to do. Absolutely one of the very best investments I’ve made in my practice!"

Judy Mastracchio - Professional Certified Life and Divorce Coach OC Divorce Coach

9. Recording The Facts/Seeing the Truth

Sometimes people need to actually see proof of the issue before they will change. Another type of coaching tool is one that enables the client to record the facts of their world or life.

It could also be things like recording your spending or where you spend your time and then reviewing that for patterns and themes we can learn from.

Examples of Models, Concepts or Techniques

  • One coaching template I often use with busy clients is Expose My Hidden Time Wasters. This records the time spent in different areas of our life. Similar to the latte factor, it's powerful to see - wow I spent 10 hours on social media this week, but only 3 hours of quality time with my partner...
  • Interruptions Blaster Workbook This workbook aims to reduce and manage interruptions so we can be more efficient! In particular, a key piece is to record and observe our interruptions so we can do something differently in future.
  • Other examples could include recording spending, sleep, sugar/calorie/alcohol consumption etc.
Track Time Recording Coaching Template

10. Informational Handouts/eBooks

Sometimes it can be helpful for us, or our clients, to have a list to refer to, some reading or other reference material around a specific topic. These can be Handouts, Special Reports or Ebooks with useful information to help your clients learn and grow!

Examples of Informational Handouts/eBooks

  • The Cognitive Distortions List (Free) This one sider handout outlines the 10 key ways we distort our experience and beliefs with our thinking. It can be a powerful wake-up call for clients - and coaches!
  • Values Example List (Free) Sometimes clients get stuck trying to think of "value" words. This is not a "pick list" for clients, instead it supports the coach and client as they go through the values identification process.
  • Client Reminder List A short list of Coaching Topics to help the client prepare for their coaching session, and ensure they have something to discuss with you.
  • 549 Powerful Coaching Questions! This eBook has 549 coaching questions organized into coaching areas for inspiration and ideas! It’s still our most popular freebie that comes with signing up for our newsletter!
Cognitive Distortions List for Coaching

Fiona Walsh Headshot"I'm a big fan of The Coaching Tools Company.com. Not only have I used some of these coaching tools for myself personally when I've been stuck, but I also use these tools in my coaching practice with clients and wholeheartedly recommend them to other coaches on our team. These tools are simple to use and pack a great impact to moving obstacles in your life and business."

Fiona Walsh, CEO of FM Walsh & Associates

11. The Coaching Quiz

We've all seen and completed quizzes in magazines and books. A coaching quiz can be great to give clients a quick overview of where they are. We need to be careful not to "tell" people who or what they are. Instead the quiz results are simply a way to raise awareness and start a conversation about a particular topic.

Examples of the Coaching Quiz as a tool

  • A good example of this is the Motivation Quiz which helps clients understand if they are ready to "do anything" to achieve a goal, only willing to do a little, or in the middle. It includes some helpful tips about how your coach can help you, and the advantages and disadvantages of each motivation level.
  • Examples include the Self-Care Quiz This handy coaching quiz raises our clients' self-awareness around their self-care - because sometimes it's the obvious that escapes us! Great for life balance coaching.
  • Life Satisfaction Quiz (Free)  This quiz asks clients to rate their satisfaction with different areas of their lives, and then to identify how they would like coaching to help them. This is a great life coaching tool to give prospects or clients when they start out with you.
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12. Coaching Activities

This kind of coaching tool is more physical - and may have an active component. Many of these activities are good for groups and workshops, or can be done without paper if needed.

Examples of Coaching Activities

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We also offer Coaching Forms and Administrative Tools to Manage Your Clients

Finally, we also offer Coaching Tools that help the coach manage their client engagement from prospect through to wrap-up.

Examples of Administrative Forms and Tools

Our biggest selling product of all-time is our Welcome Pack Toolkit. This includes a coaching agreement (coaching contract, client agreement etc). Some other examples include:

  • Coaching Goals Worksheet Essential to every client engagement - know what your client wants to get out of coaching with you! Refer back to this often.
  • Intake Session Template Checklist (Free)  This is a version of the checklist Emma-Louise still uses with her clients in the first session, and includes reminders to set up the next session, take payment and discuss how to reschedule sessions.
  • Wrap-up Session Questions (Free) This is the form Emma-Louise developed to help clients understand how they have grown during their coaching engagement.

"The Coaching Tools Company is a 'go to' resource for me. From the FREE business admin forms to the goal-setting, vision, and getting unstuck resources, this site is a treasure trove. When I'm working with a client and want to give them a specific homework exercise, the first thing I do is to check out The Coaching Tools Company to see if it already exists. And when a certain topic or issue comes up with a client, it's easy to search for resources and tools for that specific issue. The format of these tools makes them easy to brand with my logo and very user-friendly for my clients."

Ildiko Oravecz - High Performance Consulting

In Conclusion

Coaching tools take many forms including tangible exercises, worksheets, templates, activities, materials and resources that you use with your clients. They are used to manage the coaching relationship or help clients move forward and achieve their dreams and goals.

Coaching tools and exercises add power tools to your coaching toolbox, helping your clients grow - faster. They make coaching more concrete when working with new and potential clients. And they’re also great for boosting your confidence when starting out as a coach.

Coaching tools and forms are used industry-wide, and many clients enjoy completing them - so it's a great way to keep clients engaged. There are many, many different ways to use coaching tools including one-on-one, in groups or workshops and as homework. And when branded with your contact details, they also make great marketing materials.

As a business coach with over 20 years experience, I must tell you these exercises and user guides are absolutely incredible.  I am very impressed. They are very creative and artistically well done.  I can tweak them just the way I like.

I absolutely love it! Keep up the great work. You are helping us to keep enlightening the world by doing the work we love.

- Tom Borg, CPBA, CPDFA, MA - President Tom Borg Consulting, LLC

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We offer coaches a wide range of Professional *Brandable* Coaching Tools and Exercises to help them build a thriving practice full of engaged clients.

Our Career and Life Coaching Tools and Exercises are here to help you! Don't spend days creating forms and exercises when we've already done the work for you! It took me years to develop, test and accumulate all these Coaching Tools and you get to receive all the benefits without the months of work!

Pssst! Clients love our coaching forms too - they love completing them, and they love delving deeper with you, their coach. It's why we keep creating more...

But don't believe me - check out our testimonials here and on this page.

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We are an approved ICF Business Solutions Partner (International Coach Federation).

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The core of our mission is to create the coaching forms you need, so you can focus on getting clients and running your business.

Specifically, our Coaching Tools, Exercises and Graphics:

  • Are created by a professional, experienced coach.
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  • Are concise, easy to use and fun!
  • Are *Brandable*. Follow the licensing terms and simply add your business name and logo and start using them with clients right away!
  • Are mostly in Microsoft Word .docx format. This means you can customise them for your particular niche, add your own insights or easily amend them to fit your style!
  • Our tools are specifically designed to help your clients learn, (re)think who they are, connect with what they really want and take action. You get to add value by reviewing and discussing the client output and delving for deeper learnings and more meaningful actions.
  • Professionals from all backgrounds use and recommend our tools. See our testimonials page here.
  • And we believe in supporting coaches as they get started! Because we know how hard it is to get started coaching, many of our tools are available absolutely free!
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Our Most Popular Coaching Tools & Products

With such a large selection of tools in our catalogue it’s difficult to choose a favourite. But we can tell you what people buy the most.

Learn about Emma-Louise’s favourite tools in The 9 Coaching Exercises and Templates I Would Not Be Without.

The Top 5 Most Popular Coaching Forms & Products:

  1. Our Free Wheel of Life Tool available in English and Spanish is by far our most popular life coaching tool! Powerful, simple and versatile.
  2. Our Coaching Agreement Sample Template is the most purchased individual tool.
  3. The Welcome Pack Toolkit (everything needed to get started with a new client!) is the most popular purchased product.
  4. Followed closely by Our Coaching Tools MEGAPack! (All our career and life coaching tools in one place).
  5. At number 3, Renew YOU, Love Your Life! Coaching Program (everything you need to run a 3 month coaching program) includes 13 done-for-you tools, guides and marketing materials.

Other popular products include our Small Business Coaching Toolkit with 30 great coaching tools in helpful areas with guide is also a top seller along with our Goal-Setting Toolkit - 9 awesome goal-setting tools & exercises and our Balance & Self-Care Toolkit to name a few!

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