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“Happiness is not something ready-made. It comes from your own actions.” ~Dalai Lama
This question is a very strategic business question. The more joyful you are as a coach in business, the easier building your business will be. Why?
What is the secret of team motivation? Most managers will agree they don’t really need people to make profound changes, but to be a little more responsive and care a little bit more about their results.
In this interview Caterina shares the key strategies and actions that have taken her from little clarity, motivation and commitment in building her business to an unstoppable momentum of getting paying clients, increased confidence and enthusiasm to share her life and business coaching message with anyone who will listen.
A personal note from Teresia, your business building mentor,
Erickson Coaching International and Teresia LaRocque, MCC, Director of Entrepreneurship are excited to announce the launch of the Erickson Business Center Facebook Fan Page, a brand new resource for life coaches who want to turn their passion for coaching into a profitable business.
What services will you offer to share your mission with the world? If you choose, a coaching business can go beyond the traditional 1-1 coaching practice.
As an entrepreneur, you can design your life any way you want. If you are not living the lifestyle you desire, you have the power to change that. You are the CEO of your business and your life.
Suddenly, there's a knot in your stomach (where did that come from?) and you start to stammer. Your internal dialogue kicks into high gear. "Can I really deliver what the client needs?” “They will never pay my rates.” In your mind, you start coming up with reasons why they won't commit.
'Becoming Cleopatra' is a metaphor for flexible business building. Thinking about the financial ups and downs in much of the Western World has had me noticing the nature of fear. It is not really relevant whether you feel it or not. What is relevant is whether it stops you from doing what is required. What can allow us to weather any storm and to learn from it? We need to challenge ourselves to keep expanding our opportunities and making them fun.