Do you dream of a fulfilling career helping others become healthier and happier? This page is for you!
Here’s the thing. I have SO many women who email me asking about my experience at IIN & HCI.
Bottom line, I loved both of my experiences. They’ve allowed me to create a full-time, passion filled, lucrative business and work 100% for myself.
Common questions I get asked:
How much time did you have to dedicate to studying?
Are you able to support yourself with your coaching income?
How do you find clients?
Do I have to have a blog to find clients?
Will IIN &/or HCI teach me to find clients?
What is your favorite part about being a coach?
Can I work with you for support as I’m studying?
Which program would you recommend to start with? HCI or IIN?
You might considerbecoming a coach yourself if:
You are driven
You believe in yourself, or are at least willing to
You will stay focused
You won’t give up
You are ready to learn valuable information
You want to create a business you love, with your own hours
You want to be your own boss (or work for someone else – you can do either as a coach)
You want to make a change in the world
You want to make a great income
You want a job that is rewarding
You’re willing to love the great parts of the work along with the hard parts (like any job)
If you have even more questions or would like to hear directly from me how I coach, how much time I spend coaching, how much you should charge as a coach, etc…
You can purchase my “Q+A for Coaches” for $10 below.
The call is an hour and 15 minutes where I answer direct questions, from women just like you, who wonder the nitty-gritty details of what it’s like to be a coach.
“Thank you SOOOOO much for sharing all of this insight with me/us! It was incredibly helpful and encouraging to hear where you started and how you’ve built your business. Thank you again for taking the time to do this. I’m feeling more excited and energized than ever!” – Elizabeth
Do you have these questions?
How much time do you spend on your business and how is it divided up (i.e., client sessions, preparation, creating content, social media engagement, any other categories?)
How do you set boundaries between work and personal life?
How did you think about & decide on pricing when you first got started?
How do you tell if someone wouldn’t be a good fit as a client and how do you deliver that message?
Did you ever struggle with promoting your business on social media and fears around people seeing you negatively for doing that? If so, how did you get past it? I’m so worried about annoying people and my friendships changing.
How do you manage time spent on social media / interacting with potential clients?
How did you grow your social media following and email list?
What are the up-front costs of starting coaching? Do you recommend DIY-ing everything to save money up front, or investing in a designer, materials, etc. to start right?
If you could go back to your first year of coaching what was the advice you needed to be given at the time?
What advice would you give a new coach for identifying clients?
I’d love to hear about how you tune into your intuition for your business and tune out some of the external chatter. I feel like there is so much different advice about starting a business that I sometimes feel overwhelmed.
“I finally got some time to listen to your coaching Q&A call, and I absolutely loved it. I use Evernote, so I can’t give you an exact page amount, but I took so many notes! There wasn’t a single part that I didn’t find helpful. Lots of pauses for notes, reflection, and comments. Thank you SO much for offering this! Keep up the amazing work.” – Gina
If you resonate with these questions then purchase the coaching call for $10.00 below. The recorded call will be emailed to you straight away. You’ll love it!
As a graduate and ambassador from both programs, I’m here to answer any questions that you might have and share my experience as a coach. Have a question after listening to the Q&A call? You’re welcome to book a Strategy Session with me or email your questions over: email@example.com.
P.S. Before you enroll in EITHER program definitely email me beforehand – you get some major perks (hint: $$$) that you won’t want to miss out on when you share my name at enrollment. Email me: firstname.lastname@example.org to ask about perks.