Tag: "transition to self-employment"
Being a business owner gives lots of freedom and flexibility. That’s a great asset… and the biggest inconvenience at the same time. No more “have to’s”, “must’s”, externally imposed sanctions. And yes, entrepreneurship is an emotional roller-coaster (well, for most people). The easiest way to deal with this is to acknowledge this. It is part of the game. But I would […]View Post
I am sure that when industry statistics are talking about so many coaches quitting this profession, it is not only about lacking skills or lack of demand on the market, but also because those coaches might not have adapted their working habits and structures to be successful as self-employed. Because probably you agree that being an […]View Post
In my Coaching Business Start-Up Blueprint Home Study Program the very first module is about how to get started without overwhelm. The first reaction I got from some people is “what the heck does this do in this program?” And they are right, this is not one of those modules in which I give tons […]View Post
In PART 1 of this article, we covered the two first steps of transitioning – experiencing coaching and acquiring coaching skills. (Read previous post.) Now let’s move on to the third and fourth step of transitioning.View Post
How to successfully transit from employment into self-employment? This is one of those questions that some new coaches do not forge a strategy about. What they do is simply to make a decision and cut all ties from one day to the other, going into this self-employment adventure with boosted confidence.View Post