Is becoming a life coach your ultimate dream? Do you want to abandon your profession and dedicate your life to helping others, but you cannot follow your passion and realize your dreams thanks to bad advice? If your answer is yes, then you need to keep reading.

Becoming a life coach is not a walk in the park as many people think. It is a career path that calls for utmost dedication, not forgetting the hard work and high-level of ethical conduct that comes with it. Nonetheless, if this is the path you have chosen, then there is no doubt that you have made up your mind, and you are ready to enjoy the fruits that come with it, as well as deal with a fair share of challenges that come in handy.

Below is a complete guide on how to become a life coach:

Understand your skills

The first question you should ask yourself when kick-starting your journey of becoming a life coach is: what am I good at?

Of course, you don’t want to become a Jack of all trades who will coach people on every aspect of life. When you do this, you might get perplexed along the way, and you will end up becoming a master of none.

Therefore, before you begin, first identify what you believe makes you a good coach, and make it your passion.

Use the internet

There are hundreds or even thousands of life coaches in your city. Therefore, if you decide to become a local life coach, you will undoubtedly be competing with lots of people, and you might not penetrate the already clogged profession.

But we are living in an era where the internet provides limitless opportunities!

The internet is a great way to start your journey and become successful in it. Using social media platforms such as Facebook and Twitter, video channels such as YouTube, and contributing to Q&A forums such as Quora, you will reach a wider audience from different parts of the globe, and you might make more money from your coaching.

Create a blog, and update it with valuable content

If you want to sell your expertise to your target market, then developing a blog and continually updating it with useful information is the best decision you can make.

By providing high-quality content, your audience will be able to connect to your services and choose you over your competitors. They will believe that you are the right person to fulfill their needs, and most of them will desire to be like you.  To increase engagement, create YouTube videos, Podcasts, infographics, and images to complement your content. This will help you gain customer trust, and build a mutually beneficial relationship even more.

Live a desirable life

Before you turn into coaching, make sure you get your life together. For a fact, you will not inspire people if you have nothing to show. Have visible results in your life. If you want to teach people how to make money transcribing audio files, make sure you are good at transcribing, and you have made a fortune out of it. This is what will enhance your credibility.

Finally…give freebies or be super-affordable when starting out

When starting your career as a life coach, your first objective should be to get exposure and gain some experience. That said, endeavor to offer free goodies or offer them inexpensively. This will also help you get testimonials which will be crucial in acquiring new business.

As your demand increases, raise your fees. As you continue getting more business, raise the rates even more.

This is how you become the best life coach there is in the market!

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