The Ultimate Guide to Becoming a
How to Rapidly Transition from So-So Side-Hustle to Seriously Successful Coach
So many talented coaches are struggling...
They want to coach, they love to coach and they can't think of a better way to make a living then to serve others as a coach but right now they're not doing it full time...
Their coaching business is a side hustle.
At Evercoach, we call people like this "secret coaches."
They're the ones who know in their heart that coaching is their calling - they know they're born to coach - but every day they wake up and go to their 9-to-5 job which they hate or they feel stuck running a business that doesn't light them up.
Meanwhile, the thing they really want to do, the business they truly want to grow - coaching - isn't bringing in enough income and it's driving them c-r-a-z-y!
If you're reading this from your cubicle at work...
If you're working hard to get your coaching business off the ground...
If you're hoping and praying you can FINALLY find a way to go full-time and become the seriously successful coach you know you're meant to be, then you'll be happy to know that you're in exactly the right place!
This Ultimate Guide is designed to help you transition powerfully - and painlessly - into full-time coaching.
You'll learn what being a full-time coach looks like in the real world plus strategies that will take you from hopeful side hustler to confident, expert coach who has what it takes to start and run a business that more than pays for the lifestyle you want.
This isn't about learning shortcuts and hacks that could work in the short-term but which are likely to damage your reputation and your business in the long-term...
These are proven methods that hundreds - thousands - of coaches in the Evercoach community have used to successfully do what they love and get paid (well) for it.
Ready to join the wild and wonderful world of full-time coaching?
The Truth About
If you've never been a full-time coach, it's hard to know what to expect.
That's why it's good to get honest and develop an understanding about the realities of full-time coaching, so you don't end up disappointed - or worse - feeling like a failure.
When you're a side-hustler, full-time coaching can feel like a dream come true but you need to know that it's not all sunshine and rainbows.
THE NOT-SO-GREAT SIDES
Full-time coaching, especially early in the game, can be a bit of an uphill climb in terms of client attraction and income.
It takes a massive amount of persistence and patience to build a great reputation, and a stable base of clients so your coaching business can bring in the income you want.
Full-time coaching can also be exhausting.
The truth is, it's tough to give it your all and coach at maximum capacity day after day, month after month and year after year.
There are times when you won't receive the financial return, appreciation or thanks that you want and deserve, and you could be unfairly judged, criticized and easily overshadowed by more established coaches.
THE AMAZING UPSIDES
On the plus side, coaching is one of the most rewarding and lucrative professions in the world.
Nothing compares to knowing that you are making a difference in people's lives and in the world... and that you get paid well to do the work that you love.
There's also limitless potential in how far you can go as a coach.
While so many other jobs, professions and entire industries crumble in the face of digitalization, A.I and other outside forces and economic trends, coaching is going from strength to strength.
In recent years, the coaching industry has seen exponential growth and demand for coaches across industries and categories - health, life, business - continues to rise.
You can definitely benefit from this expansion when you're serious about upleveling your skills and when you make a commitment to becoming the best full-time coach and business owner you can be.
Over the next 3 days, reach out to a coach you know or send a message to someone in the Evercoach community (you can find a beautiful tribe of awesome coaches in our Evercoach Facebook group here).
Let them know you're ready to take the next step and you'd love to learn more about the challenges and benefits of full-time coaching.
Here are some questions you can use to kickstart your conversation with a coach:
- If you could go back to the day when you first started and offer yourself 1 piece of advice about being a coach, what would it be?
- What are some of the challenges I can expect as a new, full-time coach?
- How many hours a week did you coach when you first started?
- How did you get your name out there when you were new?
- What's the one big needle-mover that helped you grow your coaching business?
Don't forget to thank them for their kindness and their time and offer to support or help them in return!