There has been a boom in the professional coaching industry recently and it’s easy to see why. The number of people now joining the workforce and taking entrepreneurial initiatives has surpassed the number of each of these we’d see in the past by a large amount. This could be owed to cultural changes (where women have become more than just “home-makers”), advancement of technology, and easier ways to earn startup money.
Of course, this is good news for professional and career coaches who would want a larger pool of potential clients to look forward to. However, when it comes to competition faced by others coaches, it can be quite challenging for even a trained and highly professional coach to build his business from scratch.
One of the best ways to ensure that you’re moving forward rather than stunting your growth is to avoid the four biggest mistakes life coaches make. Here’s what you need to watch out for: