Feel like you have to hustle your butt off to get more clients?
These days, it can seem like being “just” a great coach isn’t enough of a sell.
Not only do you need to know your stuff and be a natural “people person,” but to market yourself properly, you’re also supposed to figure out a unique coaching niche, define your brand, keep up with research, and regularly post polished, compelling content—on whatever platform is trending at the moment.
No wonder so many coaches feel overwhelmed and confused about the whole marketing thing.
(Not to mention icky. You don’t want to have to promise abs in eight days just to get some eyes on your business!)
Fortunately, there IS a way to market yourself effectively—using YOUR strengths, YOUR message, and on YOUR schedule.
Take fitness and nutrition coach Tia Smith.
Tia’s a 38 year-old coach living in metropolitan