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3 Steps To Turn Your Side Hustle Into Full-Time Coaching

3 Steps To Turn Your Side Hustle Into Full-Time Coaching
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    You have been coaching for months
    or even years as a side hustle.
    You're super passionate and ready
    to go full-time into coaching,
    but you don't want to do anything stupid.
    Rings a bell?
    Then you've come to the right place.
    Let me hit you with some knowledge.
    Hi, this is Ajit Nawalkha and today
    I'm going to share with you
    three simple strategies on how and when
    to transition from a part-time to a full-time coach.
    There are so many coaches that give up their dreams
    because their businesses never took off.
    But it's not because they weren't good.
    The truth is that many make the mistake
    of quitting their jobs as soon as they discover
    coaching to try it full-time.
    It's then that they realize
    starting a coaching business from scratch
    without any other source of income
    is not a sustainable way to live,
    especially if you have a family
    or obligations to respond to financially.
    If this is your current situation,
    you're not ready to become a full-time coach
    or else you'll be looking for other ways
    to get some extra cash every month.
    Do you have any special skills?
    I do.
    I do voices.
    We've come to this planet looking for intelligent life.
    Oops, we made a mistake.
    We're happy to be in America.
    Don't ask for green card.
    So, avoid this mistake and get on
    the right track from the start.
    This is your starting point to
    begin inviting clients,
    building your reputation,
    and growing your coaching practice.
    Here are three strategies that will
    set you up for success from day one,
    so you can rapidly turn your side hustle
    into a thriving full-time coaching business.
    Your first strategy is mastering your skills.
    It's impossible to build a thriving coaching business
    when you're not the best coach you can be.
    It's almost like wanting to become
    a professional singer when your pitch
    is all over the place.
    Stop! Stop the madness!
    So before you think about quitting
    your day job and becoming a full-time coach,
    make sure you've mastered
    your coaching skills
    and methodology first.
    Understand the core coaching principles
    and practices, so you can create
    great results for clients over and over again.
    Commit to learning everything you can
    about becoming an extraordinary coach.
    Enroll in coaching courses,
    read great coaching books,
    attend weekend seminars and retreats
    where you can network and
    learn from like-minded people.
    When you do this, you will see
    your skills will improve quickly
    and you'll start to build an awesome reputation.
    This is one of the fastest and most powerful ways
    to create a long wait list of eager clients
    and lifelong fans and followers.
    The second strategy is to cover your basics.
    And by basics, I mean your minimum income.
    So many new coaches get so pumped
    about coaching, they quit their day jobs
    without even figuring out
    what is the minimum income they will need to survive
    and how many clients or how many
    coaching hours that translates into.
    The higher your expenses,
    the higher your responsibilities,
    the higher your minimum income is going to be.
    This could work if you're already an expert coach
    and you can pay your bills having a few high-end clients.
    But if you're just starting,
    you'll be needing to coach around the clock
    just to get by.
    You'll eventually feel tremendous pressure and stress
    to keep going even when you're drained and depleted.
    So make sure you take care of your basics first.
    Follow the four steps.
    First, while keeping your full-time day job,
    calculate what is the minimum income you need
    to live for yourself and for whoever else
    that depends on you.
    Second, coach in your spare time
    and get as many coaching clients you possibly can take
    while working on mastering your skills.
    The third step is to get more experience
    and start increasing your prices
    until your part-time coaching
    reaches your minimum incomes target.
    And lastly, do this for three months or more.
    If you see that your coaching income is consistent
    and always either at par or slightly higher
    than your minimum income target,
    then you are ready to transition into full-time coaching.
    The third strategy is to build your network.
    Did you know many new coaches struggle to find clients
    because they don't realize that their current network
    is already a pool of potential clients?
    Clients are everywhere.
    God, it's beautiful.
    The coaching industry is growing
    and coaches are in more and more demand
    every single day.
    So, from the first day you start your side hustle,
    you want to focus a bit on learning
    how to become visible in this crowded marketplace.
    Make this one of your priorities and
    understand how to craft a personal brand
    and establish your authority.
    Learn how to pick a niche and market yourself
    so you will be seen, heard and trusted
    by the right people.
    Leverage your current full-time job and environment
    to make connections and build your authority
    as a coach.
    It will help you build rapport quicker,
    sign more coaching clients faster,
    and hone your coaching skills,
    which will eventually skyrocket your coaching business
    and allow you to have a smooth and successful
    transition into full-time coaching.
    Now I want to give you a bonus tip here.
    This is something that most world-class coaches follow
    and honestly, it's a truth bomb you have to remember.
    Don't rush it.
    Slow down, crazy, slow down.
    So many new coaches feel the pressure
    to go full-time in just a few months,
    but focusing only on how quick
    you can build your business will eventually
    backfire on your plans.
    How many car accidents happen because people
    speed up trying to make it to their destinations faster?
    Way too many to count.
    This unnecessary pressure will make you
    start cutting corners.
    You will use bad hacks and risky shortcuts
    where you shouldn't.
    You'll take on clients who aren't right for you,
    charge prices that don't reflect your worth,
    and cut back on your ongoing learning
    and development as a coach.
    This will block you from coaching at your best
    and it will damage your reputation.
    The faster you try to get to full-time status,
    the slower your progress.
    Don't crash and burn your coaching business.
    Take a deep breath and turn it down a notch.
    Drive a little slower.
    Focus on sustainable success,
    not quick wins.
    So, what do you think?
    Are you ready to transition into full-time coaching?
    I would love to hear your thoughts
    in the comment section below.
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    And hey, thank you for watching
    and have a phenomenal day.
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