Your Coaching Business Plan – Take Your Coaching Career To The Next Level

How do you write a great life coaching business plan? There are a billion resources detailing how to write goals or take your coaching career to the next level, most of which are fine, but what you really need is to give yourself time to focus on your life coaching business plan. If you are serious about making this year a turning point in your coaching career, here a few tips that will help make a difference no matter what strategy you choose.

You Need 24 Hours Dedicated to Working on Your Life Coaching Business Plan

The most important life coaching business plan tip is to give yourself a full day to plan. Not just an hour. Not even half a day. Smaller time blocks can be easily wiped off the face of the planet with a small emergency. An afternoon can also be easily whittled down to a half hour of scattered thoughts. That’s not going to give you a quality future for your coaching career. Give yourself 24 hours.

Create Your Life Coaching Business Plan in a Different Environment Away From the Usual Distractions

The other key aspect to making the most out of your life coaching business plan time is to get away from your usual environment. Get away from your usual distractions and conversations. Creating a powerful life coaching business plan that is powerful enough to take your coaching career to the next level is going to take focus. Daily distractions like the internet and the phone take away from your focus; and that’s power that is lost.

In your usual environment you think about how you usually think. If you want to take your coaching career to the next level, the same thinking that got you where you are will not get you to the next level. If you create your life coaching business plan in your home or usual workplace, you’ll tend to repeat what happened in the past. So get yourself to a different place. Find a nice area outside your usual town, even if it’s only a half hour away. Find a place to stay the night. Maybe drive to a bed and breakfast or campground. Go to sleep somewhere else and when you wake up start your day.

If You Give Yourself 24 Hours and Distance From the Norm This Can be the Best Year of Your Coaching Career

You’ll be amazed at the power that getting some distance from all the things that usually stop you can have on developing a powerful life coaching business plan. Give yourself this gift. Set yourself up to make powerful changes in your coaching career by creating an optimal planning environment. And have a very happy new year!

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Colette Seymann
JTS Advisors Bi-Designated Strategy and Accountability Coach

7 Answers You Need Before Writing a Business Plan for Health Coaching

Having a business plan for health coaching is essential before you open a health coaching practice. Every business needs a plan, and health coaching is no exception.

 Business Plan for Health Coaching

Business Plan for Health Coaching – Dmitriy Shironosov ©

Before You begin Your Business Plan

Before you start composing a business plan for health coaching, you need to gather some information. Some of that information can be found through research and some can be found by asking yourself some probing questions.

You need answers before you begin. Having the right answers to the right questions will help you create a more relevant and comprehensive business plan.

7 Answers Before Writing a Business Plan for Health Coaching

  1. Know who you want to serve.
    What is your target market? What groups or types of people do you want to coach? Figuring out your niche is crucial to your success as a health coach.
  2. Know what your mission is.
    Every business plan needs a mission statement, and you should develop one before you start putting your business plan on paper. A mission statement is a formal summary of the aims and objectives of the business. This is the answer to the question: Why does my business exist?
  3. Know what your vision is.
    A vision statement is an aspirational declaration of what a business seeks to accomplish or achieve. It’s a forward-looking statement of where you want the business to be in one year, five years, or ten years. This is the answer to the question: Where is my business gone and where do I want it to be?
  4. Know your values.
    What values guide your business? Most coaches will put down the common values – honesty, integrity, ethical conduct, etc. However, it helps to take some time to think of values outside the normal – innovative, creative, passionate, transparency, accountable, focused, and more.
  5. Detail your marketing genius.
    Okay, many coaches are not marketing geniuses, but all coaches have to market. Every business plan for health coaching must include answers on how the practice will be marketed. Some will hire others to market for them – that’s fine, but all promotional efforts should be measured and assessed. These answers should be included in the very important marketing section of the business plan.
  6. How will you use the Internet?
    Every business owner needs to understand the online world, and every business plan for a health coach must provide some answers on how the coach will use a website, online marketing, or social media to push their business forward.
  7. What outcomes will you have for your target market?
    This might be the most overlooked section of the business plan for health coaching. But, if you don’t have the outcomes your clients seek, you won’t be coaching for long. It is imperative to write down the ways you will help your client find outcomes health coaching is about helping clients lose weight, eliminate bad habits, learn new healthy habits, begin exercise programs, and overcome any physical, mental, or emotional obstacles that prevent them from living healthy lifestyles. You need the answer to their questions, and you should take time to think about these solutions before you write a business plan.

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Fred Philips
Business Coach
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