STARTING WITH COACHING

What It's All About

Working with a business startup coach is all about:

  • Laying out clear goals and measures of success

  • Identifying a clear and profitable niche or target market

  • Considering potential pitfalls and opportunities for learning

  • Identifying, questioning, and testing assumptions

  • Making concrete action plans and creating accountability

  • TAKING YOUR BUSINESS/IDEA TO THE NEXT LEVEL!

How We Get Started

The first step is to have an open conversation about your business or your idea, about your goals, what's holding you back, and about what it's going to take to make things happen. 

During this strategy session, we'll figure out what kind of coaching makes the most sense for you, what kind of commitment it will take, how budget comes into play, and what the next steps are. Learn more about the coaching process below.

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The Coaching Process

STRATEGY SESSION

ARTICULATING YOUR VISION

one of the most critical steps is clearly defining and describing your vision for both personal and entrepreneurial success

STARTUP ASSESSMENT

together, we will do an in-depth assessment of your situation and your startup or idea to identify critical strategic opportunities for development

MILESTONE DEVELOPMENT

we will establish your first key milestone, criteria for success, and lay out an action plan to make it happen - it's my job to help you get there!

EXECUTION

this is about getting the work done between sessions, using the insights, actions, and resources identified

REVIEW & NEXT MILESTONE

during your next session, we will go over your progress, assess any challenges encountered, and make a plan to reach the next milestone

What It Costs

A successful coaching engagement requires both financial and time commitments. It is critical to be focused during coaching sessions, and to take action between sessions to move towards your goals. The financial commitment can vary depending on the situation and frequency of sessions, but a typical monthly investment falls between $350 and $400.