6 Keys to Becoming a Successful Online Personal Coach

Are you a personal coach who wants to move at least part of your business online and become an online personal coach? If so, it’s not that hard, but it does take a little knowledge, work, and patience. If You’re Not Already Online, Why Not? Are you coaching online yet? If not, it’s time you moved your business into the 21st century. Here are a few benefits of becoming an online personal coach: Flexibility. It’s more flexible for you, and more flexible for your clients, and that … [Read more...]

The NFHS Level 1 Coaching Certification

The NFHS Level 1 Coaching Certification is a national professional credential offered to anyone who aspires to become a high school sports coach or to individuals already in the coaching profession. Individuals who earn this certification have demonstrated their ability to complete coaching courses offer by NFHS. These courses enhance coaching ability, teach new skills, and ensure that coaches are better able to meet the needs of their clients. Coaching young athletes is about much more … [Read more...]

Meditating on Mindfulness Meditation Coaching

Mindfulness meditation coaching can be incorporated into any type of coaching practice. Every client can reap benefits from discovering the power of mindfulness and meditation. By learning how to be a mindfulness meditation coach, you are adding a powerful tool to your coaching toolbox. What is Mindfulness? Mindfulness is a way of stepping away from the habitual, routine events in life. It’s a way of becoming more aware of your thoughts, feelings, and sensations. Mindfulness can be an … [Read more...]

How to Become an Online Fitness Coach Without Working Too Hard

Do you know how to become an online fitness coach? It’s fairly easy to find the necessary steps online. Perhaps you want to start a new career, or perhaps you want to move your fitness coach business online. Either way, when you become an online fitness coach, you want to be smart about it. Some Fitness Coaches Work Too Hard Fitness coaching is a great gig, but some coaches work too hard. They keep squeezing more and more clients into their time, working long hours, and never taking a … [Read more...]

Don’t Forget to SCRIBE as Part of Your Miracle Morning Routine

SCRIBE is an integral part of SAVERS, a miracle morning routine that provides you with six habits or rituals that can improve your daily morning routine. SAVERS stands for: Silence – meditation, breathing, prayer, etc. Affirmations – encouraging words you tell yourself to help you achieve your goals, overcome your fears, and achieve your purpose. Visualization – imagine yourself doing each task or step needed to get things done. Exercise – it doesn’t have to be a long session at … [Read more...]

How to Make Your Clients Brains 7 Years Younger With Meditation Coaching

Meditation coaching is not some new-agey, guru-type teaching that is only for monks and aging hippies in flowing robes. It can be a useful tool for anyone and everyone. It can be successfully incorporated into a life or any other coaching practice as an additional tool to help your clients find happiness and contentment in their lives. Oh, and it can help your clients’ brains become 7 years younger than the brains of people who don’t hire you as a coach. Make Your Brain Younger Remember … [Read more...]

3 Coaching Training Activities For Groups

There are hundreds, perhaps thousands of coaching training activities. Many of the work great for individuals while others are perfect for group coaching. In this article, we’ll discuss of a few of the top coaching training activities for group coaching. Why Use a Coaching Training Activity? When training coaches, it should be all classroom and lectures. Coaches need knowledge to become good at their craft, but not all knowledge is obtained by reading a book, watching a video, or listening … [Read more...]

A New Niche to Consider – Non-Profit Executive Director Coaching

Here’s a niche you probably haven’t thought of – non-profit executive director coaching. In an effort to bring you new ideas on how to narrow your target market in order to focus your marketing on a smaller yet receptive audience, I bring you this potential niche – non-profit executive director coaching. What Does an Executive Director of a Non-Profit Do? Though a non-profit organization is different than a for-profit business, there are often many similarities in structure and task … [Read more...]

My Money Coach TV Station

Not that anyone is going to let me run a television channel, but if I could put together my own Money Coach TV station, I have a lengthy list of ideas about the programming. I Want My Money Coach TV An early slogan for the music channel, MTV, was I Want my MTV. So, to borrow a phrase, I Want my Money Coach TV. I’m not sure why there isn’t already a channel focusing on money coaching. There are many business channels on cable – CNBC, Fox Business, and others. There are also many business … [Read more...]

Management Coaches are the New Executive Coaches

What are management coaches? Though I don’t believe there is any set definition for a management coach, it is probably best to describe them as a combination of an executive coach and a leadership coach. An Executive Coach is a Leadership Coach It can effectively be argued that an executive coach is a leadership coach, and it can be said that to be a successful executive coach, you need to coach leadership. So, in essence, an executive coach is a leadership coach. To make it more … [Read more...]