It is the topic of wealth that helps wealth coaches have more fun. This is because wealth coaching involves helping people achieve and deal with wealth. It is not the same as being a financial coach, and the difference is more than just semantics.
Be Smart and Take a Lesson from a Friend of Mine
I have a friend who is a PhD-level psychologist. I won’t go into the details except to say that he is extraordinarily well credentialed. Basically, within the field of psychology, he can work with any conceivable client group. He has chosen to apply NLP to help his clients become sales superstars. One day I asked him how he picked successful sales people as the group to work with. He said “Simple. I picked them over troubled couples and the mentally disturbed because they are always up-beat. They are cooperative and grateful for the help I give them. And they always have plenty of cash to pay me!”
This Choice Will Set the Tone for Your Practice and Your Life
Who are your target clients? Is it just a matter of chance? Do you work with a group of people because you feel sorry for them? Wise up and make a choice. All coaches, including wealth coaches, can do a lot of good. But not all coaches will be uplifted at the end of the day. And not all coaches will have a successful business that will support their families and pay their bills.
Wealth Coaches Can Have IT All
Like my friend, wealth coaches can decide to work with successful people who want to become superstars. These people are generally willing to listen and learn. The wealth coach can help them breakthrough barriers that are holding them back. They can provide the guidance their clients need to achieve the most ambitious goals. They can also provide the life balance coaching that will help assure that their clients arrive at their wealth goals with families intact. And the wealth coach has the opportunity to be highly fulfilled and well paid in the process.
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