Review: How to Become a Business Coach eBook Reveals Work-at-Home Opportunity for 6-Figure Income

Review: How to Become a Business Coach eBook Reveals Work-at-Home Opportunity for 6-Figure Income

NOTE: Special thanks to our colleague Jonathan Goldhill for his candid review of my new ebook, How to Become a Business Coach! Enjoy!

If you’re looking for a rewarding 6-figure career you can operate from the comfort of your own home, look no further than the newest ebook from business coach Eric Dombach, called How to Become a Business Coach.

This well-written and informative ebook takes you into the exciting world of business coaching, an industry that is increasing at 24% each year. Most business coaches work from home, helping small business owners increase their revenue with common-sense business strategies.

When I started Business Coaching Riches, I was a little skeptical. I’d seen a few too many work-at-home opportunities promising huge paychecks — but that simply failed to deliver.

But How to Become a Business Coach is completely different.

As a successful business coach myself, I can tell you that How to Become a Business Coach provides practical, step-by-step guidance on how to open a legitimate business coaching firm — from setting up your home office to marketing to landing your first business coaching clients… and then, of course, how to coach them.

Best of all, How to Become a Business Coach doesn’t try to convince you to become a business coach if it isn’t really for you. Dombach is totally honest when he says it’s NOT for everyone, and his ebook will help you make that determination for yourself.

I loved how fast-moving and well-written it is. My favorite part is when Dombach explains exactly how he went from making $30,000 a year as an associate pastor to $30,000 a month as an at-home business coach. Whether or not you decide this is the career move for you, the story of his financial transformation in and of itself is worth the price tag on the book.

Finally, I was amazed at how much useful information there was for beginner and veteran business coaches alike. I found myself making notes for thins I could improve in my own business! I’ll tell you this, if you’re considering starting your own home-based business as a business coach, this is a must-read. If I had this book six years ago when I started my practice, I would be much further along today.

For more information or to secure a copy, click here!.

ABOUT THE REVIEWER: Jonathan Goldhill has been consulting, coaching, and training small business owners for more than 20 years. He has worked with companies large and small to increase revenues and profits, freeing business owners to become more effective in their personal lives. He urges business owners who are ready to break through their obstacles to visit him online at http://marketingcoachla.com.

HOT TIP: How to Promote Your Upcoming Seminar via LinkedIn

HOT TIP: How to Promote Your Upcoming Seminar via LinkedIn

Today I noticed that one of my clients and business coaching colleagues, Alan Sartain, is promoting his upcoming seminar called: “How to Supercharge Your Sales and Profits Even in Todays Economy” via “LinkedIn Events” which is a pretty cool use of this business coach marketing channel.

Thought you might enjoy learning a bit more info on how you can do this for your upcoming events. First, check out Alan’s actual invitation here.

To set up a LinkedIn Event for something you have coming up, just log in to your LinkedIn account. Then click on “More…” Check out this screenshot.

From there, setting up your event is pretty straight-forward. Click on “Events” and then “Add an Event”. Again, a screenshot.

After you’ve set up your event, you’re ready to go through your list of Connections and invite them to your event…

Enjoy!

Former Business Coaching Franchise Executives Identify Top Franchise Opportunity for 2010

Former Business Coaching Franchise Executives Identify Top Franchise Opportunity for 2010

Renowned industry leaders announce the release of an exclusive 77-page report, The 2010 Business Coaching Franchise Buyers Guide: Everything You Need to Know About Buying a Business Coaching Franchise.

January 27, 2010 — Former business coaches and business coaching franchise executives Eric Dombach and Michael Cody recently announced the release of their new 77-page report, The 2010 Business Coaching Franchise Buyer’s Guide. “As in any business, there’s a lot of risk in buying a business coaching franchise,” said Dombach. “We hope to help eliminate some of the nasty surprises that can befall the unsuspecting consumer.

Subtitled “Everything You Need to Know About Buying a Business Coaching Franchise,”

Renowned industry leaders announce the release of an exclusive 77-page report, The 2010 Business Coaching Franchise Buyers Guide: Everything You Need to Know About Buying a Business Coaching Franchise.
Dombach and Cody — who have spent the last eight years recruiting business coaches into a total of four of the world’s most prominent business coaching systems — promise that the report will be an eye-opener for anyone considering a business coaching franchise.

Dombach and Cody are no longer associated with any specific business coaching franchise system, and decided the time was right to share a candid, behind-the-scenes perspective. “Without a doubt, this is the most comprehensive compilation of information on business coaching franchises ever gathered in one place,” Cody said. “Our objective was to show readers what’s really going on when you’re in discussions with business coaching franchise executives.”

Business coaching is an exploding billion-dollar industry, with growth rates between 18%-25% each year (MarketData Report, 2009; The Economist, Sept. 2008). Dombach said that many prospective business coaches turn to franchises to take some of the pressure off establishing a system and brand of their own. “Franchising allows you to leverage other people’s time and resources and tap into an established, proven system,” Dombach said. “It’s the reason I decided to buy a franchise when I first cut my teeth as a business coach.”

In fact, Dombach quickly catapulted to international acclaim as a business coach, earning numerous awards and building a 7-figure coaching practice from 2001 to 2005. In 2005, it sold for $1 Million USD. From 2005-2009, Dombach consulted with and rendered professional services for four of the world’s most prominent business coaching franchise systems. Likewise, Cody is an accomplished 6-figure business coach and formerly worked as a business coaching franchise executive.

However, Dombach warned that while franchising can be an effective way for business coaches to break into the industry, there are pitfalls. “As in any business, there’s a lot of risk,” Dombach said. “Michael and I wrote The 2010 Business Coaching Franchise Buyer’s Guide in the hopes of helping folks understand what they’re getting into when they buy a business coaching franchise. We hope to eliminate some of the nasty surprises that can befall the unsuspecting consumer.”

The 2010 Business Coaching Franchise Buyer’s Guide is a unique, compelling look into the world of business coaching franchises — and a must-read for anyone considering buying a franchise as they venture into the industry.

For more information or to secure a copy, visit https://mycoachescoach.com/franchise-buyers-guide.

Running a Six-Figure Practice in a Few Short Months

Running a Six-Figure Practice in a Few Short Months

The Coaches’ Coach has been a lifesaver for me, and my coaching business. I hired TCC at one of the lowest points in my business. The life and spark to grow was just not there. I almost didn’t hire TCC because I had wasted so much money on other “experts” who provided little to nothing of value. Thankfully, I was able to put that fear aside. My coach, Eric Dombach, was patient and persistent in helping me push beyond my past and break free from limitations. With his help, I have transformed from a struggling coaching business doing a few thousand dollars a month to running a six-figure practice in a few short monthsI would not have been this successful this fast without my coaches’ coach. If you are a coach who wants to grow, you must hire Coaches’ Coach!

Josh M., Business Coach, USA

First Business Coaching Client Signed at $1,500 Per Month In Just 3 Weeks!

First Business Coaching Client Signed at $1,500 Per Month In Just 3 Weeks!

I just signed my first client for $1,500 per month! It’s a non-profit beer company. I initially set up a meeting with the owner, a friend of mine, with the intention of getting some good leads and connections as she is extremely well connected with business owners. As she continued to ask questions about the coaching process she stopped and said, “As I’m thinking about how to help you in your new business it’s clear to me that the best way is for me to become your first client so I can tell everyone how great you are.” How unexpected, but thoroughly thrilling! I couldn’t have asked for a better client as she is looking to expand the distribution of her beer into the mid-west and add another product line. So, we’re definitely going to have some fun.  And to make this even more rewarding all of the profits go to charities that help the working poor, children and homeless.

Buffie B., Business Coach, USA