People ask me all the time: “Do I really need a business coach?” And my answer usually surprises people. There are plenty of great business coaches out there—but there are also a lot of bad ones. This is more my thoughts on the industry rather than individual coaches. It’s important to be discerning about who you get help from in your business and have clarity on what you actually need.
I’m going to share tips on when you should and shouldn’t have a business coach, what to look for, my personal experience working with business coaches, and what I thought was worth it or a total waste.
In this episode, you’ll hear…
03:01 - The problem with business coaching
08:08 - A story about learning along the way
13:14 - When business coaching is helpful
17:50 - Why I don’t work with coaches and what I do instead
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