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Finding a Personal Business Coach

Some Simple and Effective Ways to Find the Right One


A personal business coach is someone who is dedicated to helping you succeed at business. People who seek out a business coach are usually those who are self employed and want to succeed, or people who are in management and leadership roles at their company. The problem is, a business coach will only be effective if you find the right one.

So, how do you go about finding a personal business coach that will be helpful? There are a few things you can do to make sure you have a good experience. Here are some of them:


Know Your Personality

A big part of finding a personal business coach is working with one who not only knows your personality, but understands how to work with it effectively. Before you look for a coach, evaluate what your personality is. Think about what unique challenges and benefits your personality will present.

Free Session

It is hard to know if a personal life coach will work for you until you go through at least one session or a half session. A good coach will offer a free consultation or session to their new clients. They understand that in order to know if the sessions will work for you, you need to become familiar with their coaching style.

Get Referrals

Another good way to find a personal business coach is to ask other business owners and professionals if they know of anyone. When you get personal recommendations, you can get their opinions and feedback. This can increase your chances of finding someone whom you want to work with.

Directory Listings

A quick search on the internet for personal business coaches will reveal a vast number of people to work with. But, this can be a good start to narrowing down your search. Each business coach has their own area of focus. By simply visiting their website, you can at least get a rough idea if you will work well with them.

Speak to Current Clients

Once you find a few potential business coaches, try to find some of their clients to speak with. You want to get a feel for their coaching style. This is a good tactic especially if you’ve worked with coaches in the past. You could at least know what you are looking for.

Some Useful Articles:
Self-Coaching Tools - Go to the goals and motivation main page

The mind's response to goal setting - Read how the mind responds to a goal

Life Coaching Services - Our Life Coaching home page

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