Coaching Success – Charge What You’re Worth

Sometimes, to get better results in your coaching business, all you really need is a mindset shift. So many life coaches make a less than stellar income, and their mantra: “How do I get more clients?” rolls around in their heads continuously. Eventually, that focus builds more scarcity than prosperity.

Some wise person said: “How we do anything is how we do everything.”

It’s true. And I say:
How we think about anything is how we experience everything.

When you set your coaching fees and tell prospects about them, give yourself the advantage of a powerful mindset as a solid foundation for your success.

Integrate these Four Power Concepts together to charge what you’re worth.

Coaching Fees – From Fumbling to Finessing the Money Conversation

Have you ever choked when it came time to tell a potential new client your coaching fees? It’s embarrassing. And it could be a factor in why they felt uncomfortable with your fees or didn’t hire you. But don’t worry. You can turn the tide on this problem with just a few shifts in your mindset and approach.

Fear about asking for coaching fees stems from learned beliefs about money and self worth that don’t serve us (or anyone else) even though they hold sway over decisions that involve money and how we value our time. As a coach and business owner, this is a grand opportunity to shift those outmoded beliefs and habits. And, charging what you’re worth allows your ideal clients to invest in your coaching services and to value themselves more highly.

If you want to increase your coaching income, start by learning how to have powerful and effective “money conversations” and begin dissolving scarcity issues related to money for good!

Use these three tips to go from fumbling to finessing the money conversation with coaching clients.