Secrets To A Multi-Million Dollar Personal Development Company Revealed
by Jean-Paul Cortes
(San Jose, Costa Rica)
How Will You Grow Your Coaching Business?
I'd like to introduce you to Vishen Lakhiani and his company Mindvalley. Perhaps you've heard or read about him somewhere. If you haven't, then you're in luck.
Because you're going to want to watch the video at the end of this post.
But first, I'm wondering if you're aware of something. And please pay special attention to what I'm about to say...
If you're a coach. Life, business, executive, it doesn't matter. And you're out there building a name for yourself. You, are an entrepreneur.
And you might as well start thinking like an entrepreneur. Because success in your career may depend on learning many skills typical of entrepreneurship.
As a self-employed person, eventually you will find yourself wearing many hats to sustain, grow and make a living as a coach.
And whether or not you realize it yet, you're going to have to learn the business of coaching on top of mastering your coaching skills.
Here's the thing, one of the greatest roadblocks for coaches today is lack of knowledge. Not of coaching, but of the business of coaching.
This is true for very particular reasons related to the industry but regardless, today more and more coaches are finding difficulty carving a place for themselves amidst a profession that has not really established itself yet, despite being around for quite some time.
Changing the way you do things. The way you do business.
But what does any of this have to do with you? Well, if you're like me, plenty.
At least in my experience, when I was building up my coaching business I ran across several sticking points. I had no idea what to do. I just knew I loved coaching but deep in my mind, I also knew that I had to think about creating my business. Heck, I wasn’t even certain of how to get my first client.
Now, I don't know about you, but I can readily identify that coaching is one thing and selling coaching is quite another ballgame. My coaching school didn't teach me a lot about this.
In fact, what my research tells me, and you may agree, is that you won't find many schools teaching you even the bare bone business skills needed to build a successful coaching business.
This brings us to what this article is really about. And if you recall, I asked if you've ever heard about Vishen Lakhiani and the company he's built: Mindvalley.
Vishen's story is fascinating, if you ever want to read into it. Today, his company Mindvalley is the largest personal development Internet publishing company and has the lofty goal of changing the lives of billions.
But this isn't what's important for you, at least for now. What is important is what Mindvalley has revealed.
Have you asked yourself how do people like Vishen, Richard Branson, Tim Ferris and other well known entrepreneurs got to where they are? Wonder no longer.
If you have a message to get out to the world, Vishen Lakiani is giving away his multimillion dollar company secrets.
Yes. Giving it away. I could not believe it either. Nor did I not believe that there was not a catch. But there wasn't.
And maybe you're still not at the point in your coaching career that you want to learn about marketing, sales, or building a million dollar business. But I can bet dollars to doughnuts that eventually you will need these skills.
So, take a look at this video and see you at the Hall of Awesomeness:
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