Coaching has become a thriving industry, and is showing no signs of stopping as more and more entrepreneurs look to coaches to help guide them towards their goals. A good coach can act as a sounding board, an accountability partner, someone to help you reach your peak performance among many other things.
Joining us to talk about all things coaching is author and coach, my good friend Dan Miller. Tune in as we talk about what it takes to be a great coach, how to put yourself into the business, and the difference between coaching coaches and entrepreneurs.
We also get into Dan’s own story and how coaching became his main focus, what are some of the biggest issues that coaches face when serving their clients and what he means by “to sell something is to sell enthusiasm”.
This conversation touched on a wide array of subjects – coaching, sales, launches – that will have you taking notes like mad. Join in for another fun and informative episode of Youpreneur FM!
“If three people ask me the same question, I create a product to provide a solution”.
Dan Miller, founder of 48Days.com
Essential Learning Points From This Episode:
- Dan’s four-step process when it comes to listening to his audience.
- Why it’s counterproductive to pitch your product without identifying your audience first.
- Why you need to give your audience an opportunity to connect with you before they pull out their wallets.
- Why building rapport and trust is key to being seen as a viable coach.
- Chris and Dan talk about selling and product launch fatigue.
- Much, much more!
Important Links & Mentions From This Episode:
- Dan Miller’s Website
- Dan Miller on Twitter
- 48 Days to the Work You Love
- Coaching with Excellence
- Coaching Mastery
- Dave Ramsey
- Jeff Walker
- Mark Victor Hansen
- John Lee Dumas
- Pat Flynn
- YOUPRENEUR – Our New Mastermind Community is LIVE!!!
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