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30 | 5 Smart Steps to Building Your Part-Time Coaching Business

“How do I build a part-time coaching business?”

You’ve solved a problem in your life and you’ve been toying around with the idea of start a coaching business while spinning around in circles at your corporate work desk or pulling your hair out in boredom at home while you’re piled under endless amounts of laundry and sippy cups dreaming about starting a new career that sparks joy.

Well my friend, if you are ready to start doing meaningful work and to positively change lives as a coach, stay tuned because in this episode of the online business clinic I’m sharing 5 smart ways to build your part-time coaching business.

It can be stressful to think about how you are going to do it and still make enough money to live, and you’ve probably wondered if it’s really possible to do both.

I’m here to tell you, it is!

A common fear that often times holds us back from taking action is thought it must be all-or-nothing, but that simply doesn’t have to be the case when it comes to business building.

Now I get it the idea of venturing off on your own to start a business can be equally thrilling and terrifying. Potentially walking away from steady pay, 401k, health care benefits, etc is nerve wracking.

I get it, I’ve been there.

But when it comes to building a health coaching business you don’t have to blindly jump in with both feet and hope that you float. You can do it in baby steps. In fact, I encourage this. There’s no need to kick your corporate gig to the curb just yet.

I get that you’re daydreaming about being your boss, and you will be if you’re willing to do the work. But you don’t have to do it at the expense of losing your benefits and steady paycheck.

The truth is, it takes money to build a business. So if you can start building your coaching business as a part-time side-hustle consistently, you’ll be winning - BIG TIME!

I won’t sugar coat it, working a full-time job and building a part-time business won’t be easy, but if you truly wish to have created and financial freedom in your life, it is worth it.

It all comes down to your personal goals, desires, needs, preferences, circumstances, and priorities.

Once you’ve had success with your coaching practice, you can decide if you want to turn it into a full-time gig, or c