You know that we love to respond to questions from people who are thinking about becoming life coaches as well as seasoned life coaches.
A recent question had to do with the number of allies (our word for client) a life coach should take on.
Here it is specifically…
I’m thinking about becoming a life coach and I’m wondering how many clients I can take on at one time. Do you have any thoughts or recommendations on this?
I wrote a post on this very subject of Life Coaches and Client Load recently…
But since this is a common question, I wanted to let you know that we’re going to be digging into this subject in more depth… this week.
So this week… watch for posts:
- on schedules
- coaching client organization
- ideas on how to set your rates (which has an impact on coaching client load)
- other concepts that will help you to make this decision for yourself.
So be on the look out for those posts.
Also, if you have questions about life coaching… questions about the industry, questions about strategy, questions about how to become a life coach… what ever. Please let us know. We’d love to hear from you. Just email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Also, if you have ideas or opinions on this issue of “Life coaching client load,” we’d love to hear them. Click on comments and join in the conversation!
In the meantime, keep dreaming big and helping others to do the same,
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