“When I first read The Prosperous Coach, I was feeling spread too thin as a coach: with too many clients on short-term contracts, I felt like I was running faster and faster to stay in the same place, always needing to find new clients.
Now, I work with a handful of very carefully selected clients, helping them achieve extraordinary things. Instead of running around after dozens of clients, I can slow down and give a few special people deep and sustained attention. And I’m helping them achieve bigger goals than ever before.
Business has never been better, I’ve never been happier as a coach, and I have more time for important things like writing poetry and playing on the beach with my kids.
The best part about this approach? Your success as a coach is not dependent on marketing and sales gimmicks, but on your ability to serve clients so powerfully they never forget it.”