You’re a coach who is confident and well-trained in the skills of your coaching practice, but do you feel just as skilled in building your business? For many coaches, the skill set required to transform lives does not overlap with business savvy. Lucky for us, we have people like Jayne Warrilow in the world. Jayne Warrilow is the founder of JW International, a global coaching and development company with a focus on resonance as the key driver of individual and organizational success. She is one of the world’s most exclusive business coaches and her clients are by invitation and referral only. Jayne has worked with CEOs and Senior executive teams around the world, best selling authors, trailblazing coaches, entrepreneurs, thought leaders, millionaires, and people who simply want to make a difference. An expert on business and leadership, Jayne specializes in helping coaches build conscious, seven-figure businesses through her new brand Coaches Business School.
Today, Jayne will help us think through how we do our business by giving us the tools to build a sure foundation. Her systems and strategies are practical and geared towards our uniquely competitive industry. Yes, we have a few difficulties ahead as we learn how to set ourselves apart from the pack, but that is exactly the type of challenge Jayne is skilled at handling. Are you ready to dive in today? Listen to get started!
More in this episode:
- Jayne shares her current passion for helping coaches balance the business with their incredible life-changing skills.
- Statistics show us a decline in revenue for coaches, even though the industry is thriving.
- Strategies you can use to make yourself stand out in a competitive market.
- Giving a particular audience clarity with Jayne’s best practices.
- The 2 Things Your Business Depends on.
- Choosing prices based on perceived value.
- Why we struggle with profitability.
- Systemic changes you can make to increase your profits and grow your business.
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