Working with a business coach one on one doesn’t always prove to be the most affordable, especially when you’re just getting started, but it’s a necessary component to the success of your business.

Just think about it, when you first formed your LLC one of the first things that is mentioned by your attorney or your preparer is to see the advice of a business adviser, which is nothing more than a coach.

But if having a business coach is such a necessary thing, why are they so hard to come by financially for start ups, and the answer is short.

Coaching is very time consuming for the coach.  While your meetings may not be that often, the investment that a GOOD coach makes in professional development to ensure they are at peak performance for their clients does not come cheap.

Great coaches invest in great coaches, just like universities invest in great professors, and if want the best often times there’s a steep price tag that comes with it.  But not to worry, most great coaches understand this and make their products in smaller doses much more available for the audience that may not be able to afford the one on one services just yet, and most times that’s either through self guided courses or group masterminds.

In this broadcast I go through the benefits to working with coaches in a group environment and how it can help strengthen your business until you can afford the one on one experience.

If once you’ve listened all the way through, you’re ready to get into a group program that will set you up for success as it relates to building your online brand, then I would highly encourage you to check us out over in The Social Lab!

Be sure to let me know what you think in the comments, I’d love to hear some of your feedback in how you think the group environment can benefit your business.


Kae Whitaker
Kae Whitaker

Kae is the founder of Kae Whitaker Media Group, a boutique digital marketing firm located in Katy, TX.

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