Becoming a Coach – Part 2

In this 3 part series, I talk with Liz Scott about becoming a coach. In part 2 I share: my top tips for growing your coaching practice how many conversations is helpful to have when you are starting out the importance of being good at what you do

Things I wish I’d known when I started coaching – Part 5

Things I wish I’d known when I started coaching Part 5: 3 elements to being a successful coach Full transcript: Ankush: And there are really three elements, I know Jamie Smart’s doing some Masterclasses with you, so some of this has been informed by him and we had conversations around this. But there are really three elements to being a good coach in my opinion. And the first element is, really really know what it is that you’re coaching, whatever method you’re coaching, really understand Continue reading →

Things I wish I’d known when I started coaching – Part 4

Things I wish I’d known when I started coaching Part 4: It will probably take longer than you expect Full transcript: Ankush: When I first started looking at this, and maybe this is just me, but I thought I would do a qualification, or I’d do something, and within 3 months, I would quit my corporate job and I would be coaching full-time, and what I really wish someone had told me, and no-one told me this, what I really wish someone had told me Continue reading →

Things I wish I’d known when I started coaching – Part 3

Part 3: What service is and what it isn’t Full transcript: Ankush: I love that you mention the word service because I’d like to talk about that a little bit. Because that was something that was really big for me in terms of what I thought service meant, what I thought I had to approach because my first thought was, I needed to be a good coach and I needed to sell. I thought there was a selling aspect, and what I realized was, it’s Continue reading →