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162 | What's Next?
Welcome to the 162nd episode of the Profit For Coaches podcast. The rumors are true. This is the final episode, at least for the foreseeable future, and in this form. But I'm happy to have you here. Today I'm going to talk a little bit about what comes next. For me, what might come next for you, and tell you one more time just how much I appreciate and believe in you."Take a deep breath, and congratulate yourself for even wanting to do this work." — Jos Willard This week on Profit for Coaches:* The vision and purpose behind the Profit For Coaches podcast.* The significance of connecting with other coaches and sharing experiences.* A heartfelt thank you and farewell to the listeners.* The upcoming community initiative and its benefits.Our Favorite Quotes:* "I have absolutely appreciated having the opportunity to be here, sit in this chair, speak in this microphone for the last three years and share my perspective."* "If you are a do it yourself person... everything you need to do that, you can find in these episodes."* "Take that next step. And know that I will always be cheering you on and wishing the absolute best for you.
I Believe in You
I think that you, as a coach, have an incredible gift to offer this world, to offer your clients. I believe that you can make a significant difference in the world by starting with your world and the people that you are meant to serve and called to serve. The most important thing for you to take away from this episode is that I believe in you, and I am grateful to have had you here. Whether it's been one episode, or all 160, thank you. "You are an amazing human being. And I am grateful that you are here on this planet." — Jos WillardThis week on Profit for Coaches:* A heartfelt thank you to you, our listeners and supporters.* A reflection on the journey of Profit For Coaches over 160 episodes.* The recent evolution of the coaching industry.* The future of the Profit for Coaches brand and the Profit Flow method.Our Favorite Quotes:* "I believe in you. I support you. I am here for you."— Jos Willard* "the coaching industry is something that is going to be forever changing."— Jos Willard* "I still think that there's a ton of folks out there in the online world that don't understand what coaching is."— Jos Willard
We're Coaching Coaches - with Candy Motzek
"That is for me, the heart of coaching. A conversation where somebody gets some clarity... and then they're ready to go and do something with it." — Candy MotzekThis is my friend Candy Motzek, who I think is going to be an amazing help for those of you who are just getting started in your coaching business. Candy is an author, a podcast host, and quite frankly, a business coach for life coaches.Candy helps smart people start successful coaching businesses. She helps her clients get unstuck and feel more confidence and clarity so they can play bigger, sign clients, and create more meaningful success. She's a "recovering" corporate executive and engineer who combines practical strategy and mindset in her calming unique approach.And today we talked about all kinds of stuff in her business and got a lot of great advice from her on what you as a coach can do to help get your business moving forward. It's a great conversation, I really enjoyed it, and I hope you will too.This week on Profit for Coaches:* Candy Motzek's transition from corporate executive to life coach.* Navigating the challenge of pricing and valuing coaching services.* The difference between being a "nice person" and a professional coach.* The significance of training and skill development in coaching.Our Favorite Quotes:* "Coaching transforms lives, and being a coach is a calling." — Candy Motzek* "I've seen people call themselves coaches when they just happen to be nice people who like people."— Candy Motzek* "For me, there's a respect for the coaching tool set." — Candy MotzekConnect with Candy Motzek:* Candy Motzek's Website - StepIntoSuccessNow.com (https://stepintosuccessnow.com/)* Candy Motzek's Podcast - She Coaches CoachesOn Apple Podcasts (https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/she-coaches-coaches/id1527473940)On Spotify (https://open.spotify.com/show/6ysdzca1YEWOFsrpSxzNJA)* Candy Motzek on LinkedIn (https://www.linkedin.com/in/candy-motzek/)* Candy Motzek on Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/candymotzek/)* Candy Motzek on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/candy.motzek/)* Coach Candy Motzek on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/CoachCandyM/)
Energetic Alignment - with Marc and G
Today's episode is one of those episodes devoted to bringing you connection to someone who is devoted to helping you make your coaching business better. Our g...
What's the problem with simple? A lot of people will tell you that the problem with making something simple is that simple can't handle complex situations or complex problems. It's actually not the case and it's not really the point. The problem that we have with simple is that quite often we equate simple with unimportant.And then those simple things that we have set up to help make our business run, get treated as though they're unimportant. And the next thing we know, our business is a complex mess again. Welcome to the program. Today we're gonna talk about simple problems. Enjoy the episode."The problem with keeping things simple is that simple things seem like small things, and small things are easy to move aside." — Jos Willard This week on Profit for Coaches:* The impact of boredom on successful business owners* How to keep yourself engaged when everything is simple* The pitfalls of automating your business without a plan* New resources specifically for those of you working towards consistent $10K months!Our Favorite Quotes:* “"Everything you need to build a solid coaching practice, you can get that just by going back and listening to the episodes of this podcast." — Jos Willard * "We need our businesses to be simple if we want any kind of a life outside of our business." — Jos Willard * "Once we have the business simplified, you've created the freedom for yourself to go, oh, what do I want to focus on?" — Jos Willard * "It's actually one of the biggest challenges that successful people have. They build up something big, and then they get bored." — Jos Willard
Balancing Purpose and Profit - with Rajeev Kapur
157 - Balancing Purpose and Profit - with Rajeev KapurIn this conversation, we get to see the perspective of someone who's
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Thank you Jos!
Jos is an amazing coach dedicated to help other coaches be more profitable in their business. I love how he brings together the Profit First principles, Book Yourself Solid®, and all his coaching experience. It was a pleasure to speak with Jos on how coaches and consultants can leverage LinkedIn to attract high-value clients.