For years, I rented an office in the nicest neighborhood in my city and ran my coaching business in-person, meeting with clients face-to-face. This was a great way to ramp up my business, but it got to the point where I didn’t want to be stuck in an office all day long. Instead, I wanted to be a location-independent coach and work from anywhere … and with anyone around the world.
If you want to travel, set your own schedule, or just have the freedom to do what you want, when you want…you’ll want to become a location-independent coach to. Check out this video to figure out the essential tools you need to get started.
In this video, you’ll discover:
- The essential business tools you’ll need to take with you when you travel
- How to stay connected with your existing/future clients
- What type of marketing is best when you’re a location-independent coach
- The most important thing you’ll need if you want to consistently land new clients
This video was originally published on the International Coaching Federation blog. Click here to view the original post.