When is it time to hire a Business Coach?

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When is it time to hire a Business Coach?

Welcome to episode #23 of the Gentle Business Revolution podcast, the show where we talk about marketing your business by disrupting the current marketing paradigm. If you are a heart-centered entrepreneur who feels anxiety around marketing your business or you are tired of the traditional marketing model, you’re in the right place!

Today I’d like to talk about mentors and coaches. If there’s one thing I would do differently if I started over, I would be working with a coach earlier on in my business. I waited too long. I thought I couldn’t afford it. So I bootstrapped for many years, making all the mistakes. I don’t regret making the mistakes, it has definitely helped me become a better coach, but I do think my journey would have been much easier and less alone.

In this episode you’ll learn  …

  • When it is time to hire a coach
  • What questions you should ask before hiring a coach
  • How you can tell whether the coach has your same core values
  • Next week’s interview with my very own coach, Jenny Blake

Other links and resources mentioned in this episode:

The Gentle Marketing Revolution

The Gentle Business Revolution

Sarah’s Book List

Thanks for listening !

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Warmly,

Sarah