But every time you think past the delights of freedom, and flexibility and the satisfaction of helping others, to the nitty gritty of putting together the systems, the knowledge and the finer skills that you just know will be essential to making a go of it, it all looks too hard. And so you put the dream aside and go back to the job.
If You Did Go Coaching, What Could You Realistically Expect to Gain?
Hi, I’m Peter Rowe, the MD of ProfiTune and I made just the transition we’re talking about above, back in 2000. It’s been an interesting journey to say the very least, and a steep learning curve, but I can assure you that if you are prepared to do what it takes to gain the knowledge and systems to combine with your experience and intelligence, it can be hugely rewarding journey in many ways.
Some of those rewards you can quite reasonably anticipate are:
- Deep personal and professional satisfaction from guiding your business clients to improve their performance, their profitability and, as a result, their quality of life.
- A very high and very satisfying professional level of income, a primary driver of which will be your existing business knowledge, skills and experience.
- The lifestyle that a coaching career affords you: You choose your hours; you choose your clients; you choose your workload; you choose your specialty; you choose your income.
- The personal and professional growth that you will experience as a natural effect of your coaching – which will change you – forever and for the better.
Where To From Here?
I recommend you take a look at the information provided on the two levels of training that we provide: