How to choose the best business coach

I’ve written an objective (well, as much as I can be) guide to choosing the right business coach for you.
The Joy of Business
How to choose the best business coach
Julia Chanteray

How to find the right person to help you build your business

It’s hard enough to even think about getting some business coaching to help you develop your company. You’re busy keeping things going, and keeping yourself going, especially if your business isn’t doing as well as you really want it to.
And then, when you have decided that it would be a good idea to have someone to work with you to figure out the right way forward, and support you in developing (or completely changing) the business, you have to find the right person to help.
I know exactly what that feels like.
I’ve worked with several different business coaches over the years to help me move forward. And I know a lot of the coaches and their different ways of working. In fact, I’ve coached quite a few of them.

I’ve put together this guide, based on what I would look for, to find the best business coach for me. There’s a checklist of questions to ask, some thoughts around what to look for to make sure they have the right approach for you and your business.

I’ve tried to be as objective as possible, including pointing out where my style of coaching might not be the right one for everyone and why.

The guide is free, and I’ll send you some other tips and advice on running your business by email afterwards, as an extra bonus.

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