Why people need you as their life coach? People need constant guidance with the things they do and the major life decisions that would come their way. Today's mode of living is getting faster and faster by the second; and a lot of individuals are finding it hard to catch up. I’m talking about setting up your own life coaching business. But it’s more than just a business; it’s an amazing opportunity to bring out the best in people and help them achieve their purpose in life. Best of all, people pay you massive fees to do just that. Isn’t this incredible?
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no content, structural thoughts or research behind the writer's point of view nor insight. I did not learn anything from this book. it was just rambling and more rambling.
a john c. maxwell book
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does not address the subject... questions or probes are left without real informative content
the worse purchase on audible ever
I expected this book to live up to its title but unfortunately it did not. The book describes the world of Coaching in a broad, non-specific way. This is acceptable for those who have never heard of this profession before. However, it is not useful for practicing Coaches looking to improve on their abilities. Making a six-figure income with the contents of this book seems like a pretty improbable event to me.
No valuable techniques here, just a broad description of the world of Coaching.
Title of the book is not faithful to its content.
The fact is that most life coaches today do not earn incomes that they can support themselves on. Author greatly simplifies process for becoming a coach. Some of his points sound more like DONT'S than DOs, for instance early on he recommends coaches get an office wih a receptionist (big unnecessary expense) but then goes on to say all the money is to be made by coaching on the Internet. In addition, the author sounds cheesy.
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