This is a PSA for any business owner who is thinking about getting a business coach. πŸ›ŽοΈ

About 7 years ago, I got a business coach to focus on getting enterprise-level clients.

He told me something that stood out and I was just thinking of how much impact this one thing had. πŸ™…

And that was that if I wanted to get enterprise-level clients, I would need to get an in-person office. ❓

Keep in mind, to date, my business has been 100% remote. πŸ‘ˆ

The biggest thing I’ve learned from that business coach was that I needed to know my values and have a flexible schedule. I need to be able to work from 9 to 3 daily so that I can pick up my kids. I would add 10 hours of commute time a week with an office, which was non-negotiable. πŸ–οΈ

Are Business Coaches Worth It – Part 2

Okay so fast forward to part 2 about having a business coach and knowing your values.

That business coach told me to get enterprise-level clients I had to have an office.

Well, guess what? πŸ€”

I didn’t get an office, but 3 months later I got my first enterprise-level client three months later. πŸ’ƒ

Know your non-negotiables, know your values, and do it your way.

Has anyone ever given you advice that just didn’t work for you? 🀯Join the conversation on my LinkedIn post about business coaches.