How to Become a Business Coach
How to Become a Business Coach

How My Business Coaching Practice Grew by Itself…During My 5-Week Vacation!

By on February 2, 2017

A few summers ago, I took a 5-week sabbatical to the Caribbean with my wife and kids.  During that time, I didn’t coach a single business coaching client–hardly even thought about business. I just relished the time I had with them and enjoyed the refreshment and adventure of being in a new place. Upon my return, I discovered something amazing: my business coaching practice grew by itself during my absence.

I mentioned this to a few of my business coach clients, and they wanted to know how I did it.  So I sat down with my friend and business partner, Michael Cody, for an in-depth conversation on what I did to grow my business coaching practice by itself while I was gone — and how you can, too.

So many coaches are under the mistaken impression that coaching requires you to be ON and AVAILABLE 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. The fact is, coaching is a lifestyle business–IF you have the right systems in place and have positioned yourself well with your clients.

This is a video from the archives, but the content is still every bit as relevant today as it was then. It takes you step-by-step through the entire process I deployed in order to grow my practice without me while I was soaking up sun on the beach.

If you’d like to know how to make business coaching a LIFESTYLE business that facilitates the dreams and objectives you have personally — not just professionally — I strongly encourage you to take some time to view this video now.  And when you’re done, why don’t you sign up for a FREE 30-day trial of the Coaches’ Coach system…the exact system I used to grow my practice to the point that I could take this extended vacation! Enjoy!

Eric Dombach

About Eric Dombach

Eric Dombach is the Founder of Coaches’ Coach. In 2001, he founded a business coaching firm that, by 2005, was generating more than $1 million USD in revenue, 23% operating profit, and average annual growth rate of 140% per year. In 2005, he sold the firm to 4 of his employees for $1 million U.S. dollars, generating a return on capital of more than 800%. Since then he has trained more than 1,300 independent and franchise business coaches in the United States, Canada, Mexico, Europe, and Australasian markets.