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

Client Signed At $1,250 Per Month By Business Coach

By on March 1, 2009

I hosted my first seminar on February 4th and personally invited business owners who had not yet agreed to a Complimentary Coaching Session.  We went through the “5 Steps to Freedom” presentation using the “Stunning Seminars” method which went great.  I booked four Complimentary Coaching Sessions at the conclusion of the seminar and two more after the event.

One of the seminar attendees agreed to have a “strategic partnership” meeting with me, but as the meeting proceeded the feeling totally changed and it became a CCS. The owner said that he has been thinking about coaching every day since the seminar! I reinforced how much untapped potential I see in the business and how together we will have the opportunity to make it even more successful. It’s a family owned printing and graphics shop with revenues around $500k per year. They saw the need for coaching as they have no clear Tactical Marketing Plan, USP and Guarantee, or Strategic Plan. I signed them up for coaching and left with a check for $1,250 per month. We agreed that this introductory rate will be for six months after which time we will review their program and move them up to $1,750 a month out of their additional net profits.  The owner told me the next day that he felt like the first 3 chapters were written just for him.  I am very excited to work with this client as he is ready and eager to learn!

Dusty C., Business Coach, USA

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.