How to Become a Business Coach

The Coaches’ Coach vs. Business Coaching Franchises

By on November 1, 2019
Why should you consider the Coaches' Coach vs. business coaching franchises? Eric Dombach breaks down the differences so that you can make the right choice.

Thinking about getting into business coaching?

If you’re considering a business coaching franchise, I’d urge you to consider the Coaches’ Coach instead.

Don’t get me wrong, I’m obviously biased, but would you allow me to make the case anyway?

After all, if you’re about to sign for a business coaching franchise, that’s an investment of hundreds of thousands of dollars.

Isn’t it worth it to get a second opinion? To explore other ways of building the business coaching practice you’re dreaming of?

Here are three reasons you should give us a serious look…

A 15-Year Foundation of Research and Development

First, our system is built on the foundation of more than 15 years of research and development in the field of entrepreneur innovation and business coaching best practices.

Our system brings you the best of the best. We’re constantly exploring the field of entrepreneurial innovation, reading all the books, and attending the seminars and training events–so that you don’t have to!

We know what it takes to become a successful business coach because we’ve helped hundreds of coaches do just that.

Our approach is data-driven and proven effective.

Stay Free to Use What Works

Most of the business coaching franchise and licensing deals out there are built on a single big name. We believe that the systems based on a single person’s brand are inherently limited because they’re based on the work of a single thought-leader.

Here at the Coaches Coach, we consider ourselves tool agnostics. We don’t require you to use the business coaching tools and systems of just one big-name thought leader.

In a business coaching franchise or licensing deal, you’re often limited to promoting the ideas of just one person. We think the world is much bigger than that and you should be free to adopt whatever works…and reject what doesn’t.

In a business coaching franchise or licensing deal, you're often limited to promoting the ideas of just one person. We think the world is bigger than that and want to be free to adopt what works...and reject what doesn't.

Community, Coaching, and a Constantly Updated Members-Only Library

In our members-only site, you’ll access recordings of live training sessions, PowerPoints, audio presentations, videos, templates, spreadsheets, documents, and more.

We regularly provide for our members exclusive webinars and training sessions with thought leaders in the business coaching such as Vern Harnish, Michael Gerber, Karl Bryan, Taki Moore, and many more.

Every time we add a new product to our suite of business coaching tools, you get it for free if you’re a member. We have a help desk that’s active 24/7 where you can get your questions answered. And, we have a thriving membership community gathered a “private” Facebook group where you can make connections, ask questions, and develop relationships with fellow business coaches.

Plus, you have the opportunity to opt into a one-on-one coaching relationship with a Certified Coaches’ Coach who banks a minimum of $200,000 per year and can show you the ropes.

Most business coaching franchises don’t offer all of these perks.

Intrigued but not convinced?

Dive deeper.

For a more in-depth comparison of Coaches’ Coach vs. business coaching franchises — as well as a comprehensive guide to what you should keep your eyes out for when considering a business coaching franchise — check out our FREE resource, The Business Coaching Franchise Buyer’s Guide.

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.

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