How to Start Your Own Coaching/Consulting Business
- Narrated by: Teg Gray
- Length: 57 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 02-12-13
- Language: English
- Publisher: AudioLearn
If you are a smarty-pants on any topic, you may find yourself with money, freedom, and a great career...
...In just a few months! Finally tell your bosses you won't be needing their services any longer.
Hundreds of thousands of people make a living doing one thing and one thing only...
...Telling other people what to do.
Right now, you get up early every day. You survive the commute to your work. You take orders from someone else - and then you get a paycheck.
One that's probably a lot smaller than your boss' check - even if you know a lot more about what's going on than he or she does.
But you know what? If you've taken the time to learn your trade... If you've gained experience in the real world...
You may be able to find people who will PAY YOU to tell them what to do. In fact, they probably need your help, badly!
Consultants and coaches are everywhere. And there may be nothing stopping you from starting your new life as one. You just need to know where to start.
How long have you been at your job? Are you good at what you do? Could you help other businesses that are just starting out get up to speed?
Then you are a qualified consultant! And of course, that's only one way to share your knowledge.
How to Start Your Own Coaching/Consulting Business is my-well researched, audiobook that you can download in mere minutes. It will tell you all the insider tips and tricks that will get you started on a benefits-filled path in a career as a consultant or coach.
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Customer ReviewsMost Helpful
By Justin Whitesides on 22-08-17
sucked how is this unabridged?
literally took me 15 min to listen to and was confusing and very ambiguous. do not recommend
By dahill on 02-05-16
Basic and Boring
This book gave a slightly expanded description of coaching and consulting. The narrator sounded was too formal and machine sounding for my taste.