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If you’re like most other business coaches, you’re an experienced entrepreneur who can not only talk the talk... but walk the walk when it comes to building and maintaining a successful business.
And like so many others with your level of expertise, you possess a genuine desire to help other business owners become successful and have their dreams fulfilled.
What gives what you have to offer a struggling business owner a great deal of value, is your willingness and practice of being hands on.
In other words, when someone seeks you out, and or secures your services, they are not tapping into an anonymous internet persona or a text book.
But rather, they are gaining access to a living breathing business professional who generously gives them your time, talents, advice and proven expertise.
A client is a recipient of all of your experience and business know-how. And if that isn’t enough, they also receive it in a customizable fashion, tailored to meet their specific needs and goals.
However, just like numerous other business owners, it’s not uncommon for many business consultants to have difficulty scaling their operation.
The good news is...in this special report you can discover the ways and means to do exactly that, and do it simply and easily.
The following detailed steps will guide you.
What is Your Niche?
Step number one is... decide what your niche is.
Are you a big-picture individual who wants to focus on all areas of your client’s company...?
Or do you want to be a specialist and zero in on a specific department of a business?
Maybe you’re a sales wizard. Or you could be brimming with expertise in the areas of finance or securing joint ventures. Perhaps like the president in his former life, you are an expert at ‘The art of the deal”.
Only you know the answer to this... so you will have to decide.
But let’s use the practice of law as an example.
An attorney who practices law as a generalist, earns considerably less than a lawyer who specializes in, let’s say...personal injury law.
There’s a considerable difference between a generalist and a specialist
By specializing, you are perceived as someone who has, and can delve deep into your well of knowledge and offer solutions to obstacles and pressing issues a generalist cannot.
This kind of expertise is looked upon as having greater value than what would normally be possessed or made available by a lawyer who dabbles in many areas of the law.
Next, you need to look inside yourself and ask the following two questions:
Ponder your skill sets, acquired knowledge, and hands-on-experience. Then ask and decide what is the number #1 problem you can solve for your clients?