Career & Business

“I Have No Experience, But I Want To Be a Coach.” Here’s What To Do.

December 11, 2012

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First things first. YOU are amazing.

Thank you sooo much for joining the MarieTV birthday love train last week.

So far we have new friends watching from the Marshall Islands and Cuba, we had a valiant effort from Burundi, and our big surprise: Stephanie from McMurdo Station, Antarctica.

I have a funny feeling we’ll meet new friends from Tonga and Chad soon too 😉

Thank you again for this is a beautiful gift, and it could not have been achieved without YOU.

Now onto today’s episode.

Have you ever wondered whether or not it’s kosher to coach people on a subject you have no real-world experience in?

For example, say you’re deeply passionate about business and entrepreneurship and read everything you can get your hands on about it.

But . . .

You’ve never started or run a business of your own.

Is it OK to call yourself a business coach and expect people to pay you for it?

That’s exactly what we’re talking about today on MarieTV. I’ll share a surefire way to get the street cred and confidence you need, especially when you’re first starting out.

In the comments below, I’d love to hear from you.

What’s your take on people getting paid to consult on a subject they have no real world experience in — yet?

If you’re a coach or consultant, what did you do take your learning and turn it into credentials?

Please be specific and share your story in the comments below.

What you have to say may create a huge aha or, a major breakthrough for someone else struggling in this situation.

Thank you, as always, for tuning in and sharing your genius with our global community.

With so much gratitude and love,

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