Launch Your Coaching Business In 2022

Silvester Jacob  •  Dec 3, 2021  •  2 min read

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Launch Your Coaching Business In 2022

The New Year is a great time for new beginnings. Whether you completed your certification a long time ago or you are currently undergoing coach training, you might be wondering how to get started as a coach. How do you position yourself as an authority in the field? How do you attract clients that are a dream to work with? What are the logistical issues that may come up in this unfamiliar territory? All of this can be new and overwhelming for a coach trying to figure out how to start their own coaching business. Shyam Sadasivan wraps up his trilogy on starting a coaching business from scratch in this webinar.

learn from Shyam as he shares his experiences and learnings as a coach. He sums it up into 10 parts which is fun and easy to remember.

Learn about:

  • how to find your niche
  • landing your first client
  • few tips for LinkedIn
  • the importance of having and using your support network
  • importance of having and maintaining a digital footprint

Webinar: Launch Your Coaching Business In 2022

Like to listen instead? We have a podcast!

This session is also available as audio-only on our podcast. Listen below or find Coach to Lead wherever you listen to podcasts.

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Silvester Jacob

Silvester Jacob is part of the marketing team at Coacharya, where he majorly works as a video producer He has experience working as a videographer and photographer with various multinational companies and has partnered with various agencies for different marketing and advertisement campaigns.


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  1. Amazing 60 minutes … Lot of good thought provoking insights which is not only applicable for coaching per se but is equally relevant if you somebody is planninf or in the course of starting something new and create an impact
    Thanks for organising this ad thanks to Shyam – you were brilliant