A Business Coach will encourage the implementation of proven best-practice systems, strategies and action steps that will actually grow a business. Coaches help set direction, and provide feedback, tools, guidance and perspective. They’re also the accountability factor, which we find to be the thing most business owners need—someone to help them stay focused on their goals with business coaching.
Effective business coaching absolutely has the ability to transform your business. A Business Coach is someone who will watch you and get you to your best. According to data from the Department of Commerce, 4 million new businesses start in the US every year. 80% fail within the first five years. 80% of those fail in the next five years, and now in the Year 2020 the chances of survival are bleak. That means only a 4% chance of success.
A great coach asks the right questions in the right moments. And a great business coach has the courage to be honest with you. They understand that you need to hear the truth or pause and reflect before you jump into action.
Focusing on developing, marketing and selling products and services that people actually want to buy is a great coach. Business Coaches help real business owners grow real businesses as a result of discovering breakthroughs and implementing proven best-practice systems and processes, many of which are often too complex and difficult to implement without proper coaching and mentorship.
Uncover and easily move past mindset blocks, receive accountability toward your goals, and know that you have someone in your corner as you face the challenges of growth.