2020 Day 21: Surfing Universes – Life Coach – 60 Needs that Healers Have

I’m on the bus traveling Hwy 17 to Santa Cruz. It’s been a day of physical traveling and I have found that when physically traveling, it’s also easier for me to travel dimensionally to different universes. Over the last few days I have noticed a nearby universe in which I’m a life coach. One event that I noticed was I reached out randomly to someone who had sent me a marketing email and asked him if he wanted to do a trade. During the exchange, he asked me to send him a link to my offerings and I realized that I didn’t have such a link. That was my first feeling of the universe where I’m a life coach. I then made a decision to start creating such a website and tried to feel into what my offerings were. I signed up with bluehost.com to host my new WordPress website. As I tried to imagine what was on this website, I got a call from a friend who wanted help listening to their phone marketing pitch. For an hour and a half, I acted as a life coach for my friend. During the call, I even had the chance to work on my phone pitch as I gave her an example of how I would have done the call.

Earlier when I was on the plane flying from Austin, I found myself journalling about these events and I began planning my life coaching business. My target market for life coaching is anyone in a healing profession. I brainstormed a list of common needs that these people have:

  1. Creating a plan for a successful business that is measurable and achievable, given their resources;
  2. Identifying their desired target market to which they wish to offer products and services;
  3. Identifying the products and services that they wish to offer;
  4. Determining the value to their market of their products and services;
  5. Determining the price to charge for their products and services;
  6. Determining how to let their target market know of their offerings;
  7. Building their customer list as efficiently as possible;
  8. Having a work/life balance;
  9. Determining if/when to hire/outsource employees/contractors/vendors;
  10. Determining if/when to partner with outside investors;
  11. Finding affordable health care insurance for themselves and their employees;
  12. Saving money for retirement;
  13. Taking time off without disrupting their business/practice;
  14. Keeping track of income and expenses for tax and business purposes;
  15. Continuing to learn best practices in their field;
  16. Knowing when conferences, events, festivals, workshops, and speakers of interest are happening around the world;
  17. Being part of a professional community that can support one another;
  18. Managing computers, phones, internet, mail, and website;
  19. Having a social media presence;
  20. Finding a place to work – private office, shared space, home office;
  21. Investing their profits and earnings into their business, life, and future;
  22. Developing communication skills;
  23. Developing negotiating skills;
  24. Understanding borrowing money options and risks;
  25. Understanding how self-employment can have an affect on relationships;
  26. Knowing when to engage in bartering and trading with other service providers;
  27. Staying focused and productive;
  28. Working remotely;
  29. Storing and backing up content and digital business records;
  30. Search Engine Optimization;
  31. Attracting the first, first 10, first 100, and first 1000 super customers;
  32. Understanding options for online store fronts;
  33. Growing into higher self through personal development;
  34. Knowing when to quit or pivot or stay the course;
  35. Understanding the challenges and benefits of bringing on equal partners;
  36. Understanding how to minimize taxes through legitimate expenses;
  37. Passing on the knowledge they’ve learned to others;
  38. Being as successful in life as in work;
  39. Avoiding legal and liability problems – contracts and ethics;
  40. Successfully mixing friends and business;
  41. Serving clients with authenticity;
  42. Being productive, organized, and efficient;
  43. Knowing how to deal with clients when you are sick or injured;
  44. Quitting your “day job” to focus on building your passion business (including the importance of saving up before you quit);
  45. Picking a beachhead for your initial target market;
  46. Determining the features of your minimal viable product/service;
  47. Understanding the costs, benefits, and process of hosting free webinars and online classes;
  48. How to determine pricing and whether to offer sliding scales or discounts;
  49. Dealing with unsatisfied customers, refunds, and customer service in general;
  50. Building online and local communities around your products and/or services;
  51. Writing and publishing a book;
  52. Live streaming and podcasting;
  53. Understanding free advertising options;
  54. Understanding paid advertising options;
  55. Protecting your intellectual property through copyrights, trademarks, trade secrets, and patents;
  56. Developing your brand;
  57. Creating your logo, business name, and business cards;
  58. Managing email and phone lists and outreach;
  59. Offering retreats; and
  60. Having fun!

Author: J. Sands Loch

Student and teacher of reality in all its forms. I self-published my personal experience of discovering and trying to understand and use a model of reality based on the Many Worlds Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics: Surfing the Multiverse: Finding Happiness One Universe at a Time Available on Kindle and from Amazon, and found in blog post form at: SurfingTheUniverse.com

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