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What To Do And Say When A Client Backs Out Of Working With You

Our Best Strategies For Dealing with Clients Who Change Their Minds The high of having a client say yes to financial coaching is thrilling. But if you coach long enough, you're going to have some of those yeses flip to "No, thank you." A client who previously said they wanted to work with you and was gung-ho to start after your last interaction could send you a message a few days later saying the opposite. Clients can change their mind. What's the best way to handle this? What can you say? How do you not let this letdown drag you [...]

By |2021-10-06T20:01:01+00:00October 6th, 2021|

Helping Your Client See Their New Financial Identity (Free Download)

How Having Your Client Reframe Their Financial Identity Can Lead To Greater Buy-In and More Progress When a client shows up to their coaching session and has completely fallen off track, this isn’t necessarily a sign that they aren’t committed. Oftentimes this is a sign of disconnect with their financial identity. It's a lapse between who they see themselves being today and who they want to be. Paying attention to money, planning ahead, and updating your budget to this type of client is just another “to do” they have to get through. Without a strong connection to the [...]

By |2021-09-15T20:26:31+00:00September 15th, 2021|

Best Free Financial Coaching Training | Our Top Resources for New Coaches

When you're just starting out as a financial coach, there's a lot to consider. That's why finding free financial coach training that is full of the best tips and resources around can feel like striking gold. It's the difference between conducting hours of endless Google searches and diving into content that feels like it was custom-made for you. And if you're a new coach, that probably feels better than wrapping up in your coziest blanket. If you're a coach who is at the start of your coaching journey, you have to decide who you want to coach. You need to [...]

By |2021-08-25T19:46:27+00:00August 3rd, 2021|

Join the Beat the Heat 21 Day Challenge

The time has come for ANOTHER 21-Day Challenge!!! If you've been around here for a while, you likely remember the last challenge we did in January. We're back this July to do it all over again with the Beat the Heat 21-Day Challenge. IF YOU'VE BEEN WAITING FOR REGISTRATION TO OPEN, CLICK HERE AND ENTER THE CODE FCU21OFF FOR $21 OFF THE REGISTRATION FEE. What is this 21-Day Challenge, you say? HERE'S THE SCOOP From July 12th - August 1st, you'll have several activities to complete which are designed to boost your business, confidence, and clarity with your coaching! Friendly [...]

By |2021-07-08T16:31:12+00:00June 21st, 2021|

A Financial Coach’s Summer Reading List, Updated for 2021

Our Favorite Financial Coaching Books It's that time of year!  Summer is here, and it's time to start getting your summer beach reads ready to go.  There is nothing better than sitting poolside in the warm sun and diving into a good book. While devouring a good Nora Roberts or James Patterson novel is a great way to spend the afternoon, we at Financial Coach Academy like to use the summer downtime to be students of our craft as well. We like to mix in some business and leadership motivation alongside the latest teen vampire series. Consider this your official [...]

By |2021-06-15T15:32:11+00:00June 14th, 2021|

Should I Put My Prices On My Website: Two Things To Consider

What to Ask Yourself When Listing Prices On Your Website By Kelsa Dickey When financial coaches ask me a question about should I or should I not do X for my financial coaching business, my answer is usually it depends. That response goes for the question of whether or not to put your prices on your website. It can be a good idea or a bad idea, and your yes or no response depends on where you are in your business and what’s best for your business growth. There are two main schools of thought when it comes to putting [...]

By |2021-07-08T16:26:21+00:00June 14th, 2021|

Financial Coaching a Client Going Through Trauma

How to Be There for Your Financial Coaching Clients (and Yourself) When Life Has Thrown Them a Curveball BY: JILL EMANUEL Today I want to talk to you all about supporting a financial coaching client during a crisis or trauma. Coaching isn't always about the celebrations or exciting financial goals. Don’t get me wrong. Those things are fun, and when those moments happen we celebrate them in a big way with our clients. But coaching deals with a range of emotions - the highs and the lows.  One of the benefits of hiring a financial coach for many clients is [...]

By |2021-05-25T22:00:45+00:00May 25th, 2021|

Making the Leap to Full-Time Financial Coach

How Much Do I Need to Make to Go From Part-Time to Full-Time Financial Coach? I was recently asked this question by a member of our Financial Coaches Unite group. A part-time financial coach who is currently helping friends and family members asked:  At some point down the road I’d love to make it a full time gig, but I’m wondering what I should expect to make per year in terms of revenue? I know every area of the country is different, but I’m trying to get a ballpark idea for planning purposes. As someone who started her coaching business [...]

By |2021-05-25T22:03:20+00:00May 12th, 2021|

Coaching a Caretaker | How to Help Financial Coaching Clients Who Want to Help Everyone Else (Free Download!)

Some people are givers, some are takers. And as you coach, you'll come across both extremes of people. Today, though I want to talk about the giver. Specifically the type of people who give and give and give. I call these people my caretaker clients.  Who is a Caretaker? A caretaker is someone who uses their time, money, and energy to assist their immediate family members, friends, or possibly even colleagues. They give a lot and cannot stop themselves from giving. It is their nature. But caretakers oftentimes do so at a sacrifice to themselves financially. Like most [...]

By |2021-03-26T21:28:33+00:00March 26th, 2021|

Setting Boundaries with Your Clients Even if You’re Only Seeing Beta-Clients

How to Set Boundaries with Your Financial Coaching Clients Here’s the scenario. A new coach is building her financial coaching business and trying to take on beta clients. She has eight people express interest in her coaching, and five schedule a discovery call. After the call, four express interest in financial coaching and being beta clients for a full coaching session. One goes MIA and won’t return calls or emails to book the session. Two book a session but then start to ask about pushing it back immediately after they are scheduled. The fourth one wants to book but not [...]

By |2021-03-04T21:33:42+00:00March 4th, 2021|
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