Why should we bother producing content? Surely our profound website and gift for networking will do the trick… What makes a good relationship? Love. Conversations. Listening. Being Yourself. Having Fun. Compassionate Reflection. This, therefore, is the key ingredients to Content Creation.

When you’re marketing your coaching business, done beats perfect. By which I mean, when it comes to producing your articles, blog posts, podcasts, etc. if you’re continually striving to create the so-called Perfect PostTM, then you’re wasting your time. That’s hard to accept for some, especially if you like everything to be just right. It’s time to focus less on getting it right, and more on getting it out there.

Not everyone learns in the same way. As a coach marketing their services, seeking to showcase your expertise and reliability to a target market, you can’t afford to ignore the fact that how people like to absorb information differs, according to one of four broad preferences. Why is this a potential problem? Because if you always market the same way, using the same method (the one you’re most comfortable with, no doubt) you’re only engaging a fraction of your potential audience. But don’t worry, reaching more people, broadening your appeal, isn’t a huge or complicated task…

You’ve probably heard of TikTok, but you might not know what it is, or be too embarrassed to ask your kids.
In this blog you’ll learn more about what TikTok is, how it’s used and why it might be useful for your coaching business in terms of creating engaging content.

Are you feeling that most marketing advice is simply not going to work for you? Are you fed up with hearing overhyped promises? We are too and that’s why our vision is to change the conversation around marketing. Enough noise, hype and hustle. It’s time to switch it up and talk about ethical, empathetic human-centred marketing.

How do you feel about marketing yourself to prospective coaching clients? Are you (even a little) nervous, uncertain…? Most people don’t like the idea of putting themselves, or their business, out there. It often feels daunting to explain or justify what you do… especially in front of a camera! If you feel in need of more confidence when selling and marketing yourself, read on for three practical steps that will help you put yourself out there and feel better about doing so.

When time is so precious, clever marketing is about recycling your content. If you have been inspired to post something somewhere, there is nothing whatsoever wrong in re-posting it on other channels. The key is understanding the channel and moulding your content for that platform.

We all have to start somewhere. If you look at any successful brand or personality, it’s quite helpful to remember that they also had to start somewhere*. So, let’s break this down… and get your first blog written.