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Hello. My 26 year old niece, Lara, wrote me the following and I would be grateful for any input, advice, recommendations, etc. I will direct her to this thread.
I want to become a life coach. Currently I'm offering health coaching services in order to raise money to pay for the training I want through the Bulletproof Training Institute. I've already been coaching a few people (for free to test out my skills) and am going to ask them to write a comment / review to put on my facebook, blog, and website. I really enjoy the health side of coaching the most, though want to improve myself through learning life coaching skills.
I think she has a great start!
what are a few of the things that set you apart from other coaches? Do you want to focus exclusively on health/fitness? Understand that even if you are doing health and fitness there is a lot of personal life dynamics that are involved as well.
What is the typical range for coaches doing what you do? What are you planning on charging?
This is where I would start if I were coaching you Lara. After these questions are answered you can move onto answering deeper questions.