There are a couple of things that will help you grow your business particularly then it allows you to grow yourself.

  1. Stop going out and looking for those one-on-one clients.

If you’re going to look for that single client all the time, it’s a lot of hard work. They’re hard to find. Stop doing that. You might say, “If I’m not out there looking for my client, what do you expect me to do?”

  1. Strategic alliances.

This is what you are expected to do: Look for strategic alliances. Strategic alliances are the people working with a community that you could also help. What you do is you go and add value to those communities and then you will attract clients from there.

Of course, you come from a giving place and you make sure you give to that community as the first and foremost.

  1. Nurture the relationships of your strategic alliances.

What you need to do is call your strategic alliances. How can I help you?

What’s going on in your world? How can I contribute and you nurture those relationships over time? You may not get clients from that community immediately, but what I want to say to you is if you go out and nurture relationships over a longer period of time, you will eventually become friends, end up doing business together or they we will refer you to people who you could do business with.

Here are the three tips:

  • Stop going and looking for the single client
  • Go and look for the Strategic alliances; and
  • Nurture those relationships

If you want to learn more about growing your business, come along to my Grow Your Coaching Biz Workshop.

It’s a three-day event. It’s on May this year and you can come live in person or virtually, if you’re somewhere around the world and you’re not here on the Gold Coast.

Click here: https://coaching.smjcoachinginstitute.com/

This is what works for me and my SMJ Master Coaches and the people that come through my Grow Your Coaching Biz Program.