How to Show Up for a Coaching Membership
You have finally made the big step to invest in yourself and your business by signing up for a coaching membership.
hings are going great in the beginning. You’re showing up to every coaching call, you’re completing the monthly trainings, and you’re collaborating with other members.
But then your business picks up, you’re drowning in the amount of work you have to do, and your coaching calls are starting to take a backseat.
I get it. It’s tough to juggle everything, but it’s important to remember that you are also a priority. So, here are three tips on how to navigate a coaching membership.
Commit to the Cause
Before you get overwhelmed in the amount of work you need to get done or the projects you have to do, mark the coaching call times on the calendar beforehand, so you don’t miss a live opportunity to chat. Get to know other members and listen in on coaching topics designed to help you grow. Treat yourself like you would treat a client. Set aside time in your calendar to do the things you need to do for your business to succeed.
Often, business owners get caught up in their work for other people, and their own business falls to the wayside. Don’t let that be you. You’re just as important as your client, so make yourself a priority and commit to your new coaching membership. You will thank yourself later.
Show Up For You
Your coach may give you all the tools, but it’s up to you to do the work. It’s like the old saying goes, “you can lead a horse to water, but you can’t make them drink.” You have to be willing to put in the time and effort to make your business the best it can be. If you’re stuck, feeling insecure, unsure how to apply it to your product or services, I challenge you to ask for help from your coach or other members. That’s why they’re there. There’s no shame in asking for help. You do what you have to do to turn your business into a successful one, so show up to the coaching calls because you will benefit from them.
A community develops from supporting one another and helping each other grow. If you have feedback or maybe a solution you’ve used before – chime in and help your fellow members. Mark a 15-minute window a few times a week where you can intentionally pop into the Facebook group, browse what’s going on, offer some support, or ask some questions you’ve had on your mind. More than likely, other people in the group have the same concerns or questions that you do. You’re there to receive support just as much as you give it, so help support fellow members who may be feeling a little lost in their entrepreneurial journey.
You get out of a coaching membership as much as you put in. Make it a priority to keep up with the program because it genuinely can benefit you and your business if you stick with it. A lot of times, the people who don’t see any change are the ones who stopped showing up for themselves. It takes discipline and consistency, but your business is just as important as the next. Continue to show up for your coaching membership each month like you did when you signed up.
If you feel like you’ve been in business too long, and you’re still not reaching your goals, send us a message on Instagram. Let’s talk about what we can do to change that. I’ve been there, and that’s why I developed these systems and strategies for the Creative Boss Society. It will give you the tools to reach your new goals quickly and a pace you can manage.
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