Business Experts Combine Forces to Help the Coaching Industry

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Many life coaches are leaving the profession as the result of low income and lack of business knowledge. Top coaching leaders are dedicated to providing a no cost business skills program to reverse this trend.

Twelve top business experts are presenting their best ideas for business growth as part of an initiative to help the coaching industry in the form of the Easy Biz Telesummit: Summer School for Coaches. The event will be held online at no charge for coaches from July 11 to 14, 2011. Both life coaches and executive coaches are working with fewer clients than ever and many are struggling; life coaches with less than 3 years experience earn less than $20,000 annually according to the 2011 Coaches Earning Report. The Easy Biz Telesummit will provide top level business information to allow more coaches to raise their income and stay in the field.

The line-up of business experts donating their time to this cause include Michael Port, author of the New York Times bestseller,The Think Big Manifesto; Andrea J. Lee of Thought Partners International; Ellen Britt, founder of Marketing Qi; Janet Slack of Solopreneur.Biz; Christian Mickelsen of Client Rush; Viki Winterton, founder of the Coach Exchange; Kim Clausen, of Ready2Go Marketing Solutions; Rhonda Hess of Prosperous Coach; Michelle Schubnel of Coach and Grow R.I.C.H.; Garry Schleifer, editor of Choice magazine; Laura Berman Fortgang, author of Now What? and Living Your Best Life; and Jeff Herring, the Internet Article Guy.

Hundreds of coaches have already registered to learn more about what it takes to stay in business as a coach. Each speaker will be addressing what they learned the hard way in growing their own coaching business and how other coaches can benefit by focusing on the strategies that have been shown to work. Each will give their best advice to coaches who are struggling by providing tips on how to make a coaching business run more profitably and with less work.

The International Coach Federation reports that partnering with a coach helps individuals set better goals, take more action, make better decisions, and more fully use their natural strengths going forward in life. Individuals who engage in a coaching relationship can expect to experience fresh perspectives on personal challenges and opportunities, enhanced thinking and decision-making skills, enhanced interpersonal effectiveness, and increased confidence in carrying out their chosen work and life roles. The Easy Biz Telesummit is expected to have an impact on thousands of individuals by assisting coaches to increase their skills in business.

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