If you are a small business owner, entrepreneur, or information marketer, adding a training aspect for your business is a great thing to do … If it’s suitable for you (that means you have interest in training) and if you match your business model ,
There are many entrepreneurs who are not interested in coaching. You may not want to make commitments and emotional connections to other people and their business, or maybe it doesn’t match the way you run your business. You always have to run your business in a way that suits you, and in the most reasonable way for you.
There are emotional aspects that come with training that you must consider. Training is more than just a strategy and marketing business, because there are emotional commitments and connections that you make with people. Training requires truly digging into someone’s business and makes a difference. It knows them and what makes them beat, and what excites them, and then helps them turn it into a successful business strategy.
It’s not something that feels comfortable or wants to take. There are many successful business models that do not include any coaching in it and they remain very profitable for their owners.
Another thing you have to remember when coaching is even though you are involved in other people’s business by providing guidance and helping them achieve success, you are not responsible for their business. You are their mentor and you have responsibility as a coach, but you are not personally responsible for them or the success of their business.
You can make recommendations and give them guidance, but in the end they still have to apply and implement the things you recommend to achieve success in their business. The success of the client’s business is not your responsibility. In the end the client is responsible for their own business.
Sometimes, when you are involved with people and care for them, and their business, you lose that view, and be responsible for every small thing that doesn’t work 100% in their business. You must remember, if you provide great ideas to your clients and the tools and resources they need, then you provide great value for their business, and you are a successful coach. They must do the rest, and they must be responsible for their business.