5 things most business coaches won’t tell you

5 things most business coaches won't tell you

I spent many years with no idea how to grow my business. I did a lot of things. I created events, came up with new ways of working with people, got on social media, came up with frameworks and quizzes and there was so much more I could have done.

I enjoyed it for a while and then if became draining, energetically, especially after I had my son and my free time was cut by more than half. Okay, I didn’t have free time for a while.

I wish that some of my coaches had given me more direction and told me what I had to learn and apply in order to be able to do the work that I love and am uniquely designed to do in the world. I will tell you that in this video.

The five things most business coaches won’t tell you are:

    1. You need to know your value proposition or nothing else will work
    2. You have to be super clear on who you serve (instead of having a customer profile)
    3. You need to tell your story loud and clear
    4. You need a methodology
    5. You will have to give some things up for a short period of time

Now come on over to Facebook and tell me where you are stuck and what you are committed to changing.


Lisa Princic is a Business Strategist & Membership Expert who helps thought leaders & niche experts build wildly successful memberships while making a positive impact. She helps entrepreneurs scale with powerful positioning & profitable programs designed around their zone of genius. A staunch believer in simplicity, Lisa helps her clients accomplish their goals by focusing on what to do AND what to ignore.

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