So, you’re ready to start making money as a coach.

You’ve gone through training, you’ve had a pro bono client or two, you’re starting to feel confident about charging for your services BUT you’re not quite sure where to start.

“How much should I charge?” “Should I offer one time sessions?” “What sort of package should I create?”

Don’t panic. It’s all so much easier than you think. You just need to get out of your head and take a look at the basics.

At IGC, we don’t stand for crazy inflated prices. Internationally, coaches on average are making about $235 an hour. We recommend starting your coaching career at around $150. It’s an easy yes for many people.

Here’s our basic coaching business model:

  • Four sessions a month (60 minutes each)
  • Minimum of $150 an hour
  • Three month contracts as a minimum

Based on this model, you’re making $600 a month per client. It’s as simple as that.

When our COO, Liv Chapman, launched her coaching practice, all of her clients were placed in this one simple package.

You don’t need to spend weeks designing fancy coaching packages or ten hours creating a sales page. Spend your time telling new leads what’s possible for them through your coaching and get them signed up and started!

Tell us in the comments,

how many one on one clients would allow you to experience financial freedom?

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