What Would Be The Cost Of Coaching – SL – Coaching Series No 4

Coaching fees can differ greatly. But before you even consider a coach’s fees, you want to inquire into the following things: What exactly can this coach do for me? What kind of experience do they have? Executive, motivational, relationship? It is always wise hiring a coach who was/is successful within your area of interest or business, for they are the people who are intimately familiar with your goals and the ways of achieving them.

And this is exactly what determines how high the coach’s fees are – their experience. Coaches with little experience or retired people who coach as a side business may charge you anywhere between $25 and $50/h. More experienced coaches will charge you far greater rates than that – but, with the right coach, it is an investment worth making.

Say you want to go from making $150,000/y as a realtor to $500,000/y. That’s a huge leap in salary. So, in order to achieve that, a good coach might quote $15,000 to take you on. Spending $15,000/y in order to get a pay increase of $350,000/y doesn’t sound like a bad investment at all, does it?

Coaching fees can differ greatly. But before you even consider a coach’s fees, you want to inquire into the following things: What exactly can this coach do for me? What kind of experience do they have? Executive, motivational, relationship? It is always wise hiring a coach who was/is successful within your area of interest or business, for they are the people who are intimately familiar with your goals and the ways of achieving them.

And this is exactly what determines how high the coach’s fees are – their experience. Coaches with little experience or retired people who coach as a side business may charge you anywhere between $25 and $50/h. More experienced coaches will charge you far greater rates than that – but, with the right coach, it is an investment worth making.

Say you want to go from making $150,000/y as a realtor to $500,000/y. That’s a huge leap in salary. So, in order to achieve that, a good coach might quote $15,000 to take you on. Spending $15,000/y in order to get a pay increase of $350,000/y doesn’t sound like a bad investment at all, does it?

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