There’s also some benefits and pluses that make remote coaching a good idea and go beyond being in the same room.
First, you can work with anyone, anywhere, and that’s quite powerful when you’re finding clients. You’re not limited to people in your immediate area.
You can connect with people wherever your help is needed, and some clients will actually prefer it because it helps relieve that anxiety that can come with having to drive to a new place they’re not familiar with, find a park. You know the drill.
All you need to do is find a space inside your house where you feel comfortable. Make sure it has good lighting—there are already a ton of online tutorials about how to present yourself best on Zoom—and a pleasant backdrop, maybe with plants or books or a great framed print.
This is called a location independent business and it’s what the world looks like now. The necessity of having an office space is very much gone.
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