How I Afford Coaching:
Even coaches need a coach to be better. Just like hairdressers use someone else to cut their own hair. And financial planners use another planner to handle their own money. We are all too close to our own lives to be objective about what we need. Plus, no one knows EVERYTHING. The smartest among us choose smarter people to learn from.
I am a coach. For years I had a chip on my shoulder…why do I need a coach? I already know how to work out. But believe me, the first session I had with my coach, I knew I was dead wrong. You see, I chose the coach in the room that I felt had the most to teach me. And he did, and still does to this day, teach me more about my capabilities and my self-worth.
Now, coaches/personal trainers are notoriously not wealthy people. We can’t all be trainers to the stars. So I pick and choose wisely how I spend my money so that I can use my coach regularly to make me a better, stronger, more powerful machine.
Here's What I Do:
These are the things that I do to save a few dollars so that I can prioritize my own machine:
Investing In Yourself Is The Name Of The Game
These are the things that I do to try to keep as much money as I can in my bank account, so that I can afford to pay my coach every month. I know confidently that the money I have invested in myself over the years has made me a better coach, a better mom and a stronger woman…both physically and mentally.
Give any or all of these a shot and see if you can’t save up enough money to invest in yourself!