As with all professional coaches, Recovery Coaches daily face the challenge of how to market their services and attract clients who need what they have to offer. The term “Recovery Coaching” may be a good general place to start, but what are the nuts and bolts of what you really have to offer as a Recovery Coach? There are any number of addiction or codependency related issues that individuals may need help with – some of which they are not aware of the root cause. Whatever those issues are, they need a coach who can say “here is how I can help you break through limiting beliefs or patterns” or here are the types of things I can deliver as a coach.

In this ICF Blog post, Brian Hilliard shares his expertise on growing your brand and your coaching practice so that you finish strong this year and set yourself up for next year’s growth.

With the kids back in the school and Labor Day in the rearview mirror, it’s time to buckle down and really get serious about branding and growing your coaching practice during the last few months of the year.

Because make no mistake about it: What you do now will set the foundation for the results you’ll get (or won’t get) in 2016 and beyond.

So let’s take a look at a couple of branding actions you can do today that can help finish the year up strong. Read more

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