How To Get Paid For All Your Personal Development

Do you want to know how to get paid for all of your personal development?

Maybe you’ve read books, watched YouTube videos, listened to podcasts or attended workshops.

Wouldn’t it be great if you could get a financial return on all that time and money that you put into your self-education?

Sure it’s been an excellent investment because now you feel more confident about yourself, you’re feeling happier, and you’re on the path towards a life that you truly love.

But I know that many people are looking for a financial return on the hundreds or even thousands of dollars they’ve spent on improving themselves. And you may be the same.

So is there actually a way to get a significant return on that investment?

Is it possible that your investment in personal development can lead to fulfilment and financial freedom?

Well, the answer to these questions is, “Yes!” And it fits perfectly with becoming a coach.

How To Get Paid For All Your Personal Development By Becoming A Coach

Female coach talking to her client imageNow for those of you who may not know, coaching is one of the fastest-growing industries globally, especially in these unique times.

You see, being a coach is fundamentally where you can use all the self-development knowledge that you’ve learned over the years to help others achieve their goals faster and live happier lives.

Think about some of your favourite books that you’ve read or some of your favourite processes that you’ve learned, like visualisation or releasing emotions.

Well, as a coach, that’s exactly what you guide your clients through.

Think of all the times that you’ve shared advice with people around you. Well, as a coach, that’s actually what you do too, except the difference is you get paid handsomely well for doing so.

So in basic terms, this is what you do every day with people, whether it’s through 1-on-1 coaching or coaching 1-to-many, with things like webinars or workshops.

You simply talk to people and take them through these personal development techniques that you’ve learned, and you get paid a pretty decent income for doing so.

Now, of course, there’s a structure around how you have these conversations. And when it’s done correctly, you can make $100K or more in your first year as a coach.

Try to think of it like this – if personal development is the fuel that helps people, then coaching is the vehicle that allows you to make money from it.

Many people wish personal development would give them a financial return, but they don’t have a vehicle.

It’s like wanting to travel to a destination, and you’ve got a big can of fuel, but you’ve got no car.

Now the good news is it only takes the right process and structure for you to unlock all of the benefits of the personal development that you’ve done.

Now the cool thing about that is coaching is a gratifying path. And I know because I’ve been a coach for more than 16 years now, and I just love what I do.

Not only am I making a positive impact in people’s lives, but I work my own hours, and at this point, my family and I live a very comfortable life… all because of my love of personal development and being a coach.

And the best thing is, you can too, even if you don’t have any experience…

Female life coach talking to her client imageYou just need to love personal development and love helping people, and you’re on your way to becoming a highly in-demand and highly paid coach on any topic that you’re passionate about.

And the best part is, you could coach from anywhere in the world because all you really need is a mobile telephone and a headset to coach someone.

You can coach your clients on the shores of Bali and Vanuatu, or in the castles of the Czech Republic, while travelling through France and London, or even at the foot of Mt Kilimanjaro in Tanzania, which is exactly what I did!

Anywhere you want… as long as you have a mobile and a headset, you’re ready to coach.

So if you want to learn how to get paid for all your personal development, if you’re looking for a potentially substantial financial return on investment from your love of personal growth while creating a fulfilling life by helping people and just having fun, consider becoming a coach.

Use that personal development fuel to get your coaching vehicle going so you can start helping people as soon as possible.

Because if you want to get paid for all your personal development experience, you need to convert your experience into something that gets exchanged in the marketplace, which is through coaching or consulting services.

So, I hope you found this video, “How To Get Paid For All Your Personal Development”, useful. Please don’t forget to share this if you did. And if you’re curious about becoming a coach or already a coach and want to scale your coaching business, I would like to invite you to the upcoming live and free upcoming course, “How To Become A Highly Successful Coach”.

Now you might be thinking, “Wait… free? What’s the catch?”

Freemium imageWell, there is definitely no catch to it. It’s free because we use a marketing method called “Freemium Marketing”.

So just like Zoom, Spotify and Gmail are free, we also deliver great value for free, and a small percentage of people who want to learn more decide to invest in the premium version, which makes it a win-win for everyone.

It’s absolutely free for you to attend, but don’t let the free price tag fool you. It’s going to be a full day that’s packed with incredible rock-solid content.

I’ll show you the step-by-step process of how to convert your personal development knowledge into $100K in your first year as a coach, no matter where you are in the world.

So secure your free spot for “How To Become A Highly Successful Coach” right now, and I’ll see you on Zoom LIVE real soon.

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Ben is the Difference-Maker Mentor and Co-founder of Authentic Education. He is exquisite at inspiring people to share their message, make a difference in the world and live abundantly on purpose.

Ben has been featured in media such as the Today Show, Inc.com, Entrepreneur.com, Huffington Post and News.com.au.