The Financial Elements You Should Not Neglect in Your Coaching Business

F is for finances

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You are a coach, not a numbers person. That’s why you have a bookkeeper, so they can deal with the finance side of things.




A publication for coaches who are ready to move from coaching as a hobby, to building a coaching business. Yes, that means making money from coaching.

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Alisa Barcan

Alisa Barcan

Financial coach and business mentor for coaches who want to build financially viable coaching businesses.

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