Fayetteville, NC – Many coaches are introverts: thoughtful, shy, reflective. Marketing doesn’t come easy to introverts, and they are less likely to promote their business because no one has taught them how.
Introvert coaches need a way to market themselves without compromising their nature.
Kim Gray is the founder of My First Coaching Client, where she guides marketing-shy coaches to embrace proven tools and techniques to slay their fears around networking and meet their ideal clients.
“I help my clients do the internal work to develop nurturing relationships and connect with each and every person who sits in front of them, while also teaching them to be great marketers of themselves and business owners.” says Gray.
In her corporate career, Gray spent 20 years as an executive assistant. One day she realized she could work from home, but soon recognized that she did not know how to market herself or manage a business.
And so Gray received training in the business of being a virtual assistant. With her business now online, the majority of Gray’s first clients were coaches. She became immersed in the coaching industry. After 15 years, Gray herself became a coach, specializing in marketing for introvert coaches, and My First Coaching Client was born.
Today, Gray is co-author of the Amazon best-selling book How Life Coaching Changes Lives.
“As a coach, you need to define your message; you need to define your voice; you need to tell me who you want to work with and why,” says Gray. “Knowing the reason why is key to how swiftly your coaching dreams will be realized.”
For more information, visit www.myfirstcoachingclient.com