Top 12 New Trends In Coaching

Are you a coach? Perhaps you haven’t quite settled on a niche or aren’t making enough money. Well this is a topic that I follow with great interest and here is what I have found are the emerging trends and markets in coaching today:
Updated: August 2011

#1: Coaching Career Transitions
#2: Coaching Unemployed Professionals
#3: Get Out of Debt Money Coaching
#4: Coaching Programs In Colleges & Universities
#5: Coaching Programs For Psychologists/Psychotherapists
#6: Coaching Female Entrepreneurs
#7: Marketing Focused Coaching for Entrepreneurs
#8: Coaching Political Leaders
#9: Coaching Parents of Children With Special Needs
#10: Coaching Love Relationships
#11: Career Coaching
#12: Coaching Baby Boomers through Later Life Transition

Remember that if you are struggling to make a good living at coaching — you probably haven’t defined your niche enough. Use this list to create a spark:-)

Comments

  1. says

    Interesting! Are these in order of the top niche being getting out of Debt. But, I wonder how that market would pay for coaching?

  2. says

    Interesting! Are these in order of the top niche being getting out of Debt. But, I wonder how that market would pay for coaching?

  3. says

    I’m not sure if they are in any specific order David. I don’t think it actually is. But believe it or not, people will pay a few hundred to get out of thousands of dollars in debt. And I think most of the coaches in that niche do an overall personal finance type of coaching — sort of like Suze Orman minus the TV show :-)

  4. says

    I’m not sure if they are in any specific order David. I don’t think it actually is. But believe it or not, people will pay a few hundred to get out of thousands of dollars in debt. And I think most of the coaches in that niche do an overall personal finance type of coaching — sort of like Suze Orman minus the TV show :-)

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