Income Potential From Coaching Profession
According to the ICF, full- and part-time coaches earn an average of US$50,510 per year. Full- time coaches earn an average of US$82,671 per year, and part-time coaches earn an average of US$26,150 per year.
Is Coaching The Right Profession For You?
Who Are Choosing Coaching As A Profession
2/3rds of the coaches worldwide are female & majority of coaches are over 45 years in age. While there aren't many young coaches worldwide, the larger number of younger coaches and males are from the Asia-Pacific region. 60% of coaches worldwide have an advanced degree (Master's or Ph.D.).
Coaching - Should Your Organization Invest In It?
Here’s some industry statistics and a general overview of the value and ROI executive coaching offers.
A study by the International Professional Management Association found that training plus coaching was up to four times more effective than training alone.
~Wright, D. Global Trends in Coaching, in Human Capital, April-May 2006, p.80-83
Why Become An ICF Certified NLP Coach?
Growing Size Of Coaching Profession
"Everyone needs a coach. Every famous performer has somebody who's a coach, somebody who can watch what they are doing and say, ‘is that what you really meant’, give them perspective. The one thing people are never good at, is seeing themselves as others see them. A coach really really helps." ~Google CEO Eric Shmidt in an interview on CNN.
How Quitting Your Corporate Job For Your Entrepreneurship Dream Can F*ck Your Life Up Indeed.
This note got triggered while I was innocuously browsing through facebook newsfeed and happened to notice a blog shared by one of my connections.
The title was instantly eye grabbing - "How Quitting My Corporate Job For My Startup Dream F*cked My Life Up" !!
I had quit my corporate career in 2011 and had some of my own experiences and it is no wonder that the title attracted my attention. As I read, I resonated with everything written by Ali Mese, the author of the above blog and it brought back the memories of situations I experienced.
I decided to share Ali's blog and once I did that, I could not stop adding my comments to elaborate on what I had experienced. Soon my comments took on a life of their own and I decided to pen these musings and capture them in one place.