Kim Avery Coaching

3 Ways to Market for the Christian Coach

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I love to take hard concepts and make them simple. That’s why I was so excited to wake up the other day and realize that when you boil it all down there are only 3 different ways to market your coaching business.

How easy it that?

Just choose the method you like best, go at it with everything you have and Lord willing, watch the clients come running.


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  1. Gerry Garcia

    Kim: your information is very helpful. Getting over the anxieties is very important. I wrote a blog on anti-bully behavior one year ago and now I was asked to submit it to four magazines in my local area. Little did I know that one article would stir up so much attention. A consultant from the SBA interviewed me to inform me that that would be my hot target market. It takes courage, courage, and courage to break through the barriers but eventually, the good seed becomes planted in the ground. Thanks so much for your support and encouragement. I am so appreciative of your marketing support.

    • Kim Avery

      Hi Gerry,

      You are so right about trying to get past the anxiety. I still get nervous every time I ‘put myself out there.’ But I know that if I don’t potential clients will never experience the amazing benefits that coaching can bring. Good for you for writing and submitting your anti-bullying article it sounds like it really helped people know who you are and what you do. Congratulations, and keep up the good work!

  2. Mark Myers

    Getting out of my comfort zone seems to be the biggest mountain for me to climb. ‘Talking’ I’m very comfortable with — perhaps too comfortable. ‘Writing’ continues to be my biggest obstacle. So much to ‘write’ about but no ‘words’ seem to come to mind. Crazy, I know! Most of the coaching and advising I request from others these days seem to be on this topic more often than I care to admit. Thank you, Kim, for the reminder that using both ‘talking’ and ‘writing’ is very important in reaching the broader audience.

    • Kim Avery

      Hi Mark ~ Boy, do I empathize. Talking just seems so much easier and more efficient than writing and definitely is my preference. Alas, as my mother used to teach me I need to eat my vegetables as well as dessert :).

      It’s comforting to know that I am not the only way. Thanks for taking time to write.

  3. Nicole Kirksey

    Hi, Kim. This post helps me a lot. I do a lot of writing in my business. I got the revelation just yesterday that I need to be doing more speaking: that is where my gifts reside. This confirms that speaking is a blessing, and that it will help me to share my message and identify people who can benefit from my offerings. I look forward to focusing on a combination of speaking and writing to grow my business. Thank you so much for sharing your insight.

    • Kim Avery

      Hi Nicole, Good for you. Speaking and writing are a powerful combination and should do a lot for your business. I’m so glad to hear that you are getting the word out about who you are and what you do. Keep up the good work.

  4. Pam Taylor

    What a refreshing reminder that so many things we do naturally in our sphere of influence are actually marketing … if we have that mindset. #3 is my choice. A combination of both speaking and writing. Now…as a result of this lovely reminder…I need to sit awhile and think of how I can expand my sphere of influence. Your posts make eating vegetables fun! Thanks!

    • Kim Avery

      Hi Pam –

      Awesome. Don’t forget to report back to share what you discovered about growing your sphere of influence. It will help all of us learn and grow.