Steve Chandler and his disciples teach us that coaching clients are created through conversations, and they encourage us to seek as many conversations as we can with the intent to serve whomever we talk to. Now what happens when we run out of people to talk to? Somewhat rephrased for the sake of space in today’s episode’s title, the original question for today is: “I ran out of people to talk to about coaching. How can I create more conversations that may lead to paying clients?”
Siawash starts us off by questioning the intent of the inquiry and along the way we discuss ways in which we might create more conversations, that, indeed, may lead to more paying clients, even though we may need to let go of being too attached to that being the outcome.
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