18th November 2020
You have had a very eventful start to your coaching career, where you have hustled for contracts to work as a practitioner and also in growing your personal brand on social media. Clients have found you from all kinds of situations from seeing your talks on Instagram to overhearing the advice you gave an MBA student on the street. You have leaned into making the most of all the opportunities that have come your way.
But you have also struggled in being unable to place yourself in the corporate world. Beyond the communication & leadership workshops that you curate & deliver successfully, deep down you know there is so much you can offer on a personal level to people who want to lead our generation. You believe in unlimited potential which is why you are here, doing what you are doing and dedicating yourself to learning every day. Learning more about the human condition but also the unlimited potential of the mind as creators of our own reality. …
For first-time founders, a very common question lies in what investors look for. I’ve been asked this countless times. The truth is, there is no secret sauce when it comes to what investors want to see. Each one of us will give you a unique experience with our questions, comments and body language.
Some investors act like your best friend, others quietly listen, with the majority of investors being more difficult to read. You know, the type that brings that neutral vibe to the table, and can very often confuse you.
So let’s review the most common doubts of first-time…