If you’re finding your family, friends, and even complete strangers coming to you for advice on relationships, it might be a huge clue that God has called you to be a relationship coach. Maybe it’s time to get your relationship coach certification and move forward, answering the call, which you can clearly see that is part of your purpose.
You might be a natural matchmaker or dating coach in the making. You may be drawn to a specific area of expertise, and knowing this is one of the keys to sunning a successful relationship coach business. Many people who are entering the love coach arena, spend a great deal of time and resources finding their niche or area to specialize in.
I think that you will find that your ministry as a relationship coach will be a method of metamorphosis, growing and changing as you do.
When I first answered the call to become a relationship coach, I started as a Christian relationship coach, which merged into marriage coaching, then as I integrated other modalities while expanding my ability to help others my services transformed into NLP relationship coaching after integrating Neuro-linguistic Programming, which led to my writing the book, “How to Save Your Marriage.”
You know what specific areas you should specialize in because you are being called to this field and people are already attracted to you and bringing their particular dating, marriage, and/or family issues to you.
So, ask yourself, what are these people coming to you for advice for?
This is how you will determine how to position yourself, at least in the beginning, in the relationship coach field of work. This review will help you decide (at least initially) how to market your relationship coaching services.
If you find yourself answering questions about what are certain signs in dating relationships, and if you’re finding the advice you’re giving is helpful and those people keep coming back to you, then, yes, you are (and should be) a Dating Coach.
Likewise, if you are being consulted from individuals struggling to manage and maximize their marriage experience, then you are (and should be) a Marriage Coach.
You may find people reaching out to you to help mitigate the damages, drama, and trauma associated with the ending of relationships, then you may have special skills pre-qualifying you as an amazing Breakup Coach, which is a growing trend among relationship coaches.
And if you find people coming to you for advice when they are finding themselves embroiled in highly dysfunctional or abusive relationships, you might be a Toxic Relationship Coach.
Here are some examples of ways you can brand and/or market yourself as a particular type of relationship coach:
|Christian Relationship Coach||Couples Coaching||Dating Coach|
|Family Coach||Family Business Coaching||Family Recovery Coach|
|Love Coach||Marriage Coaching||Online Dating Coach|
|Breakup Coach||Self-love Coach||Toxic Relationship Coach|
These are just some ideas about how you can use your relationship coach certification and monetize the gifts and abilities you’ve already been endowed with.
If you’ve been offering your services for free, don’t you think you should allow the universe to compensate you for exercising your gifts and abilities as a certified relationship coach?
Check-in with my friends at St. Paul’s Free University‘s Relationship Coach Certification Course and consider enabling yourself to turn your calling into a way that you can make money doing what you love, and by doing so, you can live a better life, your best life, and make the world a better place.
Or, here’s another option: