Episode 35: [Coaching Call] Growing Your Coaching Practice with Aisha Shabazz

In this week's episode, I discuss attracting your ideal client with Aisha Shabazz. Join us as we discuss how clarifying your messaging and providing a clear framework can contribute to the growth of your coaching practice.

35: [Coaching Call] Growing Your Coaching Practice with Aisha Shabazz

We have another coaching call on deck for you today, with an extraordinary coach who started out in a psychotherapeutic setting, Aisha Shabazz.   Aisha Shabazz studied neuroscience & social work in school and has had a really interesting career, becoming a therapist, consultant, coach, facilitator, and yoga teacher.

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Show Notes

We have another coaching call on deck for you today, with an extraordinary coach who started out in a psychotherapeutic setting, Aisha Shabazz.

Aisha Shabazz studied neuroscience & social work in school and has had a really interesting career, becoming a therapist, consultant, coach, facilitator, and yoga teacher. Aisha supports those in the helping professions to improve their lives, with a focus on healing from burnout and compassion fatigue.

Like so many of you, Aisha is transitioning into coaching and has a few questions about how to move forward in a way that attracts her ideal client and allows her to grow. We cover so much on this call and I know you'll find at least one takeaway you can use in your own business. Let's get right into it.

Topics covered

  • Aisha's dynamic career path that led to her transition into coaching
  • Why working with others in the helping professions is so meaningful for Aisha
  • Clarifying Aisha's messaging to communicate that she is offering coaching services, not therapy
  • Using your website copy to tackle objections head-on
  • The advantages of getting clarity on the who, the what, and the how
  • Aisha's one-on-one client milestones
  • How Aisha incorporates mindfulness into her coaching practice
  • Improving your messaging by focusing on your framework
  • Normalizing your audience's experiences without leaving them feeling defeated
  • Why I love “who do you know”

Resources mentioned

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TRANSCRIPT

 

Well, hi there, my friend. Welcome back to another episode of the Coach with Clarity podcast. I'm your host, Lee Chaix McDonough, and we have another coaching call on deck for you today. Today, I am thrilled to introduce you to Aisha Shabazz, who is a really extraordinary coach, and I'm excited to share her story with you. She talks a little bit at the beginning of our call about her background and how she initially was interested in neuroscience, and how that ultimately led her into working with people in more of a psychotherapeutic setting. And now like so many of you, she is transitioning into coaching and has a few questions about how to move forward in a way that attracts her ideal client and allows her to grow. So we cover a lot in this coaching call, and I can't wait to share it with you. So without further ado, let's get right into it.

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