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Have you always wanted to start a blog for your coaching business, but you’re just not sure where to begin?
I get it. If you’ve never started a blog before, it can be intimidating.
However, it doesn’t have to be. Much of what I learned over the years in blogging is self-taught. It requires a time and monetary investment on your part.
I can certainly help you get started and get your blog up and running. That said, you’re also here to see what’s possible.
Check out these 25 blogs below and see what your own could potentially look like. You'll want to keep an eye out for how these blogs engage the reader and what kinds of calls-to-action (CTAs) they have. Let us know your thoughts in the comments.
Here are the 25 coaching blogs you really should check out. These bloggers will give you some inspiration and an idea of what to do with your own blog.
Addicted2Success.com's mission is to "empower and inspire people by spreading knowledge of self development and life changing stories to the world. They show you what it really takes to become a successful human being." The site includes motivational videos, interviews, audio and more with entrepreneurs, coaches, celebrities and more.
John Lee Dumas, the legendary host of the Entrepreneurs on Fire podcast, provides insightful commentary on his monthly earnings. Plus, you'll get great tidbits and expansions on what knowledge bombs his guests are dropping on the show.
Erickson Coaching created their blog to "deliver useful information and resources to our global community." In doing so, they provide information on "coaching industry trends and developments along with inspiring stories..."
For over 30 years, Seth has tried to "turn on lights, inspire people and teach them how to level up." His blog has been appearing daily for more than a decade and gives us all an insight into his genius.
"The Mission of Faith Encouraged is to be a catalyst for the appreciation and the adoption of an intentional practice of the Orthodox Christian faith."
QARA is "an online community and resource hub" designed to "help you become the best version God created you to be..."
With The Morning Offering, Abbot Tryphon offers insight into the daily problems we find ourselves in from an Orthodox Christian perspective. While geared toward members of the faith, his timeless wisdom is applicable to all of us who struggle to live our best lives in Christ.
Avocadu exists to help people "shed weight FAST." For them, "the motivation from losing weight quickly is what will help motivate you to STICK with your diet until you reach your goal weight." I've had the pleasure of featuring Alex and Lauren from Avocadu in my Forbes column. Learn about their story here.
Fitness On Toast is "a platform upon which Faya continues to share the knowledge and experience she’s gained as a personal trainer with people all over the world..."
Nerd Fitness is all about helping you "learn how tiny little changes, done deliberately, will help you live a better, happier, healthier, more fulfilling life." Not to mention the fact that they're all about "fixing your mindset, helping you build habits, and change your life one decision at a time."
At Sorey Fitness, Kim and Kalee "help women build a healthy body and balanced life" by "providing tips to make healthy easy through at home workouts, a balanced diet, and self-care."
On The Fitnessista, Gina, a certified personal trainer and weight loss specialist, shares what she knows about living a healthy lifestyle while "emphasizing quick workouts, quick recipes and adventures as a wife and mom."
Coach Tim helps people get unstuck. He helps those who are "looking for a change, but don’t know what it is yet or how to achieve it."
Alexis helps "women to discover who they really are, what hasn’t been working in the past, [and] what they actually need from a relationship..."
"Gretchen Rubin is one of today’s most influential and thought-provoking observers of happiness and human nature. She’s known for her ability to distill and convey complex ideas with humor and clarity, in a way that’s accessible to a wide audience."
New York Times bestselling authors and professional coaches Marc and Angel Chernoff run "one of the most popular personal development blogs," says Forbes.
Martha is a life coach, author, and speaker who provides inspiration to people all over the world. She also trains life coaches worldwide with her own life coach training program.
"Vanessa provides in-person and online educational tools that support high potential women leaders." Further, she "teaches women how to quiet their minds, set boundaries without feeling guilty... and get more of what they want in life."
"As a professional people watcher—Vanessa’s groundbreaking workshops and courses teach individuals how to succeed in business and life..."
Sheri is a "business and life coach known for inspiring massive action and being a catalyst for business growth and profits in a way that is fun..."
"For more than 4 decades, more than 50 million people have enjoyed the warmth, humor, and transformational power of [Tony Robbins'] business and personal development events. He is the nation’s #1 life and business strategist."
James is a"n author, photographer, and weightlifter focused on habits and decision making. [His] writing combines ideas from a wide range of disciplines — biology, neuroscience, psychology, philosophy, and more. [His] goal is to learn and share the most important concepts for building better habits and mastering the routines that shape our life and work."
"Productive Flourishing is a community for the doers with the vision to see how the world could be, the smarts to figure out how to make it happen, and the grit to do the work."
"Tiny Buddha is about reflecting on simple wisdom and learning new ways to apply it to our complex lives—complete with responsibilities, struggles, dreams, and relationships."
The Daily Positive is "a family-run personal growth and positive living business" that provides their "global community with actionable inspiration for a better life and a better world, delivering both free content and premium education, a safe and supportive environment for like-minded people to connect, and products for living a positive and inspired life. [They] believe in profit with purpose, and every month we contribute toward charities doing awesome work supporting humanity."
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