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Adam Haines
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How to Deliver Coaching Online

Part six of Adam Haines’ six-step guide to becoming a successful online coach

Many coaches think that when transitioning their business to an online coaching model that they require advanced computer programming skills, the ability to set up advanced systems or pay for expensive software to allow them to coach effectively online. 

This couldn’t be further from the truth. 

The term "online coaching" suggests that you are required to run web or cloud-based software, however online coaching can often be delivered offline via documents such as Microsoft Word and Microsoft Excel or the MacOS equivalents in pages and numbers. 

There is a plethora of free-to-use software and systems that you can adapt and adopt to help you manage your online coaching business (think email, Microsoft Excel, Google Forms and Typeform, amongst many others). These software options allow you to run your business in a way that suits you, without being restricted to the capabilities of ready-made online coaching software. 

However, a full-service software solution that enables you to manage all your client’s/participants data such as programming, assessment, communication and financials may be the best option for you as it often equates to less administrative time and allows you to dedicate more time to helping your clients/participants.

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