Why 1:1 Coaching is Still a Thing with Rory Vaden


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Every entrepreneur needs a coach. It’s impossible to do it all on our own! As coaching groups become more and more popular within the industry, 1:1 coaching is still very much happening and is still as effective.

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In this episode, Chris invites Rory Vaden back onto the show to discuss the subject of coaching, and more specifically why 1:1 coaching is still a thing. Tune in to find out how Rory helps his clients to figure out what their strengths are, what they should focus on and how they identify their uniqueness.

Episode Timestamps

  • [08:25] - How Rory helps his clients figure out what their uniqueness is
  • [10:20] - Why it’s important to focus on one specific thing, rather than everything
  • [14:50] - You’re most powerfully positioned to serve who you once were
  • [17:20] - Why a lot of personal brand entrepreneurs do the right thing, at the wrong time
  • [25:11] - Rory’s reason for sticking to 1:1 coaching

Essential Learning Points From This Episode

  • Focusing in on one area and becoming an expert in that field
  • Everyone has their own uniqueness that cannot be replicated
  • Why it’s important to do all the steps in the right order
  • The main reason Rory has decided to still focus on 1:1 coaching

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