Frequently Asked Questions about BusinessTown Coaching
Q: Is there any obligation and do I have to present credit card information for the Free 15-minute coaching session?
A: There is absolutely no obligation and we will not request any credit card information.
Q: I am just thinking about starting a business and am not sure even what questions to ask, can you still help me?
A: Yes, even if you are just thinking about starting a business we can help you. And no, you don’t need to have formulated questions to ask. We will help you find not just the answers, but also help you to identify the key questions, which can be just as important part of the process.
Q: How much does coaching cost?
A: If you decide to continue after the first free session, the cost is $200 for 30-minute sessions or $400 for 60-minute sessions.
Q: What is the advantage of virtual versus in-person coaching?
A: Virtual coaching saves you all the travel time back and forth to the coaching session. Also because of the lack of travel time, shorter 30-minute coaching sessions are more practical. This saves you money and/or allows you to set up a more frequent coaching schedule.
Q: How often do you recommend coaching sessions?
A: Generally, we recommend starting with weekly sessions then tapering down to biweekly or monthly over time. Alternatively, you may want to start with hour long sessions and then move to 30 minute sessions over time.
Q: Can you coach me by phone instead of by Skype?
A: Either by phone or by Skype would be fine.
Q: Who would be my BusinessTown coach?
A: You will either be coached by BusinessTown founder Bob Adams or another highly experienced business person that Bob has personally selected and who can deliver the best quality coaching experience possible.
Q: What is the difference between getting help from a BusinessTown coach versus a consultant?
A: BusinessTown coaching is designed to help you find and implement the solutions to all of your business issues--and in the process to help you become a better business person. On the other hand, a consultant typically gathers information then hands you their recommended solution. BusinessTown coaching is more useful for a holistic look at your entire business situation, whereas consulting may be better at addressing highly specific one-time issues.