What Do Business Coaches Do?

 “What do business coaches do?”


This is a common question I get when I tell people what I do for a living. Hi! I’m Camilla-Jean, and I’m a business coach for women entrepreneurs and mompreneurs who want to start their own business but still have time for the kids and family. There are many facets to business coaching, and if you partner with me, your business coach plan will be completely different from others’. Below, I’ll touch on just a few of the things business coaches do. Contact me today to get started on your business coaching for moms!




  • Business coaches build actionable plans. Most entrepreneurs have a plan put together of what they want to accomplish. They may even have a couple of first steps ironed out. However, most entrepreneurs and mompreneurs have no action plan to get to where they want to go. That’s where a stellar business coach, such as a successful mompreneur, comes in. Once your business coach understands your vision and mission, he or she can plan and prioritize goals and strategies to get you to your end goal. But that’s not where your coaching stops — far from it. Your business coach will check in regularly to see how you are doing, to answer any questions, to offer up advice, and to find solutions to any hiccups you are having along the way. Successful business coaches for women have valuable experience to share. They will keep you on track with your business road map.
  • Business coaches keep you accountable. Let’s face it, it’s easier to procrastinate than to do work. A great business coach will keep you moving towards your goal. They are there to motivate you, to keep you focused, to remind you of your whys, and to measure your progress, which can be measured through milestones reached or other key performance indicators (KPIs).
  • Business coaches help you grow your business. Business coaches have experience with running a business. Thus, an amazing business coach will help you discover breakthroughs and implement best-practice solutions and new processes. When your business experiences a rough patch, a business coach who has been there can help you overcome these obstacles.
  • Business coaches help you brainstorm. When you’re so close to the picture all you see are tiny dots, it’s time to step back and look at the whole frame. A business coach is there to help you brainstorm and to bounce ideas off. They don’t have an agenda for your business; they are only there for you. 



As you can see, a business coach wears many hats. However, a business coach’s ultimate job is to help your business succeed, whether that’s through helping you with a product launch or keeping your mindset in the right playing field. A business coach is different for everyone who each need something different. Partnering with a business coach or a mompreneur can turn your business around, propel it forward, or just get it off the ground. Partner with me today!


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