How to Look the Part, Act the Part, and Impress Your Clients
As an FBBC coach, you have to look and act the part. Here are a few guidelines that will help you fit the role of coach to a ‘T.’
FBBC Dress Attire
When you show up for a session, make sure you have on your best FBBC shirt, dark bottoms (black, gray, navy blue), and clean shoes.
Since coaching is a career, groom yourself to look pro. If needed, use makeup and/or shave. Whether it’s the 5:30 AM session or the 5:30 PM session, every client deserves to get the same experience.
Set a standard of professionalism at your sessions. Keep your jokes clean, and stray away from any inappropriate conversations.
Dividing Your Attention
A great coach doesn’t play favorites. Don’t just stick to the handful of clients you know really well, because the other clients might start to feel left out. Instead, give equal time to all of your clients so that they all get the service they paid for.