Business Coaching for Female Entrepreneurs - Gypsy Soul Coaching
Hi, I’m Dora, a business coach for female entrepreneurs 
Reach your goals faster with 1-1 business coaching

If you’re struggling to get the business results you really desire, you’re not alone. Whether you’re stuck in a revenue plateau or ready to sharpen your sales skills, a business coach can give you the tools, guidance, and support you need to live your purpose, maximize your success, and create a lasting impact. 

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As a female entrepreneur, it can be really tough to cut through the overwhelm, choose the right action steps, and find your purpose — all while trying to build a business that makes you feel fulfilled.

If you’re not getting the results you want lately, you might need to make a change. Here are 5 signs you’re ready to work with a business coach. 
You aren’t getting results 
 If you've been investing time, effort, and resources into your business but aren't seeing the desired outcomes, you could likely benefit from a coach’s expertise and guidance.

Sometimes, entrepreneurs find themselves so close to the problem, that they can’t even see the solution. That’s why an objective perspective is so valuable — a business coach can give you an unbiased assessment of what’s working and what’s not.  
Self-doubt is taking over
As you start and scale a business, limiting beliefs will inevitably arise — and if you don’t work to change those beliefs, it can feel impossible to build a multiple six-figure business (not to mention, a million-dollar business!). If you find yourself consistently struggling with self-doubt, imposter syndrome, or a lack of confidence, it might be time to ask for help.
Your beliefs about yourself and the world are directly tied to your success. That’s why mindset coaching is such a crucial part of any business coaching program. With the right support, you can break through your mindset blocks and become the most confident version of yourself. 
Making decisions is a struggle
Do you ever find yourself feeling frozen, putting off decisions, and unable to take action — even though you desperately want to move your business forward? You’re not alone! 

As a business owner, you face a multitude of tough choices every day, and that can cause anyone to feel overwhelmed, indecisive, and unsure. If this is a struggle for you, a female business coach might be just what you need to get clear on your options and make decisions with confidence.
You’re feeling isolated
Just 40% of U.S. businesses are owned by women, and that number drops rapidly when we consider women-owned businesses earning over six figures (18%) and $1 million or more (just %2). That’s why having a support squad — whether it’s a mastermind group, your coach, or a community like HelloSeven — is absolutely essential for female entrepreneurs.

If your journey is feeling lonely and you’re looking for someone who just gets what you’re going through (because they’ve been there too), a business coach could be the answer.
You’re ready for more
Maybe you’re not struggling with any of the problems above, but you just know something is missing in your business. You want to make a bigger impact, reach your full potential, and grow your team… but you don’t know where to start.

That’s where a business coach comes in. From helping you develop leadership skills to crafting sales systems built to scale, a coach who’s done it all before can help you survive (and thrive) through the growing pains that every business faces.
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A business coach is a strategist, mentor, and cheerleader, all wrapped up in one amazing person. They can walk with you through your toughest challenges and empower you to overcome them, all while bringing decades of valuable, hands-on experience to the table. 

But that’s not all — a business coach can also help you: 

  • Get crystal-clear on your goals and vision for your business 
  • Develop a personalized roadmap for success 
  • Stay accountable to your goals with regular check-ins and meetings 
  • Accelerate your learning process and help you avoid costly mistakes 
  • Build resilience through positive reinforcement and support 
  • Develop effective strategies for work-life balance and self-care
  • Refine your communication, sales, and negotiation skills
  • Guide you through hiring and structuring your team 
  • Teach you how to to leverage your unique strengths 
Your business coach can work with you in one or all of these areas, depending on your unique business, situation, and needs. 

Here at Gypsy Soul Coaching, we help ambitious female entrepreneurs get results with 1-1, full-suite business coaching.
How business coaching helps you
When you find the right business coach, they can be a key driver of your business’s growth. That’s because it’s your coach’s job to help you overcome obstacles, stay motivated, and maintain focus when life gets overwhelming. 

If you’re a female entrepreneur, here are the six ways that a business coach can empower you to reach your full potential and become the best version of yourself. 

1. Strategic planning 

To make the right decisions for your business, you need a clear vision and a plan to get you there. Your strategy will determine how you attract your ideal clients, what opportunities you say yes to, and what you need to say no to. 

When you’re new to entrepreneurship, however, it can be tough to know what the right strategy is. A business coach can help — they’ll use their expertise, training, and real-world experience to help you make the best decisions for your company. 

2. Focus and prioritization

Speaking of focus, your business coach can help you prioritize what truly matters. Nothing can derail your progress like distractions and procrastination, so this is absolutely crucial. 

For example, your coach might help you realize that creating amazing content and engaging with your target audience through social media are the key drivers of your success. By focusing on these important tasks and minimizing less impactful ones like endless administrative work, you'll stay on the right path to growing your business.

3. Accountability and progress reports

A business coach is an amazing accountability partner, cheering you on and reminding you of your goals when you lose steam. They'll set milestones, like launching a new product or reaching a revenue target, and keep an eye on your progress along the way. 

For instance, let's say your goal is to expand your online store. Your coach will help you track your website traffic, sales numbers, and marketing efforts to ensure you're making steady progress. If you hit roadblocks, they'll also help you brainstorm solutions. With a business coach’s support, you can do what scares you and ultimately, make your dream life a reality.
4. Development 

Your business coach can help you build important skills needed for success. From leadership to sales and more, they’ll provide in-depth guidance and training. For example, they might conduct mock sales calls with you, so that you can refine your pitch, improve your close rate, and increase your

5. Problem-solving 

A business coach serves as a trusted advisor, helping you tackle complex problems and make difficult decisions. They’ll challenge your assumptions, provide alternative viewpoints, and be your partner as you navigate the rollercoaster of entrepreneurship. 

6. Mindset shifts 

A coach’s most important jobs include helping you develop a growth mindset, overcome limiting beliefs, and cultivate resilience. They’ll provide emotional support, encouragement, and motivation — because they’ve experienced what you’re going through today, you can trust their perspective in your toughest moments. 

Ultimately, your coach will help you achieve personal, professional, and financial growth as you work together to transform your business for the better. 

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Business coaching designed for female entrepreneurs

If you’re ready to earn more money, skyrocket your confidence, and create a step-by-step plan to create the business you’ve been longing for, it’s time to start working with a coach.

That said, I know how challenging it can be to find a coach you can trust. Let me introduce myself:

I’m Dora Rankin, business coach for female entrepreneurs. My biggest passion is empowering women to live out their purpose while earning the income they’ve always wanted.

I help my clients learn how to sell, choose the right marketing strategies, identify and leverage their unique strengths — and so much more.  I’ve helped consultants, coaches, service providers, agency owners, and many others grow their revenue and overcome their biggest mindset bocks.

If you’d like to learn more about my 1-1 coaching services, I can’t wait to meet you! 

FAQS: Your guide to business coaching 

How much does it cost to hire a business coach?
Hiring a business coach is an investment, just like purchasing an online course or working with a virtual assistant. The difference is that 1-1 coaching gives you personalized guidance and support tailored specifically to your business needs. The specific cost varies by coach, but you can typically expect it to be a 5-figure investment for a 6-12 month engagement.

How long does the coaching process usually take?
The coaching process usually starts with a discovery call, followed by regular meetings over a few months, a year, or even longer. This amount of time allows your coach to consistently support you and monitor your progress.

What should I expect from my business coach?
During your 1-1 sessions, your coach will use insightful questions, thought exercises, and other methods to address your challenges and uncover solutions. You’ll work collaboratively to create an action plan for achieving your goals. 

When you work with a great business coach, you can also expect…

  • Support with clarifying your purpose and long-term vision for your life 
  • Guidance on how to delegate and become a true leader and CEO in your business
  • Valuable feedback and insights to help you build your mindset 
  • A safe and supportive space for exploration, problem-solving, and skill development

How do I choose a business coach?
The coaching industry can be challenging to navigate. Here are a few tips to help you choose the right business coach for you and your unique needs. 
  • Clarify your specific needs, goals, and areas where you want to grow. 
  • Research coaches who specialize in those areas and have relevant experience and expertise. 
    • Read client testimonials and reviews to gauge their effectiveness. 
    • Look for credentials, certifications, or professional affiliations as indicators of their qualifications. 
    • Consider their coaching style, approach, and values to ensure compatibility. 
  • Reach out for an initial consultation or discovery call to see if your communication styles are aligned and ask any additional questions. 

Ultimately, trust your instincts and choose a coach who resonates with you, demonstrates empathy and understanding, and inspires confidence in their ability to support your growth and success. You’ve got this!