The Rise Of Travel Coaching Industry – Sahara Rose

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Travel coaching is one of the industries that is growing in prominence within the travel space. What is a travel coach, how they can help and is it a viable remote work career?
 
 In this episode, Sahara Rose from the Travel Coach Network shares more about the diversity of experiences within the Travel Coaching community, and what are some of the needs that travel coaches address.

We talk about how people can benefit from travel coaches and what to look out for when choosing the right one for you. On the flip side, we also discuss how people can get into travel coaching as a career, and what personas might do well in this industry.

  • 00:42: Introduction
  • 5:20: What is travel coaching
  • 12:58: Who can benefit from a travel coach
  • 21:50: How to find the right travel coach for you
  • 30:45: Becoming a Travel Coach and adding it to your current services
  • 37:14: B2B model in travel coaching
  • 42:04: Travel industry trends and the rise of Bleisure Travel
  • 45:50: How to set yourself apart and overcoming friction from potential clients
  • 51:33: Where the travel coaching space is heading towards
  • 55:17: Quick fire questions and tips from Sahara Rose

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