What motivated you to start Jun International Coaching. How did the idea come about?
My motivation comes from my own experiences of living in scarcity, growing up in a mid-class-poor family where we work hard for money, and going through several traumas that allowed me to break through. My motivation is to transform all the negativity, toxicity, pains, and madness into wisdom and help people thrive in life. To use everything as a fuel for a brighter future. Our challenges are gifts to us and for society. Most of the world problems comes from lack of awareness and education, that’s is why coaching people with a whole different approach and focus is what motivated me. I am passionate about teaching people how they can start and grow their own online coaching business while live a Freedomaire Lifestyle at their own terms from anywhere.
What was your mission at the beginning of starting your business?
My mission is to help coaches and aspiring entrepreneurs turn their passion into a multiple 6-figure coaching business and help them lead a purposeful life that fulfills them. I teach people how to use social media to attract soul clients effortlessly consistently with the right systems that set them up for long-term success and fulfillment. My long-term mission is to transform our education systems in more practical-talented based ways with a more human-centered approach which would support every individual to develop their gifts and interests at their best. I want to turn social challenges into massive growth.
What do you attribute your success to? Is there a trait you have or a person who helped you along the way?
Success to me has 100 fathers and mothers, and every person I’ve met so far served me in some ways that brought me to where I am today. I call it universal wisdom, which we can receive from anywhere from anyone. But my most significant success comes from the wisdom that I accumulated throughout my own experiences and awakenings—lots of trials and errors and persistency. I’m grateful to all mentors I had and still have in business and personal development. My first mentor is my mum, and I’m endlessly thankful to her for believing in me, for inspiring me daily with her immense strength and love.
When times get tough, what would you say motivates you to keep going? To not hit the snooze button and to keep fighting for your goals.
I remind myself why I started and what my purpose is in what I do. When things get tough, I celebrate how far I’ve already come and what challenges I already faced in my life. I think about for whom I’m doing it, and with a massive perspective shift, I know I still feel incredibly blessed no matter how difficult it gets. Being grateful itself with my colossal drive to help others in the world who suffer so much more that’s what keeps me going. If I feel pain and struggle, it motivates me to get out of this as soon as possible, so I can help exactly others who feel the same pain/problems or perhaps are going through even worse times. Having a grand vision while remaining grateful in the present is key. My purpose and vision are what always keep me going.
Employees are one of the most important players to succeed in business. What do you look for in an employee?
I look for hunger, passion, and integrity in a person. Integrity is fundamental. It includes one of the most important traits that I think matters the most. Respectful and committed to what they say. Of course, depending on what role/position it is, skills and background matter, but in most cases, it’s more about their willingness and hunger to learn new and more important things. People with drive, passion, and respect are what I’m looking for.
What is unique about your business? Is there a competitive advantage that you have over the rest?
I coach/mentor people on business, but I make sure their passion and purpose is aligned to their business. Because this sets them up for long-term success and fulfillment. What makes my business coaching stand out from many other coaching programs is that I do deeper awareness with people to truly understand their blocks, blind spots, mindset, and traumas. After coaching many people, including my own experience, I realized that unresolved traumas and deep inner blocks are the nr.
One reason people don’t get results. It’s the beliefs and the ”ego-box” deeply rooted in them that need to be understood to THRIVE in business.
My clients most appreciate my coaching because I go the extra mile to help them get results. I have 24/7 support through VIP space where they can ask questions. Instead of a standard program and providing people with direct knowledge, I give people access to a library full of tools designed to help them execute in the most straightforward ways that get them fast-track results.
A huge bonus, something scarce coaches do is that I coach my clients until they get results. If they commit, there’s only the chance to win once they join my mentorship.
Have you ever gotten a disappointed client or customer? If so, how did you handle the situation?
So far, I didn’t have a disappointed client or customer. I could always find a way to communicate directly with them when there were any concerns.
Is there a type of marketing that has worked amazingly for Jun International Coaching? If so, how did you stumble upon it?
Yes, I use mainly Organic Marketing combined with Attraction Marketing. Paid marketing also works, but organic strategies can serve the same. The best thing about organic attraction marketing is that a lot of time, energy, and money can be saved while attracting soul clients consistently.
Is there any resource or resources that helped you on your journey to becoming a business owner?
I picked up several resources and things from different places and people that led me to where I am today. But my ultimate breakthrough was through investing heavily into top coaches and masterminds in my industry. I learned from the top elite coaches in my industry and consistently instilled every new level I reach. I practice what I preach daily and study my niche to stay on top of the game. I also work daily on personal development and invest in my mindset. A book that helped me a lot is Psycho-Cybernetics by Matzwell.
But apart from just reading tons of books or listening to podcasts is to develop our science what works the best for us. Being a misfit to society but a fit to ourselves is our ultimate success. We have to be wise in what we absorb because knowledge is not necessarily always good. There is a lot of false science we have to unlearn to learn genuinely.
What are the three best pieces of advice that you would give to anyone starting a business? What do they need to know from the very beginning?
The first thing I would say is to tap into your superpower and gift you already have. It’s so important to be awakened, align your passion and purpose with your business. Secondly, find a great mentor and inner circle that supports your vision and goals. Having a mentor is like taking the plane instead of a boat with more expensive mistakes. It cuts the learning curve. Invest in yourself continuously. Environmental exposure and the people around us matter a lot. Thirdly, ground yourself deeply in your commitment and know your why. Manifest your grand vision on paper and be specific. Break your big goals down into smaller achievable goals with a clear time frame. Remain present and take action NOW. Dream big, but also take massive steps with a clear focus.
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