For me the development of your practice will come with time, from developing your niche, your visibility and your gradual exposure to your target audience. I would encourage you to allow time for your good name to become known. This is not an instant process and if you want longevity, you’ll take this time.
It’s easy to call yourself a specialist today but it’s going to be your experience and ‘years’ that perhaps make that credible. I remember my first years, every small step, every journey I took with a client was moving towards where I saw myself being at some point, it wasn’t instant as is so often craved today. What’s important is having a clear idea of what you do, where you want to be and who you want to be doing this with.
So begin, let your practice develop and become visible. I love Twitter as ‘my’ platform for conversation and visibility. If you are a coach do remember that ‘your’ engagement is everything.
That is key and will be a topic on the blog soon, with some key tips from Hannah of @AmethystPA .