I am hoping that you guys can help me brainstorm & narrow down a good name for my coaching business.
My coaching niche is marketing and business (though I do coach my clients on other issues as they come up).
Most of my 8 current clients are entrepreneurs - they own a small small business, usually just them and maybe a few contractors. They are all in different industries (massage to CPA to lawyer to potter, etc).
They all are successful in their own right already, but they realize that a coach can help them get even more or even farther than they can get by themselves by providing them with ideas, marketing expertise, a different perspective and a bit of accountability when they need it.
I want my business name to describe somehow what I do (though it doesn't have to have the word coach in it), and I want it to be memorable (Pacific Coaching - way too lame and unmemorable).
Here are some that I've come up with.
Words that describe my market: Already successful Busy Have lots of projects Very ambitious Positive Do things their way Have big dreams Are passionate about something Go getters Determined Aspiring Driven Enterprising Hustler Motivated Spirited Energetic Desire for advancement / betterment High performer Take action
Names: Ambition coaching ? taken already Compass Coaching Biz-spectives Coaching Genius Power Rise Higher Coaching Cloud 9 Coaching "I want to have it all" Coaching Have cake and eat it too Eat your cake coaching ? taken I did it my way Bright Way Coaching Live your dream bigger Aim higher Aspire Higher (taken - book) On the move coaching
Tagline ideas: From own-a-job to own-a-life Does your business serve you? Or the other way around? Your biz ? death trap? Or getaway car? Moving forward Constantly moving
Similar words to consider: Trainer Advisor Mentor Act Achieve Doing Movement
Oh, another thing that I specialize in is automating a business and building passive income streams into the business so that eventually so that the business owner can follow something similar to the 4 hour work week (http://fourhourworkweek.com/)