Hello, I'm Chris

Chris Sissons

Are you a coach, consultant or freelance?

Do you feel underpaid for the work you do?

Have you lost sight of your original objective through pressure of work?

If so … perhaps you are a reluctant business owner! You enjoy delivering your offer, working with clients and to be frank, your business interests take second place.

But this is proving to be a headache …

You need to break even on your business, live off your income and make a little more to cover unexpected expenses. Many people would like to do even better than that!

You're not seeking wealth for its own sake but understand you need more income to carry on doing what you enjoy.

But, you are wary of marketing because in your experience too many people spin too many yarns to generate income for themselves. You really don’t want any part of it!

The same applies even more intensely, where it comes to sales …

The thing is, it need not be this way. My promise is your marketing can be:

  • Congruent with your offer and your values
  • Of immense value to prospective customers or clients
  • How you deepen your client's understanding of your offer
  • A means to grow connections with other businesses and build community

Would you like to know more? Follow the orange links below to blog posts, which cover aspects marketing together. Or scroll down and take the quiz to find out how likely your business is to succeed!


Every business brings benefits to its local economy.


Profit is not the only possible financial aim for your business.


​Work-life balance is important and so is reflection on life and business.


​Marketing thrives with feedback from others.


​Can you trade specialist skills with other businesses?


​Many of us find we need help to get our messsage out there.


​Take time to be clear about your business story and details.


​A strong foundation means you can market with confidence.


​Take time to make sure your marketing is fast and in the right direction.


​Does your online and in-person marketing support each other?


​Can you show benefits your business offers the local economy?


​Do you build partnerships for mutual benefit?

Elaine Mitchell Empowerment Life Coach

Sixty Minutes of Absolute Value


I have just had my marketing session with Chris. Sixty minutes of absolute value. Chris has given me lots of thoughts, lots of ideas and above all an opportunity to see what I deliver to my clients; an opportunity to see what I deliver and where I come from when I’m communicating with them. He has given me so many thoughts and ideas I know I can take forward and take forward in a not icky way, because those of you that know me know that I don’t do in your face, hook ‘em in and all that malarkey. Those of you that know me will see a loud person but underneath I really don’t like to put myself forward. I struggle to get hold of clients and approach them in a way that I feel comfortable because I don’t want to be a big brash saleswoman, I don’t want to be a sell them a £5K product, I want to help people first and foremost. Chris has given me some fantastic ideas to just tweak slightly what I am doing and to be able to enhance my business without me being in your face constantly all the time. Absolutely brilliant hour, he gives you a little bit of homework to do, just about right to get the cogs turning, to think about what you actually offer. It is done in a holistic way as well.

Good coaches add genuine value to their community, city and other businesses

Smart coaches make good money

Is it possible to be both good and smart?

This easy and fun quiz will help you decide whether your business is good and smart! Then sign up for “Five Proven Steps to be Paid What You Really Deserve: Getting the Most Out of Coaching, Consultancy or Freelancing", a 6 page pdf that can transform your business!

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