Most people that get into the industry believe that after a couple of full-time clients, they’ll be set to retire. However, like many service careers, the initial pay leaves room for improvement.
Unless you achieve a significant following, usually from releasing books, audio tapes, videos, and other media products, the typical life coach
salary South Africa runs about R20,000 a month plus. On the upper end, after you’ve made a name for yourself and get invited to talk shows, you can look forward to something closer to R80,000 plus.
For someone who has just started professionally, you’ll likely begin earning somewhere around R450 an hour. And if you can prove yourself as the next Tony Robbins, you can ask for R2500 every hour without your clients batting an eye.