Here are the *exact words* to say to get clients. I’ll share them with you in a second, but first here’s my personal “blood bath” story of “networking event terror”…
How do you feel when people ask, “so, what do you do?”…
Do you feel confident because you know exactly what to say to end up with new clients? Or…
When it comes to making a success of your coaching business, can you do it on your own?
For that matter, can anyone succeed at anything completely on their own?
My answer to these questions might sound like waffling, because I can truthfully answer 'yes and no'. So let me explain ...
If you want to take control of your time, one of the best things you can do is learn to say "no".
Because, people want to fill up your time, and it's up to you to keep your time for what you want to spend it on.
An email list is like a waiting list of coaching clients who all want to work with you.
When you grow and nurture your email list and bond with the people who have signed up to hear more from you, something magical happens…
Of all the coaching sessions you do (after a client has signed up), the first session is by far the most important.
This is when your client is really sizing you up and wondering…
Super simple video clip from my live event Get Clients Today, check it out and see how to pick the most profitable niche for you (and what to do when your niche is in the "grey zone").
We've all heard it said before...
"You've got to have a list if you want to make a big impact."
"You need a big list if you want to sell your products and programs to the masses."
Can you imagine how fast you could grow your business if everyone suddenly started promoting & supporting you…?
What if all your friends, family, followers, mentors and even the 'big name gurus' started raving about you on Social Media and to their email lists…?
Have you heard that having a BIG email list of potential clients is a great asset to your coaching business? Well, it’s true! With a healthy size email list, you can…
This month's book recommendation is so popular I almost didn't recommend it because most everybody has probably already read it.
However it's too good to not recommend. I've read it 4 times and it gets better with each read.