I've said this before, but it's worth saying again.
Don't just offer coaching to your clients. Offer results!
Because people don't buy movie tickets. They buy movie experiences.
There's a big difference there. Sure, the ticket leads to the experience, but people could care less about the ticket itself. In fact, they won't remember the ticket at all if the experience was outstanding. (Just see the new Star Wars film for a 'billion dollars and...
Should I Just "Jump Right In"?
It's a question almost every coach will face at some point or another.
And there's one excuse that I hear most often from people who say they want to get more clients... make more money... or just start enjoying their life/work balance more.
And it usually starts with “I just need to...”
Have you ever noticed that the week or two before the New Year, Facebook begins to fill up with "New Year Resolution" ads?
There's everything from goal setting, to manifesting guides, to intention setting, to picking your word for the year.
Do you ever feel disappointed with how well your newsletter or email list ‘performs’ for you?
Do you long to get these kinds of responses from the emails you send…
inquiries for your coaching?
more people passing your emails along to others?
more sign-ups for teleclasses you offer?
people actually buying whatever you might be selling?
A lot of coaches have been talking to me about potential clients not having the money for coaching.
Have you heard these things from prospective clients:
Do you want to see the ‘Big Picture’ of how coaching impacts people and the whole world? Check this out...
(I think you’re going to love this!)
*** How coaching impacts people. ***
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…