Monday June 18, 2018
As coaches, healers or anyone in a service profession it is a reality we face everyday that there are people we can help and want to help who just can't afford us.
What do you do when your moral compass keeps you up at night because you want to be of service but you've got to pay the bills?
This was a question I received from Lisa, a member of our Change Your Story, Change Your Results Immersion Experience.
Lisa asked: "How do you keep from giving away too much work because some people simply cant afford one on one coaching? We are helpers at the roots of our businesses."
I hear you Lisa and the good news is there are four things you can do!
I hope this helps you on your quest to help as many people as you can whether or not they can afford your private services.
Thursday March 1, 2018
Raving fans are awesome. They talk positively about you, engage with you, share your content and are great for business. But how do you create them?
In today's video you'll discover 5 ways to create raving fans who love you and want to buy from you.
Sunday January 28, 2018
Back in 2004, co-authors Greg Behrendt and Liz Tuccillo created a movement on the dating scene that liberated women from men who were never going to give them what they want when their best selling book, He's Just Not That Into You hit book stores. The book was so popular that five years later it was turned into a Hollywood blockbuster movie.
The book has a solid lesson for daters. As business is just like dating, the advice can easily be applied to your business.
If you've been wanting things to get A LOT better in your coaching business, this is a must watch!
Monday September 25, 2017
Getting clear on your priorities in your coaching business really matters.
Clarity is SO powerful. It can mean the difference between gaining big momentum and staying stagnant.
You know you are not yet clear on your priorities when you...
1. Find yourself wondering what you should be doing more than you would like to admit.
2. Don’t have clear business objectives that you are actively working to achieve.
3. Procrastinate and do a lot of busy work but nothing of true value really gets done.
4. Aren’t getting any real traction or results in your business.
If this is you, here are three steps to get clear on your priorities so that you can start getting momentum and traction in your business.
Friday September 1, 2017
The sales call, also known as a discovery call, is a very important skill to master to ensure that your coaching business is a success. If you find that you get anxious about having them or perhaps you don't even know how to do them well, you are not alone. Many coaches have a huge fear of them and would prefer to not do them at all.
From what I have experienced in my own business and with clients, this is only temporary. You can learn to love sales calls (yes, L-o-v-e them!) and see them as a natural, fun part of your business once you learn how to do them really well.
Today, I'm going to help you uncover the most critical moment in any sales call and what to do about it.
Knowing about this moment and how to handle it can make ALL the difference between you keeping or losing your confidence on the call. Which of course, is important to you inspiring a resounding, "YES!" from your ideal client.