Friday December 11, 2015
On a recent webinar that I hosted, I challenged my participants to radically shift the way they view their coaching business. Today, I want to offer up this challenge to you.
It’s pretty big and most coaches DO NOT do this. They think they do. But they really don’t.
The difference between doing this and not doing it is the difference between having an okay business and an extraordinary one. It’s the difference between feeling fulfilled in your business and feeling drained.
Thursday December 3, 2015
While many coaches get icky about the idea of selling high end coaching packages for the mere reason that they are afraid people will say, ‘It’s too expensive’, your high end coaching packages are important.
While they will be too expensive for some people, they won’t be too expensive for your ideal client. That’s the distinction you need to make when creating these packages. They have to be for the ideal person and price is a part of the package they are buying into.
Here are the top 3 reasons why people will buy your high end coaching packages:
Monday September 21, 2015
6 years ago I cashed out all of my RRSP’s. Here's why:
While in MBA school back in 2007 I received a mentor through the mentorship program. I had no idea that this one woman was going to change the course of my life (in many ways).
She encouraged me to go to an event called, ‘The Power Within’. It was a little over $120, which at the time seemed like a lot because I was a student, but I decided to take the chance and go anyways. That day there were 6 speakers and I was most excited about the last one because I had heard of him and something in my gut told me that he had a message for me.
Then, it happened...
Tuesday May 19, 2015
This has come up a lot lately with coaches so I had to write about it. Do you find yourself saying things like;
“I should be making more money by now.”
“I should be blogging more consistently.”
“I should have a bigger email list by now.”
“I should be making as much as (insert your colleague/competition name here).”
“I should be feeling better about my business by now.”
You shouldn’t, shouldn’t you? Or should you?
Thursday March 12, 2015
There is something I noticed recently in the language of some newer coaches that I wanted to address here because if you are using this language, then you are doing yourself a huge disservice in your efforts to get more clients.
When you are talking about your ideal client, always ensure that you add into the description that...