How many partially complete products, books, and group coaching programs do you have sitting around on your computer?
If you’re like most entrepreneurs, the answer is a resounding “far too many!”
And frankly, the reason you have all of those incomplete books and programs isn’t because you don’t know your subject, or because you’re a poor writer, or even because you don’t have time.
The real reason is because ...
Are you trying to focus more on social media in your coaching business, BUT find that you don't really have the TIME, PATIENCE or EXPERTISE needed to fully utilize all the possibilities offered by the social networks?
This is a common situation, but fortunately there is an EASY solution.
All you have to do is outsource your social media tasks to someone who specializes in this kind of work. She will take over all your daily social media tasks, ensuring your pages are properly maintained and updated at all times, and also participating in discussions and replying to fans and followers when they reach out to your business through social media.
The main advantage of outsourcing this work is that you free up...
Coaching is an awesome career. You get to spend your time helping people achieve their goals in a very real way. It’s exhilarating, and oh-so-rewarding!
But at some point you begin to ask yourself “How can I reach even more people? How can I help more people reach their goals?”
The answer? Create and sell self-study programs.
Think about it.
How many hours per day do you spend on the phone with clients?
If you’re like most coaches, the answer is often “more than I want to.”
Let’s face it, coaching can be exhausting. Sure, you love working with different clients, and you get a real charge out of being able to help someone overcome their issues and achieve their goals.
But it’s still taxing to be on the phone all day, every day. And add to that the need to constantly be looking for new clients, and you’ve got a recipe for burnout.
That’s why so many coaches are beginning to offer VIP days.
Want to know what keeps a lot of coaches and service providers from charging what they’re REALLY WORTH?
It’s that all-too-common belief that “I am not a sales person.” Combine that with a healthy dose of “It’s rude to discuss money,” and you can see why it’s just easier to keep your rates low.
It’s time to think of your services from a different angle. Not only will you see things in a clearer light, but selling suddenly won’t feel so…salesy.
Here’s how traditional pricing discussions go: