Create Coaching Products
Solid, detailed, Coaching Programs, simply sell themselves. This is because the more you can help your clients to visualise, understand and grasp what they are investing in, the more likely they are to buy. This is why successful coaches don’t just sell blocks of coaching sessions, they sell results packaged into clear Coaching Programs.
In a recent catch up with one of my Next Gen Alumni Students I learned something that astonished me – in a good way. The story is a shining example that I am doing good and important work that is making a real difference in the lives of my customers. Enjoy!
In EPISODE 12, Tracey Minutolo talks about the growing trend of running side hustle businesses and then we move into how to know if your product idea is any good. Tracey gives clear steps any coach can follow to create products that sell. Enjoy the show!
In EPISODE 10 the founder of Passion Maps, Peter Wallman, explains how coaches can form a deep understanding and genuine bond with clients through his ground breaking coaching technique. We also talk through the logistics of expanding your coaching offer with Passion Maps.
In EPISODE 6 Mo Perkins shares how she is using DISC profiling with her clients. Discover how it’s good for the coach, good for the client and good for business!
In EPISODE 4 Karyn Greenstreet tells us the truth about running mastermind groups and what it takes to add them into our own coaching product range.
Benay gives you some fresh ideas you can use today to start creating your coaching products.
Benay shares her top tips for creating coaching products that actually get used by clients.
Since I already have very little stuff, I’m looking at my business and specifically, my products. This article looks at how you can identify products that no longer serve, support and nurture you, your business and your clients.
Today, I've been sorting through all of the questions I've been getting about creating products. There are so many good ones, that I decided to write a whole blog post on the topic. In this post I've chosen 8 of the most common questions I get asked about developing...