In 2005, I wrote a list of New Year’s Resolutions that was 42 pages long. I can’t remember if 2004 had been exceptionally shitty or if I was feeling exceptionally ambitious, but I do know that at the end of that year, I’d accomplished 75% of what was on that list. I also spent two […]
When you actively listen to your clients, you don’t have to worry about what to say in your marketing because they write it for you.
Too many free offers can sabotage your coaching practice and your clients by putting unnecessary speedbumps in the way.
Likes, loves and comments are great for your ego, but they aren’t always great for your clients… or your pocketbook.
Where we used to turn to families, friends, and God for answers, we now turn to the search engines.
You may have heard “If you want a lot of clients, you need a lot of leads”
But, to heart-centred coaches who feel icky about selling and marketing in general, “getting leads” can seem transactional and cold – the opposite of what you want to be seen as.
If this is you, try this reframe.
If you’ve been pushing and pushing in one direction with your business and nothing is happening, it might be that you’re pushing too hard.
Your results reflect your actions. This is as true for your business as it is of your health.
Hate sales? Think marketing is icky? If so, you may be suffereing from some misconceptions about what marketing is and isn’t.
If you’re a new coach, you may think making a group program is the way to do it (and it is) but it may take longer than you think. Here’s what and what to do in the meantime.