Tune in to the latest episode of The Coaching Edge podcast, where I have a dynamic chat with the incredible Becky Keen, a Master Coach and sales expert. Becky and I explore the secrets to selling your coaching services with ease. Unveiling the importance of believing wholeheartedly in the value of your coaching offer, we navigate through the nuances of transparent pricing, addressing the perennial dilemma of whether to display prices on your website.
We also discuss the difference between making an invitation versus a convincing sales pitch and share valuable insights on how to transition from “I hate sales” to “I love sales calls. Bring them on.”
From the dangers of underpricing to the myths surrounding high-ticket offers, we dismantle the traditional, pushy patriarchal sales model, paving the way for a more authentic, organic, and feminine approach that resonates not only with coaches but also with their clients.
If you've ever felt the discomfort...
Pricing your offer: This is a topic that will make any coach squirm-and for good reason. You’ve probably asked yourself- “who am I to charge that much?”. We all have. But staying stuck here too long will absolutely drive you to burnout and cause you to walk away from your dream business. So we need to talk about it.
Today I’ve invited long-time Business Building Bootcamp Member, Christy Osborne, to share three powerful lessons she’s learned about pricing her coaching offers. The truth is that charging premium prices not only serves you, it also means that your clients have skin in the game, which means they’re invested in the outcome.
Charging more empowers both you and the client to commit to the process and the transformation. We’re getting clear about the fact that we’re not charging for just our time- in setting our rate we’re assigning value to the desired outcome your clients are craving. We’ll also talk about what it...
In this episode, I’m pulling back the curtain and sharing even more of the mistakes I made early on in my coaching business so you don’t have to learn the hard way. I’ll share how to establish that like, know, and trust factor to connect with leads, what to prioritize when pricing your programs, and why mapping out financial goals is key to keeping you in business - and so much more. Pay attention - this one’s packed with great tips!
If a coaching business was as simple as being a great coach, there would be a whole lot more coaches in this business. Building a coaching business is not easy - it takes a ton of work, creativity, and a fair bit of patience. But if your gut is telling you this is the right career for you, you can make it happen, I promise. First up, you’re going to need a steady, reliable stream of clients to be profitable.
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Welcome to the first episode of the Coaching Edge podcast! I am so excited you’re here. I know you’re busy building a business and working on your own work-life balance, and because of that, I’m committed to never wasting your time. I’ll be packing a lot of strategic advice into less than thirty minutes every two weeks so you have clear direction and the energy to implement everything we talk about here.
In this first episode, I’ll share how I knew it was time to leave a successful law career that left me in a perpetual state of burnout. More importantly, I’ll dive into three of the biggest mistakes I made in those first few months of my new coaching business, and how you can avoid them. I know you are looking for ways to be strategic about a career move that might feel really risky. Listening to someone’s advice who’s been there is the perfect place to do that! Start here, then check out the next episode where I share even...