Recently, I posted 10 powerful questions for enrolling clients and it sparked excitement from some coaches that haven’t found sample coaching sessions effective and concerns from others about the potential for manipulating prospects with the questions. Thanks for the great discussion! Successful client enrollment is part competence with an enrollment process and part mastery of mindset. I explain in my previous post why, after more than a decade of coaching, . . .
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The secret is to enrolling more coaching clients is surprising. Don’t coach them in the discovery session. Many coaches find their prospective clients walk away from a sample coaching session feeling “done”. It may be because a sample session is oriented around selling coaching rather than attracting the individual to what they already know they want — the vision of their ideal future. If you want to transform your ability . . .
Why do some coaches and consultants have a constant flow of ideal clients, while others don’t? The answer to this mystery isn’t what you might think… It’s certainly not that they are more skillful. It’s not that they know all the right people. And it’s not that they’ve got a big list of prospects. It comes down to how they value themselves. When it Rains it Pours Half of my . . .
In the online marketing world, 6 seconds is a long time. When we surf the Internet or click a link we impatiently look for immediate relevance or we’re outta there and likely never to come back. That means your website has to make a connection with your target audience super fast! You’d be surprised how easy it is to do this. What’s in it for Me? That’s the key question . . .
Your mindset. It’s true. The make or break factors in coaching business success are rarely about education, specific business skills, or experience. Instead, it all comes down to how you manage your mind. Nearly all my clients have struggled with believing in themselves at one moment or another. I’ve struggled with it on and off myself. What’s pulled me forward again and again is a BIG WHY. With all my . . .