Blog

Will Selling Small Products Help Me Sell High-Ticket Offers?

By: Stephanie Tuesday August 3, 2021 comments Tags: Marketing, product creation, Lead attraction, Client attraction, product launch, Enrollment, Business planning, Sales

Will Selling Small Products Help Me Sell High-Ticket Offers?

"Will selling smaller products help me sell high-ticket offers?" I recently saw this question in a LinkedIn group, and it sparked an interesting discussion about the pros and cons of the strategy. Will the low-ticket item only attract bargain hunters who don't want a high-ticket program? Or will it attract qualified leads who just need a taste of your expertise before they commit to a big purchase? Will buying the lower-priced offer make people more likely to buy your high-ticket package, or will people who buy the smaller item... Read More


Are You Undervaluing Yourself and Confusing Your Clients?

By: Stephanie Tuesday July 6, 2021 comments Tags: Marketing, product creation, Copywriting, Mindset, Motivation, Inspiration, Public speaking, Client attraction, Email marketing, product launch, Content marketing, Enrollment, Public relations, Lead nurture

Are You Undervaluing Yourself and Confusing Your Clients?

Dear Badass, Beautiful Coach... Have you ever had a time when you told your clients about your amazing system or strategy that you KNEW would change their lives... only for them to respond with disinterest or confusion? And do you ever worry that you might not be ENOUGH of an expert, or wonder if your well of knowledge is deep enough to be worth the price you want to charge? In this video, I describe a deceptively simple, yet important truth that many coaches forget, and I explain how forgetting it causes them to confuse their clients,... Read More


Interview with Ely Delaney: How to Save HOURS of Work While Getting Your Clients Better Results

By: Stephanie Thursday June 24, 2021 comments Tags: Marketing, product creation, Time management, Client attraction, Enrollment, Customer Service, Business planning, Business planning, Lead nurture, Follow-ups, Sales

Interview with Ely Delaney: How to Save HOURS of Work While Getting Your Clients Better Results

I recently had a great interview with Ely Delaney, the man who could get hit by a bus today and still be selling his products three years from now. In this interiew, he reveals how he saved himself countless hours on follow-ups and client service, broke the cycle of feast and famine, and got his clients better results in the process! If you want to meet more cool people, including potential clients and strategic partners, please take a minute to connect with Ely Delaney here: https://connectwithely.com/ If... Read More


Interview with Angel Tuccy: How Serving Multiple People at Once Transformed Her Business and Sales

By: Stephanie Thursday June 10, 2021 comments Tags: product creation, Time management, Client attraction, product launch, Enrollment, Customer Service, Business planning, Sales

Interview with Angel Tuccy: How Serving Multiple People at Once Transformed Her Business and Sales

In any given week, how many hours do you spend on sales calls? And if those sales calls are successful, how many additional hours do you spend giving the same teaching points over and over, to one client at a time? When you add all those hours up, it can get to the point where there isn't much time left for the other important things in your business and life, like seeking new leads, keeping up with administrative tasks, finding ways to grow and improve your business, spending time with your loved ones, and enjoying your favorite hobbies. ... Read More


6 Reasons to Create a Coaching Curriculum, Even If You Coach One-on-One

By: Stephanie Tuesday May 4, 2021 comments Tags: product creation, Time management, Business planning, Customer retention

6 Reasons to Create a Coaching Curriculum, Even If You Coach One-on-One

For many coaches, working with their clients one-on-one is what gives them joy. They enjoy the intimate environment, and the ability to dive deep into their clients’ private experiences, challenges, dreams, fears, hopes and triumphs. But even if you never want to stop coaching one-on-one, you can help a lot more people – and have an additional way to bring people into your one-on-one package – by adding a group coaching curriculum to your toolbox. Here are 6 reasons why having a curriculum can be useful to a coach who’s... Read More


My Formula for Giving More Clients Better Service in Fewer Working Hours

By: Stephanie Tuesday April 6, 2021 comments Tags: product creation, Time management, product launch, Customer Service, Business planning, Business planning

My Formula for Giving More Clients Better Service in Fewer Working Hours

Do you ever look at your schedule, see how many appointments you’ve set with your coaching clients, and think, “I wish I could do more”? “I wish I could help more people, but I don’t want to work longer hours.” “I wish I could go on vacation, without having to either stop helping people or work while I’m supposed to be relaxing.” “And when I retire, and after I die, I wish I could keep changing lives, instead of letting my knowledge and ability to help people retire or die with me.” Have you ever thought... Read More


How to Price Your Group Coaching Program

By: Stephanie Tuesday March 2, 2021 comments Tags: product creation, product launch, Business planning, Sales

How to Price Your Group Coaching Program

What should I charge for my coaching program? This is a question that often comes up when people are creating a new program, or rethinking the price of an existing one. In this video, I'll give you some specific, practical guidelines you can use to decide the price of your program, so you can ensure that the price is fair to both you and your clients. Are you rethinking the price of your group program, or creating a new program right now? If so, did this video help you choose your price, or are there still some... Read More


Do Your Coaching Clients Really Expect Perfection?

By: Stephanie Tuesday February 2, 2021 comments Tags: product creation, Mindset, Inspiration, product launch, Business planning

Do Your Coaching Clients Really Expect Perfection?

Are you waiting to sell your expertise until your offer, knowledge or course is “perfect”? It can be tempting to hold off until you’re SURE. Sure you’ve included all the information. Sure your clients won’t be disappointed. Sure your offer is as good as the other ones on the market, if not better. Sure you won’t fail. While other coaches are serving clients, you’re getting ready to serve them. While others are making mistakes, getting feedback, and improving, you’re waiting for a guarantee that you won’t make... Read More


Talking Head vs. Info Slides: Which Should You Use in Your Coaching Videos?

By: Stephanie Tuesday November 3, 2020 comments Tags: product creation, Business planning, Video marketing

Talking Head vs. Info Slides: Which Should You Use in Your Coaching Videos?

When you're creating videos for your coaching, training or marketing, should you use an audio with informational slides, or record a video of yourself speaking? The answer is, it depends on what kind of video you're creating. In this 2-minute video, I'll explain the pros and cons of slide videos vs. 'talking head' videos, and give you guidelines that will help you determine which type you should use for each part of your coaching and marketing. If you have any questions, orif you'd like to learn more about how to... Read More


What is a Coaching Program, and How is it More Valuable Than Coaching Sessions?

By: Stephanie Tuesday October 6, 2020 comments Tags: product creation, Client attraction, Customer Service, Business planning

What is a Coaching Program, and How is it More Valuable Than Coaching Sessions?

What is the difference between a coaching program and a series of coaching sessions that aren’t part of a program? A fellow coach recently asked me this, and I thought it was a very good question. To my knowledge, there is no official consensus regarding what differentiates a program from any other type of coaching, and there are different ways to structure a program. But there are some criteria that I find useful for making the distinction. In this article, I'll explain what those criteria are, and how they can make coaching... Read More



Categories



Archives


Subscribe

rss