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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


How to do Live Group Coaching Calls if You Aren't Trained in Public Speaking

By: Stephanie Tuesday June 1, 2021 comments Tags: Public speaking, Customer Service, Business planning

How to do Live Group Coaching Calls if You Aren't Trained in Public Speaking

For some people, the fear of public speaking is right up there with the fear of spiders, heights, and death. So how do you handle group coaching calls if you aren't familiar with or trained in public speaking? In this video, I give a quick, simple step-by-step strategy for conducting group calls, so even if you've never used this method before, you can still give your clients great value, information and results. One thing I forgot to mention in the video, but will add here: before you launch into the training segment of your call,... Read More


3 Networking Strategies That Get You More Referrals

By: Stephanie Tuesday March 5, 2019 comments Tags: Marketing, Time management, Lead attraction, Public speaking, Client attraction, Public relations, Business planning, Follow-ups, Referral marketing

3 Networking Strategies That Get You More Referrals

When you go to networking events, there are three essential components you need to have in place in order to get results. In a recent FacebookLive, I shared three reasons why people often don't get referrals from their networking efforts, and three strategies you can use to create consistent streams of referrals. I also answered a question about what to do if you get a negative review that could hinder your attempts to get clients and referrals. Click the player below to watch the replay. For those who prefer to read... Read More


5 Content Marketing Strategies That Boost Your Visibility as a Coach

Tuesday October 16, 2018 comments Tags: Marketing, Lead attraction, Mindset, Inspiration, Public speaking, Client attraction, Content marketing, Public relations, Business planning, Video marketing

5 Content Marketing Strategies That Boost Your Visibility as a Coach

Today's blog post is written by Hisham Wyne. “We could all use more coaching.” - Richard Thaler The world is a noisy place. The chaos of everyday life, the cacophony of the city, and even the muted chatter around you can all contribute to a distracted mind. The modern world – with all its developments and conveniences – can also be a place where you cannot even hear yourself think. A Helping Hand There are some people who cannot function well in the midst of all the auditory and visual noise. They get sidetracked,... Read More


Should You Share Your Ugly Past With Your Potential Clients?

By: Stephanie Tuesday May 15, 2018 comments Tags: Marketing, Copywriting, Lead attraction, Mindset, Inspiration, Public speaking, Client attraction, About me page, product launch, Content marketing, Webinar, Enrollment, Public relations, Social media, Website design, Video marketing

Should You Share Your Ugly Past With Your Potential Clients?

If you host webinars, give live presentations, have an "About Me" page on your site, or otherwise share your story with your audience, I have a question for you: Do you share your raw, real story, warts and all? Or do you present a pretty, polished version for fear of making people uncomfortable or making yourself look bad? A few years ago, I met a business owner who faced that conundrum. She'd been abused, had lived on the streets, and had struggled to support herself. Since then, she'd become a six-figure business owner, and she... Read More


6 Questions to Help You Create a Bio that Gets Clients

By: Stephanie Tuesday April 17, 2018 comments Tags: Marketing, Copywriting, Lead attraction, Public speaking, Client attraction, About me page, product launch, Webinar, Branding, Website design

6 Questions to Help You Create a Bio that Gets Clients

Have you ever read an "About Me" page that looked and felt like an entry in an encyclopedia, or listened to a webinar presenter share a backstory that made you wonder why they were telling you all of this? Now, here's a better question: did you read or listen to the whole thing, or did you get bored and click away from the page partway through? Some bios inspire their audiences to contact you, or encourage them to buy your services. Others attempt to show the company's or presenter's credibility, but are too dry or irrelevant to get... Read More


When The Coaching Call Presenter is Missing, Don't Miss Your Opportunity to Get Clients

By: Stephanie Tuesday March 6, 2018 comments Tags: Marketing, Lead attraction, Public speaking, Client attraction, Content marketing, Public relations, leadership

When The Coaching Call Presenter is Missing, Don't Miss Your Opportunity to Get Clients

Have you even been on a group coaching call, waiting for the presenter to show up... and waiting... and waiting... and eventually realized that they weren't going to come? Even big and successful companies have the occasional mix-up with their coaching calls. Their presenter is on vacation and they forget to cancel the call, or something comes up at the last minute, or they have some kind of technical difficulties that prevent the presenter from accessing the call. Whatever the reason, you and the other participants are now sitting there,... Read More


A Valuable Sales Lesson From a Stray Cat

By: Stephanie Tuesday November 14, 2017 comments Tags: Mindset, Public speaking, Client attraction, Enrollment, Public relations

A Valuable Sales Lesson From a Stray Cat

A few years ago, while I was on vacation, I received a very usefulsales lesson from a stray cat. I was sitting in the condo, enjoying some late-evening relaxation, when I heard meowing nearby. I got up and, to my surprise, I found a cat I'd never seen before sitting by the sliding glass door, calling for my attention. I opened the door, and thetiny animal stared up at me with a look of absolute expectancy on its face. I tried to pet it and it let me, then it continued to coax me for food. It was obvious that, in this cat's mind, providing... Read More


Why Highly Educated People Often Struggle to Make Sales

By: Stephanie Tuesday July 18, 2017 comments Tags: Marketing, Copywriting, Public speaking, Client attraction, Email marketing, product launch, Content marketing, Webinar, Enrollment, Public relations, Lead nurture, Social media, Website design, Video marketing, Referral marketing

Why Highly Educated People Often Struggle to Make Sales

If you're a highly intelligent, educated person, you probably have a special challenge when it comes to making sales. You explain your offering to your client, you tell them what you'll help them do, and you give them a list of the things they'll get... ...but instead of getting as excited as you thought they would, and immediately taking action to purchase a product they obviously need, they go blank-eyed and seem to lose all interest. They might ask you "What does that mean?", give a neutrally polite "that's interesting", or tell... Read More


Should You Say What You're Thinking, Or Not?

By: Stephanie Tuesday June 27, 2017 comments Tags: Lead attraction, Mindset, Inspiration, Public speaking, Client attraction, Email marketing, Content marketing, Public relations, Branding, Video marketing

Should You Say What You're Thinking, Or Not?

I recently had an interesting experience on an art site, and it reminded me of an important principle that applies to both your business and your life in general. I was reading a comic by one of my favorite artists, and I thought about making a comment. I typed something I thought was fitting and funny... and then paused. I found myself asking, Should I post this? Does it add enough to the conversation, or is it just more internet noise? This person already gets a lot of comments on her art. In the end, I decided to post it,... Read More



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