If you are charging thousands of dollars for your coaching programs, it is just that you offer your clients with great value for their money. You can do this by making your programs impacting, useful, and very powerful. Here’s how you can do that:
1. Stick with what you know. Avoid coaching on subjects that you are not really an expert on. You may think this is obvious but there are so many people who are trying to sink their teeth on fields that they are not very knowledgeable on as long as long as they are very lucrative. Keep in mind that you cannot possibly offer your clients their money’s worth unless you have the information that they are looking for.
2. Clients. You will need to put these people on top of your priority list. Remember, your goal here is to impress them. Before you start with your coaching programs, ask these people about their preferences. Know what mediums they would like to use, the language that they prefer, and their availability. You will need to give them exactly what they want. Remember, customers are always right.
3. Plan ahead. Even if you are extremely knowledgeable on your chosen niche, it’s still a must that you write down your action plans throughout your coaching programs to make the whole thing organized. Write down all the information that you need to share with your clients and the skills that they need to learn. Determine how much time you need and how you can transfer your knowledge to your clients the easiest way.
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Sean Mize is the author of Anyone Can Coach, the definitive guide to starting your own coaching program fast.