In each episode, we take a deep dive into one core growth strategy so you can gain a solid understanding of what’s required to raise your rates, articulate your value and scale your online coaching business.
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Social media has changed a lot over the last few years and buyer behavior has evolved. Your marketing strategy needs to account for that and align with your current audience.
If you’re making more than $200K a year in your coaching business, listen up.
You have some big decisions ahead of you. Are you happy where you’re at or are you ready to grow your business to seven figures?
Are you tired of having to offer discounts, lower your prices, and negotiate payment plans just to get a client to say yes?
Could it be time to revamp your coaching offer?
If you’re not sure, this episode will help you figure it out.
Anyone can make money, but which coaches are making beyond $200K in annual revenue? What are their niches and specializations?
Calling all health and relationship coaches!
Welcome to Part 3 of our four-part series all about the most profitable niches in the coaching industry.
Are you struggling to sell your career coaching program at a premium price? Let’s figure out what’s going on.
Many of us are noticing that it’s a pretty tough economy out there right now, so which businesses are still thriving and why?
Have you ever felt bad for thinking about raising your prices?
This episode is about morality, ethics, and integrity when it comes to charging more for your coaching program.
Have you ever wondered what you should be including on your social media pages to get the best conversions?
Let’s do some messaging audits and you can hear my advice to three coaches on how to optimize their social media pages to get better results.
Are you stuck in a marketing rut? Here’s a question for you: are you using your marketing to differentiate yourself from other coaches or to try to be like them?
If you feel like your business is burning you out, I want you to ask yourself this question: is it the business or is it my energy management?