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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Have you ever found yourself navigating how to ethically raise the price of your coaching program? If you haven’t yet, you probably will in the near future.
How do you find a new fuel source when you’re no longer fueled by the need to prove yourself? What motivates you?
I think we all know that there’s a lot that goes into building, running, and growing a business while you’re also trying to maintain your health, relationships, and personal life. What are you doing to make sure that you have enough energy for all that? The truth is that it’s up to you to create and protect your energy; no one can do it for you.
I feel like in my current season of life and business, my vision keeps expanding beyond what I can control, and I’m learning to lean into that. Can you relate to this?
How do you exercise patience in a season of pivots?
I know how frustrating it can be when you feel like you are waiting for your time to come.
What gives you a competitive advantage as an online coach?
My views on competitive advantage have changed over the years as I’ve learned the difference between what we are conditioned to believe gives us a competitive advantage in the professional world and what really does.
There are likely two things missing from your marketing and content creation approach, and I’m sharing them in this episode.
In this episode, I’m sharing three ways to attract qualified leads to your program without spending money on paid ads, relying on referrals, or using manipulative sales tactics. This will help you decrease your cancellation and refund requests and make sure you are getting paid by everyone who signs up for your program.
Are you ready to start a group coaching program?
Just because you feel ready, doesn’t necessarily mean your offer is ready. There are some things you need to get lined up before you jump into group coaching.
How profitable are online businesses?
In this episode, I’m exploring what makes online businesses profitable and how it differs from what makes brick-and-mortar businesses profitable.
The expectation for exponential growth every year has become totally normalized but is it realistic?
That’s the question we’re exploring in this episode. I want to talk about whether you’re having a growth or maintenance year in your business and what that really means.
Can you charge high-ticket prices during these economic times?
You’ve probably been thinking about it, so let’s talk about it.