I struggled for 2 long years trying desperately to “get” how to make more as a coach.
Don’t do that. Do this Instead
1. FOCUS ONLY ON YOUR 1:1 OFFER
I cry a little When I see amazing coaches not making over $5K/mo. And I see it a LOT.
And almost every one of them does this BIG mistake: trying to scale with low-ticket offers.
You need to book out your 1:1 first to get really good at coaching & hone your signature framework. Only after that should you look at creating lower ticket offers.
This is because 1:1 coaching is the fastest way to scale, gather amazing testimonials (bc it gives your clients the best results) & become a go-to expert in your niche.
That’s kinda what you want, right?
2. WORK ON THY MONEY MINDSET (daily)
If you feel poor, are scared to receive or invest money & don’t feel worthy of abundance…
How are you gonna grow your biz? 🤔
3. SELL WHAT SHE *WANTS*
Forget what you’re passionate about, or what you know your dream client NEEDS to reach her goals. Instead, focus on what she WANTS. I use the Carrot Cake Analogy for this – you’re trying to sell when your dream clients want to buy!
So sell Carrot Cake – what she wants & she’ll also get what she needs once she’s inside your program.
4. RAISE YOUR 1:1 PRICES
Yep, it needs to be said – raise them sis.
Instead of half-assing your 1:1 prices & trying to cover it up with low-ticket offers – go all in. Give your clients your ALL & charge well for it.
Did you know that 50% of the transformation of your coaching comes just from the financial transaction? That’s because when a client invests in your 1:1 program they’re investing in THEMSELVES. They’re choosing to bet on themselves, their dreams & wellbeing.
Honor that & charge a price that will help both of you show up powerfully.
Which one of these do you need to work on most right now?
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