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Payment Plan Launched for CoachingClips.com Library
Have you been wanting to get access to this powerful training resource, but didn't want to pay it all in one go?
Well you'll be glad to know we've come up with a solution to ease the cash flow: you can now get access to the full training audio library for as little as one third down. Try out the entire library, and if you don't love it we'll give you a full re-fund.
This is the training even a coaching school cannot give you - listening to actually coaching clips with live clients, in real life situations.
Even better, they've been edited so you just get the power sections.
And - we've added two full libraries of my mentoring with coaches building their businesses!
"David, thanks so much for creating CoachingClips.com.
I've listened to all the libraries, and my coaching practice is booming
as a result. The knowledge in this resource is absolutely amazing. Thanks
for sharing it with the world!"
So I always suggest you do an 'Introductory' or 'Exploratory' session first - no cost and no obligation.
But how do you offer this? And so that they say 'yes'? In this article I'll explain exactly how to get plenty of trial sessions, which is the first step to plenty of clients.
Change Your Perspective
Firstly, are you trying too hard?
It can be useful to make a shift from: "I need to get people as ongoing clients", to "Let's see how many introductory sessions I can provide this year".
Come from a place of service. The sessions are very fulfilling, and great fun!
Prospect has asked what you do, or what coaching is - now what?
Most of these tips assume you're at some kind of party or networking
function, but they can work for anywhere:
2) Speak of what you do for people, not about what coaching is
3) They've asked 'How does it work?' Great. You might like to use Agassi or Tiger Woods as an example. They have coaches. It's not fixing their game, it's about being even better - or having even more in your life.
4) Another answer to this question might be: "I look for what's missing. Some people come to me for direction; some want accountability, so that stuff gets done. Others can simply use support or a sounding board. (Others are focus, inspiration and challenge)
5) Another great answer is: "If you could do anything, what's the number one thing you would change in your life?".
Put it back on them - after all, that's what coaching is.
6) Many people will say "that's interesting". Don't let this pass. Ask them "What about it do you find interesting?" and go from there.
7) Other great questions: "Have you ever considered working with a coach?" "If you had your own coach, what would you get started on first?"
Sometimes all it takes to set up the session is for you to invite them to have one! (I know - rocket science, right?)
"What I usually do for people who are interested in coaching, is set up a 20-30 minute chat to talk about their goals, and give them an experience of being coached. I don't mind if they become clients or not; it helps me develop my skills, and it's one way I develop referrals. No charge. Would you be interested that?"
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OK - time to set up some introductory sessions!
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