I’m so happy you’re back joining me for another installment in our Back-to-Basics series. The topic we’re revisiting this week is that of how you can go about pricing your coaching offer.
Category: Getting Started
This week, we take a look at exactly what you need to do in order to create your coaching offer. I share what I was taught to do, what I now recommend you do instead, some of the questions you’ll want to ask yourself during this process, and some of the things you’ll want to consider as you put together your coaching offer.
Creating clarity in your coaching requires you to get laser focused on who you want to serve, what your people need most from you, and how you want to serve them. This episode dives deep into these three components, which are the anchors of your coaching niche.
These first 13 episodes of the podcast have been all about the fundamentals of building your coaching practice and, with this episode, we’re officially wrapping up what I’ve been affectionately calling the Getting Started Series.
In this final installment of the series, I thought it might be helpful if I walked you through some of my very favorite tools that I use in my own coaching practice to keep everything running smoothly and the tools that I recommend for my clients as well.
If you have been putting into practice everything from the Getting Started series, you’re probably starting to generate interest in your coaching. So on this episode, we’re covering what you should do when someone approaches you and says “Hey, I’m interested in learning more!” Because sometimes, that can be one of the scariest parts of the process.
I am over the moon excited to bring you today’s where I had the special opportunity to provide coaching to one of my Coach with Clarity members, Nam Rindani.
Nam showed up with total transparency and authenticity and her deep desire to show up and serve her clients and her family shows up in everything she does. She is an extraordinary woman and I know there are going to be some key takeaways for you, regardless of where you are in your journey as a coach.
In this week’s episode, we’re talking all about how to connect with your audience and promote your coaching services without coming across as sleazy, because it does not feel good when we feel like we’re being pitched to or sold to in a way that doesn’t honor our role in the process. Today we’ll explore a better way to approach sales that feels good for both you AND your client.
In this week’s episode, we’re going to explore the two paths you can take to find your ideal clients. Plus, I’ll share with you the number one mistake I see coaches make when it comes to finding clients.
Today you have a front-row seat for a Coach with Clarity monthly Hot Seat coaching call, where members receive dedicated coaching right from me. On this episode, I’m talking with Kate Solis Silva about creating an aligned offer. Kate was also kind enough to come back for a follow-up call so we could go even deeper and discuss pricing her services.
This week, we’re continuing our Getting Started Series with a topic that I know many of you have questions about: how to price your coaching offer. As part of this conversation, we’re looking at what goes into setting your rates and the three important aspects you need to consider when you are setting your coaching rates.