Discover the New Secret to Creating A Brand New Coaching Program and Launch it Using Only Free Social Media in 10 Days or Less!

Dear Client:

Are you trying to create a coaching program but are stuck on some of the steps?

Perhaps you've written brainstormed the coaching program itself, but implementing has been a bear?

Or maybe you simply want to start a coaching program, but you struggle with the details. . .

If so, I believe you are going to love this . . .

I have created a brand-new hot-off-the-press training "How to Create Your Own Coaching Program in 10 Days" and it's cutting edge and step by step exactly how:

--> An Easy Way to Get Coaching Leads in Social Media: Facebook, Youtube, and Linkedin

--> Foolproof way to find out what folks want to learn, so you can create the perfect coaching program for your prospects

--> Choose the best way to deliver your coaching (email, skype, telephone, etc)

--> You'll likely have weekly training for clients.

You can get this to them in multiple ways:
Do a training segment on your weekly coaching call/video
Write a 10-page PDF training each week
Do a pre-recorded video or training to send out each week
Weekly training delivered in your preferred format
Open Q&A to take questions and offer coaching

--> Unique new method for getting 1-1 consulting clients - and booking yourself full very quickly!

--> The key to using free consults correctly to get new clients

--> And here's some helpful q and a from the training:

Q: If I already have a small and responsive following built up, do I want to reach out to each responsive person one-on-one for an individual coaching model or should I do a group?
 
A: It really depends on what you want to do - do you want to do 10 folks one-on-one, or all in a group. If they all have similar challenges, you may want to go with a group. You can also add related concerns into the program. I would also go ahead and offer a group program to my entire list or following (not just the 10 or so who responded to your call for challenges people are facing).
 
Q: Does offering a phenomenal coaching at a great price devalue you?
 
A: Yes, it does a little, but if you're just starting out, it's better to have more clients at a low price than to have just a couple at a higher price. You change more lives faster that way. I charge less now than I did before but I make more money than I did before. Does it devalue it a little, yes. Some people blow it off due to the low price. But I'm able to reach 20x the people - and in my mind I change more lives.
 
Note from another client: you can offer this as "intro pricing" and move it up later.
 
Q: I already have an email list and a following as well as information to start a membership. Should I got ahead and launch for $17 a month?
 
A: Yes, you can go ahead and do that. Not knowing your market I don't know exactly how to advise on pricing, but $17/month sounds reasonable. You can launch to all of your platforms. In keeping with today's theme, I recommend you still spend the next 10 days working with an integrated effort - to your email list and to your social platforms as well. Drip out some of your content there to build rapport and bring in people from there, too.
 
Q: What's a good number of participants to limit my first coaching program to?
 
A: It depends on you and your following. How many people do you realistically think would sign up if you sent out an offer to your followers? If that number is scary to you, limit it to the number of people that doesn't intimidate you. So if you think 250 people would respond, open it to 75 people this month. Then in future months you can open it to more as you feel more experienced and ready to take on more clients.
 
Q: Should I use questionnaires to qualify coaching clients first?
 
A: The place where it's most useful is with one-on-one clients, but when you're first starting out, you really just need practice talking to and coaching folks. But as you get more experienced, you'll want to use something like that to weed out the people don't really need what you're offering (or whose problem is bigger than you can help with). You can use them to weed out someone who isn't a good fit. But with group coaching you don't need it as much. A sales letter will eventually help with that, and they can drop out of the program if it's not meeting their needs.
 
Q: How do I use pre-recorded trainings but have a live Q&A for my coaching program if I want to have training and Q&A delivered on the same day?
 
A: I like to send out foundational training each week (this is usually recorded training from another live call that's meant to form the foundation of the program). Then I also offer a live call where I may summarize the training or give some new information and then open the call. The clients can go through the foundational materials on their time and I just have the one training/question combo call each week.
 
Q: If I have a cold list (I haven't emailed in about a year), how should I re-engage them? It's about 200 people. I do have an engaged Facebook following of around 600.
 
A: I'd just focus on the Facebook followers that you're active with and start building up a new list - just let the other list go since it's so cold. Use that Facebook following over the next 10 days, then start building a list from there!

 

The bottom line is, this is a POWERFUL training, it's brand new and cutting edge . . .

And for the first time EVER, I'm releasing this as a powerful stand-alone training that will change your life in one easy hour -

Now, I can't promise any kind of income level . . but I can tell you this, when my clients add a coaching program to their business, they usually love what it adds to their business . . .sometimes you can double or even triple your income by adding a coaching program . .

And this training shows you exactly what to do and how to do it fast . . . .

Now, I could make this training available at $97 or more and it would be worth every penny

But I want to make this a no-brainer for you, you don't have to ask your wife or your dog . . .

So I'm starting the price real low at Warrior Plus and the price goes up each time someone else invests:

 

So here's a quick review of what you get:

My brand-new hot-off-the-press training "How to Create Your Own Coaching Program in 10 Days" and it's cutting edge and step by step exactly how:

--> An Easy Way to Get Coaching Leads in Facebook, Youtube, and Linked

--> Foolproof way to find out what folks want to learn, so you can create the perfect coaching program for your prospects

--> Choose the best way to deliver your coaching (email, skype, telephone, etc)

--> You'll likely have weekly training for clients.

You can get this to them in multiple ways:
Do a training segment on your weekly coaching call/video
Write a 10-page PDF training each week
Do a pre-recorded video or training to send out each week
Weekly training delivered in your preferred format
Open Q&A to take questions and offer coaching

--> Unique new method for getting 1-1 consulting clients - and booking yourself full very quickly!

--> The key to using free consults correctly to get new clients

--> And here's some helpful q and a from the training:

Q: If I already have a small and responsive following built up, do I want to reach out to each responsive person one-on-one for an individual coaching model or should I do a group?
 
A: It really depends on what you want to do - do you want to do 10 folks one-on-one, or all in a group. If they all have similar challenges, you may want to go with a group. You can also add related concerns into the program. I would also go ahead and offer a group program to my entire list or following (not just the 10 or so who responded to your call for challenges people are facing).
 
Q: Does offering a phenomenal coaching at a great price devalue you?
 
A: Yes, it does a little, but if you're just starting out, it's better to have more clients at a low price than to have just a couple at a higher price. You change more lives faster that way. I charge less now than I did before but I make more money than I did before. Does it devalue it a little, yes. Some people blow it off due to the low price. But I'm able to reach 20x the people - and in my mind I change more lives.
 
Note from another client: you can offer this as "intro pricing" and move it up later.
 
Q: I already have an email list and a following as well as information to start a membership. Should I got ahead and launch for $17 a month?
 
A: Yes, you can go ahead and do that. Not knowing your market I don't know exactly how to advise on pricing, but $17/month sounds reasonable. You can launch to all of your platforms. In keeping with today's theme, I recommend you still spend the next 10 days working with an integrated effort - to your email list and to your social platforms as well. Drip out some of your content there to build rapport and bring in people from there, too.
 
Q: What's a good number of participants to limit my first coaching program to?
 
A: It depends on you and your following. How many people do you realistically think would sign up if you sent out an offer to your followers? If that number is scary to you, limit it to the number of people that doesn't intimidate you. So if you think 250 people would respond, open it to 75 people this month. Then in future months you can open it to more as you feel more experienced and ready to take on more clients.
 
Q: Should I use questionnaires to qualify coaching clients first?
 
A: The place where it's most useful is with one-on-one clients, but when you're first starting out, you really just need practice talking to and coaching folks. But as you get more experienced, you'll want to use something like that to weed out the people don't really need what you're offering (or whose problem is bigger than you can help with). You can use them to weed out someone who isn't a good fit. But with group coaching you don't need it as much. A sales letter will eventually help with that, and they can drop out of the program if it's not meeting their needs.
 
Q: How do I use pre-recorded trainings but have a live Q&A for my coaching program if I want to have training and Q&A delivered on the same day?
 
A: I like to send out foundational training each week (this is usually recorded training from another live call that's meant to form the foundation of the program). Then I also offer a live call where I may summarize the training or give some new information and then open the call. The clients can go through the foundational materials on their time and I just have the one training/question combo call each week.
 
Q: If I have a cold list (I haven't emailed in about a year), how should I re-engage them? It's about 200 people. I do have an engaged Facebook following of around 600.
 
A: I'd just focus on the Facebook followers that you're active with and start building up a new list - just let the other list go since it's so cold. Use that Facebook following over the next 10 days, then start building a list from there!

 

-- Sean Mize

P.S. I know that right now you might be thinking about just waiting on these . . .

I suggest you don't.

Here's why:

As you can see, this is special WSO pricing . . . .and it's going up every time one of your competitors buys.

If you want to get repurpose rights to this powerful training, this may be your last chance . . . just take action while you can!

 

 

 

Sean Mize

Author, Anyone Can Coach