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Subject Line: If You’re A Business Coach, Here’s How to Bring Magic to Your Community
Group coaching programs have gained quite a bit of momentum among business coaches. It’s a fun way for coaches to work with more people without tying them to more one-on-one client work. It’s an easy way to make coaching more available, and affordable, to everyone. And it’s a simple avenue for coaches to add more profit to their bottom line.
Hmm… fun, easy & profitable? That sounds like something right out of the mouth of Nicole Dean, and that’s because it is. Chances are you’ve more than likely heard her say “what would be fun, easy, and profitable for you?” That’s exactly what she says when she’s working with her coaching clients!
Speaking of Nicole Dean, she ties into this email perfectly 😉 Circling back around to group coaching, her and her biz partner Melissa, over at Coach Glue, have just released a new guide: 3 Ideas for Your First or Next Group Coaching Program (YOUR LINK HERE).
It doesn’t matter if you’re a newbie to the coaching world or a veteran coach, this guide was created with you in mind. You’ll discover three different ideas for a group coaching program. Each one will discuss what it is, how it works, what coaches would benefit most from it (who it’s for), a recommended price point and then it also lists some pros and cons too.
Another thing I wanted to mention about group coaching programs is that one of the reasons they have become so popular amongst coaches is because it’s the “simplest” way for coaches to grow their biz. There’s only so many hours in a day so it limits how many one-on-one clients you can work with. And it doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure out that the more one-on-one clients you take on, the less freedom you have and the more tied you are to your computer.
But with a group coaching program you can work with more people at once. Maybe you want a smaller, more intimate coaching program so you’ll only open the group up to 10. Or maybe you’ll offer a larger group coaching program and make it available to 25.
The awesome thing about group coaching programs is that each coach gets to individualize how their program works. Just because one platform is knocking it out of the ball park for one coach, doesn’t mean it works for you.
And the last thing I wanted to mention; some coaches think that for their community to get anything from coaching it must be done one-on-one. But there’s magic that happens in a group setting. It brings so much more to the table – different perspectives, different personalities and energy! When done right, group coaching really is beneficial and a win/win for all involved.
So, I encourage you to grab Nicole & Melissa’s newest guide 3 Ideas for Your First or Next Group Coaching Program today!
Oh, and did I mention that you can pick this up for FREE?
What are you waiting for, get your copy today! YOUR LINK HERE
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Subject Line: Calling All Business Coaches! This One’s for You…
Today, I have a couple questions for you…
Are you a business coach who wants to scale your biz, but aren’t sure how?
Are you a new biz coach ready to hit the ground running?
Are you a seasoned coach looking for a fun way to work with more people without taking on more one-on-one clients?
It doesn’t matter which one of these questions you can relate to, if you’re a business coach I have a resource I’m excited to share with you today. It’s from the gals over at Coach Glue so you know it’s going to be good.
This new resource was created with all business coaches in mind and it’s on a popular topic – group coaching. Group coaching programs are becoming more and more popular. And done right, they can be a huge win/win situation for everyone involved.
Why group coaching? There are several different reasons, but probably the most popular reason is it’s an easy way for coaches to scale their business without chaining themselves to their computer with more one-on-one client work.
They’re new guide, 3 Ways to Start Your Group Coaching Program (INSERT YOUR LINK HERE) is going to… well, you guessed it, give you a glimpse into three different types of group coaching programs.
The awesome thing about group coaching is that it’s not a one size fits all scenario. What works for one coach, might not work for you. And that’s ok. You get to play around with the different formats to find what you and your community loves best.
In the 3 Ways to Start Your Group Coaching Program Guide, each one of the three different group coaching program ideas will go into some different details. You’ll discover:
- Who it’s for (what type of business coach it would work best for)
- A recommended price point (obviously only you can decide on a price point that works for you & your community but this information is perfect if you’re not sure what to charge; you’ll get an idea what a program like that can be priced at)
- What it is (a description of what that specific program is)
- How it works (how that specific type of group coaching program works)
- A handful of pros & cons about that type of coaching program
And the best part? It’s FREE! Yep, that’s right they are giving this guide away. I think they’re crazy for not charging, but hey who I am to argue with those two smart, savvy biz gals? 😉
So, what are you waiting for? Head on over and grab a copy of 3 Ideas for Your First or Next Group Coaching Program right now: YOUR LINK HERE
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P.S. Again, it doesn’t matter if you’re a seasoned coach who’s been around awhile or a newbie coach, this guide is perfect for any coach looking to start a group coaching program.