Adding Bonuses to Your Program to Increase Sales

Adding Bonuses to Your Program to Increase Sales

Adding Bonuses to Your Program to Increase Sales

Did you know adding bonuses to your programs can dramatically increase sales? Bonuses are often the tipping point for people to take action because it’s just too good to pass up! I don’t know about you, but I’ve enrolled in numerous courses or programs, so I could get my hands on the bonuses!

You may be wondering what type of bonuses would work and how do they help boost sales.

This episode is Part 1 of a two-part series that we know will give you some great ideas!

And as a “bonus” for you—we’ve created an awesome resource to help you determine your bonus package for your next program! Scroll down to grab it.

In this episode, we talk about…

  • The power of bonuses and how they can turn a maybe into a YES
  • How to add the RIGHT bonus to your program
  • The 4 common TYPES of bonuses to consider adding to your program
  • Common MISTAKES to avoid when adding bonuses to your program
  • The importance of PLANNING your bonuses

If you’re ready to boost sales for your next program promotion, give this episode a listen!

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How to Start and Run Your Own Mastermind Group

How to Start and Run Your Own Mastermind Group

How to Start and Run Your Own Mastermind Group

Have you ever thought about starting your own mastermind group? There are both paid and free mastermind groups out there, and I’ve belonged to both.  The one I find the most value in is the peer-run (free) mastermind I’m in with 3 other friends/colleagues.

I’ve been in a mastermind for over 4 years with my friends Karen Pattock and Lori Kennedy (Alicia Streger joined us about a year ago), and since it’s been one of the best things we’ve done for our businesses, we wanted to give you an inside look into how we do it.

We’re sharing a recording of an episode we did on Lori Kennedy’s podcast (The Business of Becoming Podcast) where we give a behind-the-scenes look at how mastermind programs work, how we run ours and how to structure your own mastermind if you’re thinking about starting one.

In this episode, we talk about…

  • Reasons to establish a mastermind group
  • The structure (outline) of our mastermind calls
  • Suggestions for what to discuss in a mastermind group
  • The differences between peer-run and paid mastermind groups
  • Tips for creating a successful peer-run mastermind group
  • Level of commitment required for a successful mastermind group

Happy listening!

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The Year in Review and a Look Ahead

The Year in Review and a Look Ahead

The Year in Review and a Look Ahead

Are you ready for a new year of possibilities? You have the power to decide how you will create opportunities to reach your goals, and we’re excited to be a part of it with you. To ring in the New Year, we decided to have an open conversation and discuss 5  “Year-in-Review” questions and 5 “Year-Ahead” questions of each other, and we recommend you do the same. 

This is a bit of a behind-the-scenes look into our lives, what goes on in our business and some things we hope you take away to help you in your business this year.

Here are the questions we answered on this episode. Now it’s your turn!

Year-in-Review:

  1. What was one of my favorite accomplishments in 2018?
  2. What are 3 adjectives that best describe last year?
  3. Did I take some time to celebrate success last year? Give an example.
  4. What advice would I offer someone else on the basis of a lesson learned this year?
  5. What’s one thing I was a part of that I will remember for the rest of my life?

Year-Ahead

  1. If I could wave a magic wand and master one skill, what would it be? Why?
  2. How do I want to show up in my business and in my life in 2019?
  3. What 3 adjectives describe how I want to feel in 2019?
  4. What one thing am I curious to learn more about (business or personal)?
  5. What’s your #1 business goal for 2019?

If you’re curious how our year as business owners turned out this year, and what we expect for the year ahead, be sure to tune in!

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How to Use Workshops to Fill Your Health Coaching Programs

How to Use Workshops to Fill Your Health Coaching Programs

How to Use Workshops to Fill Your Health Coaching Programs

This episode of The Wellness Business Podcast features an awesome health coach who’s giving us an inside look into how she uses workshops to fill her coaching programs. 

Our guest, Heather Woodruff, has taken the workshop strategy to an entirely new level, and she’s going to tells us exactly what she’s doing, so you can use her strategies in your business. 

She has used workshops to generate revenue, grow her email list, and enroll new one-on-one coaching clients into her program.  We appreciate her coming on the podcast to talk about what she’s doing!  We know you’re going to love this!    

In this episode, we talk about…

  • In person workshops vs. online workshops
  • Transitioning from free workshops to paid workshops and how to price them
  • The mindset hurdles she overcame in the process
  • How to effortlessly lead people to your paid programs

PLUS..

  • Heather’s Top 3 Tips for Workshop Success

If you want to know how to use workshops to get more clients in the new year, be sure to tune into this episode, because we are breaking it all down for you!

Happy listening!

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Building Your Wellness Business Brand from Scratch

Building Your Wellness Business Brand from Scratch

Building Your Wellness Business Brand from Scratch

If you’re a new health coach, you know how much work it is to build your brand and your business from scratch.  Sometimes you may even feel like you’re not sure where to begin.

For this episode, we are welcoming back one of our favorite business mentors, Ryan Lee.

Ryan understands what it means to build a wellness business from scratch because he’s built several multiple 7- figure businesses himself.

During this interview, he defines what a brand entails and discusses how to know whether to establish a personal brand or a company brand first. Ryan also explains the importance of a brand’s vibe and building your brand before you build your product.

In this episode, we talk about…

  • Finding the vibe of your brand
  • Knowing what niche your brand will serve
  • Product testing and listening to the market  
  • Front-end products that generate customers    
  • New strategies to build brand awareness
  • How to leverage other people’s audiences

Let me know what you think of the episode after you listen!

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Small Wins Lead to a Successful Wellness Business

Small Wins Lead to a Successful Wellness Business

Small Wins Lead to a Successful Wellness Business

Owning your own business is a lot of work, and sometimes we don’t recognize the progress we’re making, but small wins lead to a successful wellness business, over time. It’s easy to feel frustrated when things aren’t happening as quickly as we’d like, so if that’s how you’re feeling right now, this is perfect timing for you! 

In this episode you’ll learn strategies on how to ‘small win’ your way to a successful wellness business. No one goes from zero social media followers or clients to ten thousand followers or a full practice overnight. If you’re finding yourself confused or frustrated with building your business, you’re going to love this.

In this episode, we talk about…

  • Overcoming the struggles of building your own business
  • What it means to have an “All In” or “Not In at All” mindset   
  • How little quits add up and sabotage your success
  • The power of little commitments and building your way to success
  • Our 10 Small Win Recommendations (see the list below)

Here are the 10 tips we shared in the episode. Be sure to listen as we explain each one, give examples and share some of our top resources to make it easier for you.

  1. Pick one or two social media platforms
  2. Set your work schedule
  3. Delegate
  4. Focus on actions that bring clients
  5. Keep a to-do list and review it the night before
  6. Systematize
  7. Be selective of your commitments
  8. Implement what you learn
  9. Set goals and deadlines
  10. Schedule down time to recharge

Enjoy the episode!

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