Two Pre-Promotion Warm-Up Strategies 
to Increase Client Enrollment

Two Pre-Promotion Warm-Up Strategies 
to Increase Client Enrollment

Two Pre-Promotion Warm-Up Strategies to Increase Client Enrollment

If you want to enroll as many clients as possible the next time you promote your program or course, including a pre-warm up strategy is one of the most effective ways to do it. 

The purpose of your warm-up strategy is to create anticipation, curiosity and excitement about what’s coming, and when it’s done the right way, you’ll see a boost in enrollment. 

In this episode, you’ll discover:

  • Two specific pre-promotion warm-up strategies to increase sales
  • Examples of how to get started with this strategy in your business right now!

If you need some ideas of how to warm up your audience and get them ready for your upcoming launch, you won’t want to miss this episode!

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Use These 3 Stories to Double Your Sales  on Your Next Webinar with Kyle Gray

Use These 3 Stories to Double Your Sales on Your Next Webinar with Kyle Gray

Use These 3 Stories to Double Your Sales on Your Next Webinar with Kyle Gray

What if doubling the sales on your next webinar could be done by telling the right stories.

Our guest expert, Kyle Gray, explains how stories can help you communicate your value, drive home your teaching and create desire for your offer.

Thanks to Kyle, you’ll learn about the 3 stories you can use to double your sales on your next webinar or workshop.

On this episode, you’ll learn how to:

  • Use your own story to show the transformation and results you create.
  • Overcome objections with a story before they even come up.
  • The story you want to use to tie it all together and create demand for your offer

Tune in to discover how easy (and non-salesy) this can be.

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When to Raise Your Coaching Prices

When to Raise Your Coaching Prices

When to Raise Your Coaching Prices

If you’re wondering when to raise your coaching prices and how to go about doing it, this episode of the podcast is for you, my friend.

We get a lot of questions regarding pricing and we know it can feel a little tricky.

That’s why we’ve decided to share our simple ‘when-to-raise-your-prices’ formula with you.   

You'll get the inside scoop on:

  • How to figure out pricing if you’re a new health coach and haven’t had any clients yet
  • Establishing a starting price point for your coaching services
  • How to consistently raise your prices systematically without pricing yourself out of the market

Raising your prices doesn’t have to be as confusing or intimidating as it might seem. After listening to this episode, you are going to feel so much more confident about when and how to raise your 1:1 coaching prices with our simple formula.

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How to Create a Successful Online Coaching Program – Part 2

How to Create a Successful Online Coaching Program – Part 2

How to Create a Successful Online Coaching Program – Part 2

In our second episode of our two-part series about how to create a successful online health coaching program, we’re getting into some more nitty gritty details. We’re talking about pricing your online programs and options for how to deliver your program to your clients.

We’re also diving into what you need to do before you launch your online coaching program for best results so you’re not just guessing what your clients really want.

Plus, we’re sharing tips for getting people to sign up for your program and our simple solution for delivering your program without the tech bogging you down!

We know many of you want to add some aspect of online coaching to your business either in the very near future or somewhere down the road, so this episode will be perfect!

After listening to this episode, you’ll know:

  • How to price your online coaching program so that it reflects your solution, niche, experience, and length of program (with specific examples!)
  • The best strategies for increasing your program prices
  • How to get lot of testimonials for your online coaching program before you even launch it
  • How to deliver your program in a simple and efficient way so you can focus on delivering great content and coaching instead of worrying about the tech

Tune in so you can learn how to price and deliver your online coaching program!

Plus, be sure to download this free guide: How to Launch a Successful Online Health Coaching Program

This guide covers:

  • How to create a program your audience will LOVE
  • Some of the BEST tech tools and resources to use
  • Key strategies for launching a PROFITABLE program
  • PLUS… Tips for effectively promoting your program even if you DON’T have an email list

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Secrets to Pricing Your Health Coaching Programs

Secrets to Pricing Your Health Coaching Programs

If you're a health coach or nutritionist, one big question on your mind is likely how to price your coaching programs. I remember having this question when I was a new health coach too, so I totally get it! Just know that the pricing you decide on right now will change over the coming months as you get more experience, fine-tune your niche and get super clear on your messaging. It's easier to raise prices as you go, and getting experience as a new health coach is the best thing you can do to build your confidence.

Before we dive into how to price your programs, you want to consider two things:

1. What the transformation is going to bethe expected outcome for your clients – this is what they are paying to get. 

2. What your program will include (based on what your target audience wants  – we'll cover this in a bit)

Your clients are coming to you because they’re struggling with something they can’t figure out on their own. Or, they need your support to implement what they know they should be doing. This goes back to knowing your niche and understanding what they want help with the most. The more you know their challenges, the more you can gear your program to solve them. Check out this post to help you figure out your niche if you aren’t sure. 

Like I mentioned above, you first need to figure out the solution you provide and what your program will include . When coaches ask me, “What should I charge for my program?” I can’t offer much information when I don’t know the details about it (or what their target market is willing to pay).

So, let’s look at different elements of support you can include in your programs:

  • Workouts
  • Meal plans
  • Recipes
  • One-one-coaching (how many sessions per month?)
  • Group coaching calls (Zoom is one option).
  • Facebook group (not as important for your 1-on-1 clients, but great for group coaching programs)
  • Email support between sessions
  • Weekly check-ins (via text or email)
  • Daily prompts (via apps like NudgeCoach)

Next, you want to consider how you’re packaging your programs.

Will you offer your coaching programs based on:

  • Per session
  • Per month (if so, how many sessions per month?)
  • Per package (example: 3 or 6 months)
  • An online group continuity program – low monthly fee ($29 – $39) with no set end date – recurring revenue with more people.

You can probably now see that there are many variables to consider as you figure out pricing. Stay with me though – we’re going to figure this out together!

What you decide to price when you first start out will likely be lower than what you charge as you get more experience and build your confidence. Starting is the hardest part, right?

When I did a poll in the Health Coach Peer Support Facebook group recently, I discovered that most coaches charge by the package (3 or 6 months), but some offer month-to-month after the package program is over.

This is what I have come across for one-on-one coaching program pricing:

  • Most coaches offer two sessions per month, and the session time ranges from 45 – 60 minutes.
  • New coaches that are just starting out charge around $50 – $75 per session.
  • More experienced coaches charge $100 – $200 per session.
  • There are also coaches that charge by the package ($1,200 – $2,400) so there is quite a range.
  • The more niched your market is, the more you can charge because you're providing a very specific solution.

To discount or not to discount your programs

The value of your program is the desired outcome, so the only time I would recommend discounting your one-on-one coaching services is when you offer a savings for those that pay in full for your 3 or 6-month program. A suggested savings would be 5% (I prefer saying the word “savings” to clients vs. “discount”).  For a 3-month program priced at $600, that would be a savings of $30.

Pricing for group online programs

Again, depending on the promised outcome and what you will include with your group online program, pricing will vary. In general, group coaching online pricing is typically one-half to two-thirds of your one-on-one program because it takes up less of your time and people are not receiving one-on-one time with you.

A discount for an online program could be an “Early-Bird Savings” and/or bonus that goes away at a pre-determined date (5-7 days before your program starts is one example).  The discounted amount will depend on the regular price of the program, but 15% – 20% is a range to consider. If your 90-Day online program is priced at $297, the early-bird savings could be $50 or so. There isn't a hard and fast rule, so test your pricing until you find the sweet spot (where you get enough people enrolled, and you're earning what you want to make).

Group online programs are great because you can help people from all over the world, and you can scale your business.  Imagine taking 20-50 people through your program at one time.  You can earn more revenue and work fewer hours with this model.

Know your goals

You also want to determine your income goals, and how you can plug the pieces into place to reach those goals. For example:  If you price your 1-on-1 coaching program at $197 per month, how many clients do you need to meet your income needs? Perhaps you want to offer a combination of one-on-one coaching and group online coaching to mix things up a bit, and bring in more revenue.

Don’t stress over figuring out the exact right pricing as you get started. It will change as time goes on. Most coaches start out at a lower price so they can gain experience, build their confidence, and get testimonials.

Some coaches prefer to offer only 3-month coaching programs, then go month-to-month after that.

Start with what makes the most sense to you, and go from there. You don’t have to do what everyone else is doing so keep that in mind as you map things out, and everything doesn’t have to be perfect before you start. Remember that you can adjust course when needed!

I know from my own experience that putting together a health coaching program can be one of the biggest stumbling blocks to getting your business up and running, ESPECIALLY if you want to offer online coaching.  When I was a health coach, I created a coaching program from scratch that helped my clients get amazing results. I offer this customizable “done-for-you” program for other wellness business owners to use in their business too.  It's called “Coach with Confidence” and you can find out more about it here. This program gives you everything you need to coach your clients right now.

Oh, and before you leave, grab your FREE Ultimate Health Coach Toolkit below.  These 7 customizable client worksheets, handouts, coaching session template, Discovery Call Script, and more will be instrumental in impressing your clients and building your business.

All my best,

Kahtleen

 

How to Handle Objections from Potential Health Coaching Clients – Part Two

How to Handle Objections from Potential Health Coaching Clients – Part Two

How to Handle Objections from Potential Health Coaching Clients – Part Two

When you know how to handle objections from potential health coaching clients with confidence, you’ll be able to help more people and build your practice quicker. In the last episode, Peter shared some important mindset shifts that will help you feel more confident about the sales conversation during your discovery calls. On this episode, Peter Frumenti, of Sales Team 6, is back for part 2 of overcoming objections during your discovery calls… and boy does he share a lot of helpful information!

Let’s face it; It can feel awkward and uncomfortable when you don’t know what to say in response to someone telling you they have to think about it or check with their spouse. Lucky for us, Peter goes over his 4-step process that helps his clients uncover pain and doubt, connect the dots, and address objections with prospective clients. It not only makes the sales conversation easier, but it can also help you feel much more comfortable leading a discovery call!

In this episode, we talk about…

  • How to frame your mindset and your discovery calls for success
  • Uncovering the pain and doubt that is in the mind of your prospective client (so you can address their ‘real’ objections)
  • Tips and strategies for overcoming objections

You’ll feel empowered for your next discovery calls after you listen to this episode!

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