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How to Keep Your Clients Longer, and Give Them Better Results

By: Stephanie Tuesday May 7, 2024 comments Tags: product creation, Business planning

How to Keep Your Clients Longer, and Give Them Better Results

Would you love to keep your coaching clients longer, and get paid more for giving them even BETTER results? I recently gave a coach an idea she can use to do exactly that. This coach and I were talking about how she helps people recover from being in a toxic relationship with a narcissist. She told me about the things she’s already teaching her clients, and I was impressed. It sounds like she already has an amazingly valuable coaching program! But as always, I was keeping an eye out for ways to get her and her clients bigger and better... Read More


UPCOMING EVENT! Course Creation Made Easy: Create a Coaching Program that Sells!

By: Stephanie Tuesday February 6, 2024 comments Tags: product creation, Business planning, Marketing, Lead attraction, Client attraction, product launch

UPCOMING EVENT! Course Creation Made Easy: Create a Coaching Program that Sells!

β€œWhat am I missing in the time I spend on this?” Have you ever asked yourself that question? How many hours have you spent creating your coaching program the long, hard way? And what else could you have accomplished in those hours? How many emails could you have cleared from your inbox in the time it took you to figure out what to write in your program’s first lesson? What precious lifelong memories could you have made with your loved ones, in the time you spent trying to identify and fill gaps in your content? How many... Read More


4 Steps to Reach Your Coaching Goals in 2024

By: Stephanie Monday January 1, 2024 comments Tags: product creation, Mindset, Motivation, Business planning

4 Steps to Reach Your Coaching Goals in 2024

Do you have a concrete plan to reach your goals for your coaching business in 2024? New years are often times when we make resolutions and set goals. You might be planning to turn your wisdom into a coaching program, get more consistent with your content creation, or write a book. Whatever your goal is, having a plan in place to reach that goal - as well as the support you need to stay in action when things get busy or challenging - can be the difference between failure and success. Here are 4 strategies you can use to make sure your... Read More


FREE MASTERCLASS: Course Creation Made Easy

By: Stephanie Tuesday August 29, 2023 comments Tags: product creation, Time management, product launch, Business planning

FREE MASTERCLASS: Course Creation Made Easy

Would you love to get your coaching program outlined in 1 hour or less? I'm sharing my September blog post early, because I want you to know about something special I've got coming up: Course Creation Made Easy: Beat the Blank Screen, and Get Your Coaching Program Created Fast! In this FREE 30-minute masterclass, you'll discover how to: πŸ’°πŸ‘©β€πŸ‘©β€πŸ‘¦β° Create more wealth, impact, and time freedom by serving more of your ideal clients in less time. πŸ’₯ Blow your clients' minds with life-changing "Ah, ha!"... Read More


Stop Sending Friend Requests to Random People... and Try This Instead

By: Stephanie Tuesday June 6, 2023 comments Tags: Marketing, Lead attraction, Mindset, Client attraction, Public relations, Business planning, Lead nurture, Social media, Sales

Stop Sending Friend Requests to Random People... and Try This Instead

Are you sending friend or connection requests to random people on social media, in hopes of growing your network and getting clients! without having a plan for what you'll do if they accept? Then we've got a problem! Because you're probably spending WAY too much time on your social media marketing, for too little results! Here are two simple strategy adjustments you can use to get more leads on social media, with roughly the same amount of time and work. 1. Focus on connecting with people who've expressed interest in... Read More


How Coaches Inspired Me to Buy Their Coaching Programs

By: Stephanie Tuesday March 7, 2023 comments Tags: Marketing, product creation, Copywriting, Lead attraction, Client attraction, Email marketing, product launch, Content marketing, Enrollment, Business planning, Sales

How Coaches Inspired Me to Buy Their Coaching Programs

It's hard to believe I'm approaching the ten-year anniversary since starting my business! As I look back on this past decade and the lessons it's taught me, one of the things that stands out in my mind is the number of coaching and training programs I've gotten into, and the things that motivated me to sign up for them. Today, I'd like to share a few of those things, because what motivated me to buy those programs might be what motivates your own potential clients to sign up for your offer. I'll also share a mistake I made a couple... Read More


Are You Focusing Your Time on the Right Things?

By: Stephanie Tuesday January 3, 2023 comments Tags: product creation, Time management, Copywriting, Mindset, Mindset, Business planning

Are You Focusing Your Time on the Right Things?

As you work on mapping out and implementing your plans for 2023, I'd like to remind you of a simple but significant truth: You don't have to do everything yourself. Yes, there are some parts of your work that only you can do. There are pieces of wisdom and expertise that only you can share, relationships you need to be personally involved in building, and client-attracting displays of your personality that only you can make. But if any of the following is true for you, it might not be wise to try to do every part of every task. ... Read More


How to Balance Multiple Passions While Growing Your Business

By: Stephanie Tuesday November 1, 2022 comments Tags: Time management, Mindset, Inspiration, Business planning

How to Balance Multiple Passions While Growing Your Business

As an entrepreneur, one of the challenges I face "β€œ and one of the benefits I enjoy "β€œ is that I'm multi-passionate. I love helping people convey their wisdom in a way their clients can easily understand, implement, and get value from "β€œ in formats ranging from emails and articles to coaching or training courses. I also love to create art and write fiction stories, especially platonic love stories. Unfortunately, while some passions can be combined into a single offer, and some fields of work require similar skills... Read More


A Tale of Two Coaches: Why One Got High Engagement, While The Other Got Dead Air

By: Stephanie Tuesday September 6, 2022 comments Tags: Public speaking, Customer Service, Business planning, Customer retention

A Tale of Two Coaches: Why One Got High Engagement, While The Other Got Dead Air

A few years ago, I was working with several different coaches. Two of them in particular stuck in my mind, because of the striking difference in the level of engagement they had in their group coaching calls. One of them "β€œ I'll call him Coach J "β€œ spent the entire call talking with his students, answering their questions, learning about their situations, and helping them move closer to their goals. The other "β€œ I'll call him Coach B "β€œ asked questions, and was often met with silence. Both of these coaches had good advice... Read More


A Coaching Program Creation Mistake that Wastes Your Time and Scares Away Clients

By: Stephanie Tuesday August 2, 2022 comments Tags: product creation, Time management, Copywriting, Mindset, Client attraction, Business planning, Business planning, Sales

A Coaching Program Creation Mistake that Wastes Your Time and Scares Away Clients

Today, I'd like to talk about a mistake some coaches make while creating their offers. This one error can create a load of extra work for you, and can actually scare your clients off of buying your product. That mistake is: overcomplicating things . This is an especially easy trap to fall into if you aren't confident in your value and the value of your teaching. If you aren't sure that your coaching is good enough, you might find yourself padding your offer with bonus after bonus (without doing it strategically!) or adding more... Read More



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