As a strong independent Christian female, you know what you want to do, and you’ve got all your ideas together to get your coaching business going.
You’re stuck; you don’t know the way forward.
How are you going to implement these fantastic ideas into a workable, money-making coaching business? And all while staying true to your Christianity?
Plus, insecurities surrounding a global pandemic are probably making you nervous.
And EVEN WORSE
You’re doing everything the way you’re supposed to – you’re on social media, you’re running the Facebook ads, you’ve got your email list, and you’ve created all your funnels. And it’s just not coming together in the way you thought that it would, even though everyone around you seems to be getting it right.
So why is that?
REASON #1: Your focus isn’t revenue generating activities
All those things you do that make you feel productive, but don’t actually get you anywhere need to be avoided. Like renting out an office space in the first month when you could work from home just as efficiently. Or hiring a board of directors and a management team off the bat. These things make you sound fancy; they make you feel like you have a fully- functioning business, but when it comes down to it, all you have is somewhere nice to stretch your legs and extra salaries to pay. You’re spending money you haven’t earned yet, and that’s not a great place to be.
That’s not to say you have to go it alone – hire someone if you need to but keep it small. As your client base grows, so will your revenue – your business can expand slowly with it.
REASON #2: You aren’t clearly communicating value
Figure out exactly what you’re selling and be crystal clear about it. How are you helping people? How are you adding value? Be consistent and transparent in your communication – and then deliver what you’re selling. Be real, be helpful, and clients will flock to you. This part isn’t about you – put yourself in your client’s shoes and work out what they want from you. Give them what they want and tell them what you offer directly and concisely – no frills needed.
REASON #3: The problem you solve is not as important as you think
This can be a tough question, but vital to the success of your coaching business. If you’re selling lessons on how to tie shoelaces to a surfer – you aren’t fixing a problem worth solving (who wears lace-ups to the beach??).
If you aren’t meeting a real need, you’re wasting your time and energy.
If you find you’re doing any of these things and you’re ready to start making money the right way, join me today in my FREE :
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