Before you have the next conversation with a prospective client, it’s important you have each of these 5 things in place. If you don’t – you’ll find it very hard to make the sale. Don’t make the same mistakes as so many other coaches are making.
When it comes to networking, who do you think does it better? Extroverts or Introverts? The answer may surprise you.
I’m a planner. I like to have everything in place, well in advance to it happening. You can imagine my panic when my husband suggested an interstate weekend – just 5 days away. Here’s what happened…
Just had a conversation with a prospective client and they’ve said ‘No’ to your services? Before you feel tempted to do either of these 3 things (which is typically what coaches will do) – don’t.
For many business owners having to introduce themselves to a group of strangers at a networking event is something they fear. However, when it comes to networking, F.E.A.R. is actually a very good thing.
6am. My favourite time of day. Why? Because there are no interruptions. It’s peaceful. It’s silent. I didn’t always appreciate silence. Nor did I realise that ‘noise’ was not just something that occurred from external sources.
Do you cringe at the thought of having to sell your services? As a heart-centered coach – the last thing you want to come across as, is pushy or salesy. But avoiding having these conversations and not signing up new clients, isn’t the answer either. So, what should you do?
Meeting and striking up a conversation with a stranger at a networking event can be a nerve-wrecking experience for even the most experienced business professional.
Focus…It’s something that can either help OR hinder you from taking your business to the next level. So what are you currently focused on?
Are you still charging by the hour and following a time-for-money business model? On today’s show I share why this model will stunt your business’s growth, and what you should be doing instead.