Coaches often think that their marketing can only fall on one of two sides of the value spectrum.
On one side of the spectrum, there’s no-value/all-pitch. Coaches think that if they want to have a chance of selling their program, they need to focus on a sales pitch instead of giving away loads of information.
The other side of the spectrum is high-value/no-pitch. They want to engage their prospects by providing useful information, but they have a hard time fitting in an offer in a tasteful way.