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How to Keep Your Clients in Scope When Your Business Is Growing



 

It comes down to leadership and a big part of leadership in the coaching world comes down to framing. You can get away with anything if you frame it up right upfront.

It’s way easier to frame. Two drops of framing is way better than a ton of reframing after the horse has bolted.

So, here’s the good news. You’re in perfect place to do some framing.

So how do you turn it into more of a coaching program?

How to Systematically Upgrade Students to Your Coaching Program



 

I’ve got a question from Rachel who wants to know how best to systematically take people who bought a course and upgrade them into coaching.

I’m going to share with you a few ways to systematically make sure that happens. And so, there are two types of models:

 

Event-based Model

Firstly, an event-based model. It’s very common in the course world to sell a course and bonus people into an event.

Run Your Business Like a Mad Scientist

 

 

This is another episode in waiting for takeaway food with Taki. I’m at the front of Burgers on Parade in Avalon.

I’m just going to read Tim Ferriss’s new book.

But I had an idea of something to share, and I thought I could just share this with you instead because —really, it’s hard work.

Talking is easy, let’s just do that, hey.

So,

Why I’m Not Running My Event This Year (And Maybe You Shouldn’t Either)

 

 

I hope you’re doing amazingly well.  I’m down here at Mona Vale Beach.

Just had a quick swim and thinking about changes to the model.

I don’t know how you run your coaching business, but Kiri-Maree and I, we’ve been doing this for a little while.

And every year —at the end of the year— we go, “So, what part of last year gets to come with us and what part of —what are we going to start fresh and scrap?

How to Bring People into an Existing Group That’s Already Started Without Them Getting Lost

In this video, I want to answer a question I just got from Jada…

And Jada said – I’m paraphrasing, but something like, “How do you enroll people into an existing program – in a way that lets you on-board people evergreen without anyone getting lost; either without their –the new people diluting the group or without them diluting the group because they’re noobs or because they’re behind everybody else.

So, I’m going to answer that today. 

How to Structure a 12-Month Program

In this quick video, I’m gonna show you how to design a 12-month program so the clients get great results. 

One of the big problems that happens a lot when you design a 12-month program is, if I’m doing online courses, it’s kind of linear, like you know, you do step 1, step 2, step 3, step 4, that’s cool for like, a short course. But if you do something like 12 months or more, and it’s linear, then it’s really hard because if somebody joins today and all the other people are already 3 or 4 months in, the new people seem to drag the other people down or they just get lost. Does that make sense guys?

Why 81% of Coaches Fail

We’re talking about some of the reasons why coaches fail.

A great client of mine, Simon Reynolds, wrote a book called Why People Fail. There’s a lot of books about success but very few about failure. The idea is, if we could learn from our failures, we can avoid them.

That fact is, 81% of coaches never make it past year three. This is what happens to them:

Go Broke

Most of them go broke.

How to Help Clients Win

Right now, I’m going to give you a simple tip on how to get better results for your clients without you working any harder.

How to Wear the Right Underwear as a Coach

Hey Rockstar, Taki Moore here from Coach Marketing Machine. Live in Santa Monica. Today, I am going about how to wear the right underwear as a coach.

And we’ll be talking about how to wear the right underwear as a coach, specifically, how to design the perfect business model for you. So one of the risks we have often is we look around what other people are doing and blindly following someone else’s tactics. We end up following somebody else’s business model like how I started.