There’s no greater rush than landing a new mom coaching client. Not only are you creating money doing what you love but it’s the knowing you get to help someone in need. That this is just the start of a beautiful journey for both you and your new client. And just like any other relationship there are so many ways for this new chapter to begin. One of my favorite ways to help my clients who are new to offering coaching services to moms is to offer free or paid workshops.
Surprisingly, both are easy gigs to land and both are lucrative in the sense they build your exposure to your on or offline community, grow your confidence in your coaching skills and help you get comfortable with you stepping into the new role you have as a mom coach. Here’s how to do it.
On this week’s podcast episode you’ll hear:
The demand there currently is for moms to find the support and connection they crave and need in these times of isolation and disconnect.
How to sell your coaching services in a way that doesn’t violate the terms of your workshop facilitation
How to approach and pitch yourself to agencies that are seeking guest experts to talk to moms
How this is a microcosm to how you will continue to get clients as you grow your audience online.
Featured on the podcast:
Mom Coach School – my 12 week training plus one year of support coaching certification for moms now offers a VIP option for those craving more one on one support as you start and grow your mom coaching biz
Get on the waiting list for Mom Coach Club! We are set to launch in April and will include such workshop templates
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