One thing we’ve all learn current world events is that almost anything can be translated from in person to online. I’m taking my belly dance class online, my kids are getting taught in all subjects via laptop and even dungeons and dragons are getting zoomed.
So if you’ve always imagined growing your coaching practice by rolling up your sleeves and find clients by heading off to in real life networking events, offering live workshops or doing meet-ups – in a different sort of way you still can.
It just takes the three C’s: a strong internet connection, chemistry and a clear vision on how your coaching offering helps your ideal clients. And a few bonus ‘C’s you’ll hear in this week podcast.
Listen in on this 61st episode I’m diving into the blessings that is we get to do this important work of our, despite the life-saving self-distancing measures we find ourselves adhering to these days. It’s amazing how because of the magic of technology and our inextinguishable entrepreneurial grit.we can still connect with the moms who are waiting for our special brand of support in the form of a clear, outcome-based coaching offering.
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Hang on to your internet and woo connection as we dive into:
Getting clear on your ideal client and resting assured that your ideal client resides in your niche. So be sure to head over to Mom Coaches Getting Clients Facebook Group to move through the Nail Your Niche exercise if you don’t have a niche statement yet.
Choose an online platform that makes sense for both your ideal client and for you – Instagram, Facebook and Linkedin. One where they’re hanging AND that you enjoy spending time at (but don’t spend TOO much time there – you got work to do)! Get learned on this platform’s ins and outs and then get in there and be helpful.
Mindset is everything! If you have your niche nailed, let that hammer in your mindset to ‘managed’ each and every morning. Remind yourself of who you serve, the one struggle you help them through and the results that working with you in a coaching relationship delivers.
Making sure it’s obvious where an ideal client should go to learn more about you.
The importance of capturing their email address and having a simple nurture sequence in place so they learn more about you, what you offer, how you ‘speak’, and you can demonstrate that you’re consistent, you show up, are a leader and can help them reach their goals.
And if you need help with any of these pieces, this is what I do everyday with my clients. Let’s hop on a call so I can hear where you’re at in your coaching journey and where you want to be. I’ll see how you can get the clarity on what to do every day to make clients roll in with more woo, less woo-woo (ie fluffy talk – we need you to explain with concrete languaging what it is you do)!
Book your discovery with me here: https://www.blissbeyondnaptime.com/discovery-call