Creative Marketing & Implementation Strategist
Attract More Clients & Increase Your Income Creatively!
Do you know the most important part of any coaching business?
Can you tell in an instant which coaches are going to succeed?
If you’re a coach or consultant who’s struggling to crack six figures, or frustrated that you can’t seem to find a stream of new clients, you’ve come to the right place.
Building a successful coaching business isn’t complicated.
It takes hard work and a commitment to yourself, but it’s actually surprisingly simple…
…if you know the right steps to take.
The key is having a creative yet effective marketing plan that sets you apart in your industry so you can attract your ideal clients with less effort and stress.
But having a plan won’t work unless you know how to get it implemented, and not having to do it all yourself. Because you’ve probably already figured out that doesn’t work either.
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If you could wave a magic wand, how many more clients would you want in your practice or service based business?
Have you ever:
- Worried enough clients wouldn’t “come in”?
- Struggled to explain how you can help a new prospect?
- Wondered how other coaches get a steady stream of new inquiries?
- Feared you wouldn’t find new clients in time to pay your bills?
- Felt like traditional marketing advice didn’t fit your ethical framework?
- Worked 10, 12, or 20 hours a day just to keep your business afloat?
- Wished your marketing had more polish and creative flair?
If so, it’s time for you to take your business to the next level. It’s time to go pro.
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At some point, everyone has to decide whether coaching is going to be a hobby for them, or a business they can build their life around.
Both ways are fine, but the skills that get you started aren’t the skills that make you successful in the long run.
You can choose whatever you like, but I want to make sure you know that it’s your choice alone.
If you want a quiet, casual practice that pays out some pocket change a few times a year, that’s ok – we’re probably not a good fit, but I wish you well!
If you’re interested, though, in a fun, lucrative, professional practice, you owe it to yourself to seek out the best sources you can to help you build your business.
If you want to get bigger, without unethical sales tactics, boring copy, or creepy marketing tactics, it’s time to take advantage of the knowledge of those who’ve done it before you.
The key is to authentically communicate who you are, the results your clients get, and in a creative way that sets you apart from your competitors.
Haven’t you noticed that most people’s marketing looks the same, sounds the same and feels the same? Your prospective clients will assume you’re just like your competitors unless you show them something different. Quickly!
Why do I have a yellow Labrador and leopard print shoes on my website? I could tell you, but you’ll have more fun figuring it out on your own. I believe in giving people a compass, it’s so much more helpful in the long run than a map.
If you want to attract dream clients who help you work less while making more, using marketing methods which sets you apart from your competition creatively, you should see if you have The Seven Elements of Successful Coaches.
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