For years, I have been helping coaches create the businesses of their dreams, that serve more ideal clients, and that make more money without necessarily working more hours.
You might have the best training, have the best ideas & programs, and really want to make a difference but if you are invisible online, it won’t matter.
- A training/coaching program is tangible and as an entry product, reasonably priced. The barriers to signing up for your program are lower than for a higher-priced 1:1 program.
- It has a finite length and in the eyes of your potential client, it is easy to give it a try.
- It is a step-by-step process that is easily understood and focuses on the benefits and outcomes that your ideal client is looking for. We LOVE systems.
- Your program is unique and approaches the problem from your prospective and and with your life experience. Yes, others may be focusing on the same problem but not in your unique way and with your unique point of view and experience.
- Your clients get great results quicker because they are following a step-by-step process led by you. Rather than reading and collecting information, you are giving them a plan and support for transformation.
- You can help more people with a signature training or coaching system. You can build your business with a single signature program. You can deepen learning and offer VIP days focusing on one aspect of your signature program. You can leverage content and build longer programs. You can spin off content into its own product.
Send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and we can discuss how we can work together.
Andrea Cinnamond is a creative online business strategist and implementation specialist (she brings ideas to life). She is a trained business coach, technical virtual assistant and a certified online business manager. She loves nothing more than creating beautiful projects for her clients such as training and coaching programs, websites, telesummits, 30 Day Facebook challenges, virtual teleseminars and teleseminar series, custom journal and many other cool things that can be offered online or in-person.
When she is not playing around on her computer, this ex high-tech scientist is raising three children (an 14-year old daughter and twin 12-year old boys) and their cat Amesbury in the historic Back Bay of Boston, knitting, sewing, reading, doing mixed media art and going to countless spin and barre classes.
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