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Marketing for Coaches from Book Yourself Solid is the show that's guaranteed to get you more coaching clients than you can handle, even if you hate marketing and selling. Hosted by Matthew Kimberley, with surprise appearances from the biggest names in the marketing and coaching world, this show is guaranteed to make you smile, think, and enjoy a more profitable and sustainable and relaxed career as a coach. Rated five stars everywhere that stars matter. Find out more at https://marketingforc ...
 
Jessica Freeman from Jess Creatives shares her online business and blogging strategies, so you can save time and look good online. Discover how you can create a sustainable business that works for you so that you can have a business and life you love. Jess talks about automation, web design, search engine optimization, building authority and trust, social media, getting things done and everything that works (and doesn't work) to help you better understand how to improve your online presence ...
 
The Podcast for Coaches with David Sargant is a peer-to-peer show dedicated to helping you build, grow and sustain a successful coaching business by learning from other coaches, thought leaders and subject experts. If you’re unsure on how to start a coaching business from scratch, you’ve just started an online coaching business and you’re wondering how to get your first coaching client, or you’re simply looking for ways to get more coaching clients fast, you’re in the right place.This is the ...
 
Podcast for Female Coaches. Onyinye Anike helps coaches, step CONFIDENTLY into their POWER & GOD- led PURPOSE, GAIN VISIBILITY, share their MESSAGE AUTHENTICALLY, and build wildly successful ONLINE BUSINESSES. She discusses Online Marketing, Sales, Entrepreneurship, Mindset and MOM LIFE from a HOLISTIC/Faith-Based perspective. She is passionate about helping purpose-driven moms build businesses that allow them to create generational WEALTH and massive IMPACT without having to trade time for ...
 
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How to do all the things in your business as a mother of 4 without getting bogged down? Great question and one Rachael will be answering in this episode. Rachael shares how she went from being a VA to building her own VA business, hiring team members to expand, and scale her business. Rachael shares the importance of outsourcing and understanding h…
 
There are no two ways around it: you’re known by your clients’ results, and no matter how selfish your motivation is, the only way to get your clients good results is to focus on helping them first and foremost. Today, I talk about the need for a focus on business delivery over business growth. I talk about what systems you can systematically imple…
 
A lot of us spend too much time marketing and not enough time understanding our market. In this episode, I talk about the difference between marketing and prospecting. Today, I define marketing and prospecting. I note the importance of getting to know your audience instead of simply telling a general crowd about your product. I note that knowing yo…
 
With every new year comes a new list of goals for your coaching business. But this year, I have a challenge for you: in the spirit of the importance of repetition, use this year to focus on selling just one thing. Today, I talk about the importance of focus. I discuss the power of repetition, and I note that, if you put the effort into moving forwa…
 
If you are feeling stuck in your business, knowing that you have the ability to make more money than your currently making and your doing everything but seem to have hit a ceiling that you cant seem to overcome, than join this conversation. Camille breaks down how our money mindset and unaddressed trauma could be holding us back and what we can sta…
 
Happy New Year! In this episode, I talk about the sh*t that hit the fan this past year when my ex-wife and I parted ways. During this time, I found it difficult to show up for work; on paper, I might as well have been unemployed. Yet the company’s numbers reached a record high. Why? Because I’ve designed my business to be able to function without m…
 
In recent years, I’ve done less and accomplished more in terms of impact. How? I don’t do the heavy lifting for my clients. A client recently asked me for a session summary after our meeting. In this episode, I talk about why I told her no. Today, I talk about the dangers of scope creep: the tendency to try to do everything, with the result that wh…
 
Dr. Juanita Foster shares her story of recently going full time into her business. Her strong focus on scripture & faith in helping you shift your mindset incorporating using The Model. She shares some of her techniques including doing a thought download and taking them to the already done place while assimilating scripture. We have an amazing conv…
 
It’s fairly common for a coach’s clients to want to partner up. As the coach being approached, you need to know how to respond to these propositions and recognize when to accept and when to decline them. Today, I talk about how to respond to a client’s offer to go into business together. I offer some questions to consider before answering. I share …
 
The goal of this podcast, by and large, is to be perennially valuable to you. Although actional tips are great in the moment, they’re not much use without something perennially valuable to back them up. Today, I talk about how you can be perennially valuable to your clients. I distinguish between valuable and actionable content, and I note that the…
 
In todays episode I talk about networking off social media to make sales… After the Facebook and Instagram blackout that happened, many business owners panicked when considering how to stay in contact with their audience. For me I have my podcast which leads to the importance of building your email list so that you can stay in contact and communica…
 
Brittany is so relatable. She shares her story of creating a multiple 6-figure business in 2 years while raising 3 little ones during a pandemic. Brittany is transparent about the challenges and roadblocks she encountered walking away from a lucrative corporate job to stepping fully into entrepreneurship. She talks about investing in herself both t…
 
Lakia is a Growth Mindset and Communication Expert who shares how becoming a mother sparked the idea of going into entrepreneurship because she wanted to be able to stay home with her children. She then went on to become co-founder of ByeByeBelly during the pandemic that within just a few short months became a million dollar company and allowed her…
 
Dr. Tara Hines-McCoy shares her story jumping in to coaching after 15 years in HR during the pandemic. She shares what is means to learn how to separate the work we do with who we are… Its not who we are but the work that we do. I believe that in hearing someone else's story we can learn and grow in our own business and as entrepreneurs. Its motiva…
 
As a Brand Messaging Consultant Dionne helps women tell their story through content. In today episode she shares a bit about brand positioning, sharing your story, your IT factor and personal brand with the world. She shares why she decided to jump fully into her business and invest in her business while juggling motherhood, full-time job and her b…
 
As we kick off Season 3 and get ready to celebrate the 1 year anniversary of the podcast launch.. here is what to expect in todays episode... Why I took some time off to focus on my Mastermind clients and vacation with family.. Revisiting business model and goals for 2022 along with hiring some team members Show still focused on messaging, marketin…
 
“I’d love to know where you all find the people for your networking and your clients [on social media]...I’m struggling right now to get more leads, and I’d love to hear what you’re doing to get them into your network. To reach my goal of seven leads per day is proving difficult organically.” This question, which came from our Facebook page, is a g…
 
When you’re running a coaching business, it’s tempting to think you have to bend over backward to meet your client’s schedule. But the fact is, it’s also important to consider when it suits you to meet with your client. Today, I explain why. In this episode, I talk about the importance of protecting your time. I posit that, in any client relationsh…
 
Are you a nutritionist or dietitian looking to setup your website? This video is going to walk you through what you need to start the process. If you decide you want to work with a designer, check out my services! https://www.jesscreatives.com You can watch this episode on YouTube! https://youtu.be/Ye23Kxm4N6U…
 
How long should you work with a client? I was planning to answer this question last episode, but, as happens, I got sidetracked. Today, I answer this question. In this episode, I talk about how to know how long you should work with a client. I note that the answer is different for everyone, and I explain what the Gym Membership Business Model is. I…
 
What do you do when a client has lost their mojo and doesn’t seem to care as much about their success as you do? As a coach, it’s tempting to knock yourself out for any client with a pulse, but this is not beneficial for your business or your client’s success. In this episode, I talk about how to know when you should stop working with a client. Tod…
 
In any small business, there will be tricky, awkward, delicate, or menial conversations to be had and tasks to be completed. Maybe you’re chasing invoices. Maybe you’re negotiating with a client. Maybe you just need a password reset. Whatever the case, it’s always a good idea to have an assistant to take care of these things--not only because you s…
 
If you can tell that I am a huge fan of coaching as a profession, then I assume it shouldn’t come as a surprise that I believe anything that enables people to become coaches is a force of good in the world. I wholeheartedly believe this, despite not going forward with a coaching franchise I considered years ago. A coaching franchise is an enormous …
 
Want to start selling t-shirts or mugs for your business? I love using Printify to do this, so I'm going to show you how you can do the same. As a reminder, podcast episodes are now re-purposed from my YouTube channel. This episode can be watched on YouTube at https://youtu.be/3so9vD0E-EM or search "Jess Creatives" on YouTube! See my Etsy store at:…
 
Often, business owners find themselves hovering over their business, watching the minutiae with a careful eye. They find themselves afraid to step back from the business and let it run more or less on its own. But in fact, this is precisely what they should be able to do. Today, I talk about how a business is like a child. I note that it goes throu…
 
There is a sales aphorism amongst marketers that I have been hearing forever and ever in my career: always be closing. It means always trying to make prospects buy your services, preventing them from having the space to consider what you offer as a coach. And when the picture that pops in everyone’s head every time they read “sales and marketing” i…
 
Whenever you meet somebody at a cocktail party, how do you introduce yourself and explain what you do in your coaching business? Do you tell people that you’re someone who helps “people who are tired of thinking small and guide them into unleashing their fullest potential”? Or do you say you’re a management consultant who “helps executives increase…
 
Didn't I just talk about being content free in the previous episode? I still stand by my previous statements that coaches shouldn't also be in the publishing business, but it's always good to have some content prepared because it is more than just subject matter for your courses and tips you share with your clients. In fact, content can help you en…
 
This week on the podcast, I'm talking with JoAn Richardson! In this coaching call, we talked about website opt-ins, how to juggle multiple offers on your website, and then podcast and YouTube content management.Jess Creatives tarafından oluşturuldu
 
Are you ready to get off the content hamster wheel? There is a mindset that the only additional income stream is by constantly generating new content, however that’s not always the most valuable service. Whether you are a curriculum-based coach or take a more extemporaneous approach, you don’t need to be the publisher and administrator on top of be…
 
Does this episode make you uncomfortable? Comfort is a dangerous place to be in your business. When coaches get comfortable, it makes it hard to accomplish the tasks they dislike which can halt the growth in their business. Even if you're not looking to grow, as a coach you very rarely have one client that will take care of you forever. The only wa…
 
Is there a correlation between valuable and actionable content? Everyone is trying to provide content that provides value to everyone, but it's difficult to create it when everyone has a different set of values. Instead, I want you to focus your energy elsewhere, and develop a magnetic personality that attracts clients that will want to work with y…
 
Are you feeling overwhelmed? As coaches, we are usually running the coaching, sales, marketing, and every other aspect of our business. The amount of never-ending work can certainly feel overwhelming! While some people can motivate themselves through it, others can become paralyzed and not get any work done. When you feel overwhelmed it's important…
 
Everyone talks about the importance of developing your values, your purpose, and understanding your direction, etc. While it may not seem very important, having this understanding of your values is vital when you're developing a personal brand business, because it helps attract people to you. It doesn't have to be something on a global scale like w…
 
After overcoming a challenging chapter in my family’s story, I have become prepossessed with the idea of disaster-proofing my coaching business. Because when you’re a business coach, you are essentially running a trade. When you’re running a trade, all sorts of revenue-depleting shockers could happen: an accident, a disaster, or a pandemic. It is a…
 
Seven years ago, Mrs. Kimberley gave birth to our son Edward, a bouncing baby boy with curly hair and a big, bright smile. We enjoyed the first three months with him, wallowing in his brilliance and beauty, as all parents do, as he did things for the first time. Then, a visit to the pediatrician disrupted our world and turned it upside-down: we had…
 
Inevitably in the sales pitch, the question will come up: “So how much does it cost?” For a variety of reasons, you may not want to give an exact answer up front. What are some ways to respond without giving up control of the situation? Today, I talk about this question. I discuss different reasons why you might not want to give your price right aw…
 
Why is selling someone else's product easier than selling your services? So many people approach me asking for advice about this particular problem. While I am no psychologist, I find that many people tend to have personal problems disguised as business problems. The good news is that there are ways to overcome these personal struggles; you just ne…
 
It’s easy to say that you should pursue potential clients that are already in your orbit, but how do you create that orbit? What you need is an Always-Have-Something-to-Invite-People-To Offer. Today, I discuss this strategy. I talk about how important it is to have a ready event where the people in your community can interact with you. I discuss wh…
 
How can you charge more for your services? What are the biggest shifts required to make that change? I believe the most crucial shifts are going to be external, practical ones--as opposed to internal, mindset ones--and today I share with you two key ways to set your sights higher and start earning more. Today, I talk about why you shouldn’t charge …
 
Clients tend to fall into one of three categories: the ideal ones, who energize you and are exciting to work with; the midrange ones, who aren’t so great but they’re not bad either; and the duds. What do you do about the duds? Today, I talk about why you don’t need to keep your dud clients. I discuss the importance of the energy you and your client…
 
Want (or need) a break? In this episode, I'm sharing how you can prepare your business for some time off! Whether it's vacation, a sabbatical, or something like maternity leave –– you can take a break, and keep your business afloat.Jess Creatives tarafından oluşturuldu
 
As I’ve discussed in previous episodes, there are different types of clients. You may be surprised to learn that how good your clients are is, to an extent, within your control. Today, I talk about what you can do to improve your dud clients instead of dumping them. I talk about the value of working with the right people, and I share the three tier…
 
For every micro-cosmic success that I may have achieved, none of it would have been possible had I tried to do all of it on my own. I’ve mentioned this in previous episodes, but getting help and investing in the right tools have helped me be more proactive in maintaining my business relationships that make it possible for me to continue working. On…
 
Ruth Kudzi is a business coach who helps her clients leverage their leadership skills and build their resilience, so they have businesses that represent them. In addition to her own successful coaching business and as a former Deputy Head Teacher and accredited trainer she wanted to create her own academy to support people in becoming coaches. Her …
 
Do you need to develop a new program over 9 months? We do need to workshop new products with clients, but many believe that the only way to perfect it is through working with those clients at a cheap rate for an exceptionally long period. However, I've found that if you develop a product over several months, you're more likely to lose momentum, and…
 
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