You've Thought of Getting Support Around Your Coaching Business...but How Do You Decide What the Right Program is for You?We get it, it can feel so confusing to know what the right coaching program for you is. You have a unique background, expertise, and experiences, and things you look for in how you learn...
In this training, we discuss the 3 things you must look for as you decide whether a coaching program is the right program for you
1. Social Proof - is there evidence of people like you (at your particular stage in your business growing journey) getting the results you're looking for?
What does this mean? Someone that is already making $30K per month now making $90K per month isn't the same as someone who is coming in making just a few hundred now making $10K consistently.
Going from $0 to $10K a month is especially tough for so many coaches, especially if they don't have a profitable niche defined.
Are you just getting started? Then you need a mentor that has results getting beginners to start making money and bring in clients consistently.
Ask about their track record with people like you before you invest in any program.
2. What are their values?
For the most part, joining a coaching program is a longer term investment of money and time. You're going to be learning from this organization, and spending your precious time around them. Your business will be impacted by their values system, and you may or may not feel in alignment with them.
You want to make sure to conduct a values alignment check before you start working with any organization.
Basically, you want to ask: "do I trust them, do I want to spend my precious time with them and the people they bring on, and do I align with their mission statement"
3. Know Their Policies- What is their commitment to YOU, not just yours to them?
Sometimes, especially working with big name gurus people will get caught up in the excitement of the program and the big name guru, but they won't have access to real feedback on their business, the feedback you'll get is cookie-cutter advice not specific to you and your industry, and you will see the results of enrolling in this kind of program.
We have seen so many people that now work with us, invest in an initial program for tens-of-thousands of dollars, only to create a bunch of stuff...but still not consistently be making money.
As we see it, that is unacceptable.
Don't get enamored by the program, get enamored by what the program and the coaches and leadership will be able to support YOU specifically with.
4. Don't be a Bargain Hunter - you can shop for price, sign up for a course that is a few hundred dollars...but at the end of a few months you will probably (as show by the data of most courses) not have made that much more progress on your own.
We encourage you to really sign up for programs where you get VALUE, and value really comes from hands-on support around your business, not some platitudes & generalities.
If you look for and sign up for the cheapest program, you might end up with low quality results and support.
Ask for what is the return on your investment?
5. BONUS: Pay for implementation support, not just information
Look, for most of you you don't need more information...you need support around the implementation of the right strategies for your business.
If you are paying for a program, most of the value really is in the implementation of your next steps...not really in learning more things.
What was your biggest take away from this training? Catch the video below!
Luz & Matt,