Do you want to coach or learn internet marketing?
How many times have you heard that you need to “get the word out” in order to get clients? Or that you need a website and a Facebook page and a Twitter account and an email marketing list and business cards, and …
Stop. Just stop. Because you don’t need any of that.
You already have all the skills you need to create a high-end coaching practice.
A practice that is free of cold calling and 30-minute taster sessions. A practice that thrives and fits the lifestyle you want to live. A practice that is invigorating and fun.
You will no longer need a client more than they need you. Your clients will pay you not what they decide your coaching is worth, but what you decide your coaching is worth. And you will learn to love creating clients as much as you love coaching clients.
Coaches excel at learning to be great coaches. There are schools, books, powerful audio programs, and certifications designed to teach you to be a great coach. But, we found that the other part of the equation is missing — the business of coaching.
Let go of your fears and become a prosperous coach.
Most coaches have deep-rooted fears around selling. Are you afraid of raising your rates because “They can’t afford it.” or “I’m not worth that much.”?
It’s time to let go of your fears of being needy, pushy or disliked. It’s time to be authentic and vulnerable with your clients. It’s time to ask for what you really, really want. It’s time to only coach clients who inspire you. It’s time to master the way you communicate. And, it’s time to recognize the value you create for your clients and make bolder proposals!
“A must-read for every coach. Rich Litvin and Steve Chandler offer a revolutionary approach to creating a career and business that you love. No internet marketing. No email list. Just one great relationship at a time.”
“The Prosperous Coach grabs you by the collar in Chapter 1, and doesn’t let go. My heart is still racing. This is one of the most direct, bold, and provocative books I’ve ever read. You are doing your clients a disservice if you don’t finish it and act upon it immediately.”