Are you a coach who relies on “morning routine” activities (like affirmations and visualizations) to get in an excited state before working on your business?
Do you also use these every single morning to maintain a high level of belief and confidence in the offer that you sell?
What if - instead of manually inserting thoughts into your brain to create emotions..
You just picked a niche you’re really excited about…
And created an offer that you can truly deliver on?
A child doesn’t need any type of mental exercises to get in a peak state of excitement, or to be highly present and creative.
So when does the child get out of touch with that natural ability?
Let me talk a bit on why we end up choosing things we don’t want...
As we grow up, our parents and society spend a lot of time telling us what we should and should not do.
“Don’t sit there. Don’t pick that up. Don’t say that. Do this. Be good. Follow the rules”
If you were locked in a library for the entire day, and you could read books on any topic you wanted...
What types of books would you grab before you headed to the couch?
What subject areas are the most exciting for you to learn about right now?
Now, take your top 1 or 2 answers and ask yourself this...
"Am I serving my clients in this very same niche?"
If you're not, then your coaching business is out of alignment.
If you're not excited enough to keep learning and growing in a certain area, you're not excited enough to COACH in that area either.
The best coaches are the ones who really love what they help people with.
They're so passionate about it that you can feel it.
And, they have no trouble selling their program either because that passion is tangible in their marketing and on their sales calls.
So, how do so many coaches end up solving problems for clients that they aren't that excited about?
One reason is lack of confidence. They don't feel qualified yet in their area of...
Have you ever noticed that what most people really want is to FEEL a certain way?
We say we want more money or a better relationship, but what we really want is the feeling (we hope) these things will bring.
What if you could feel that way BEFORE getting the thing you say you want?
What if getting into that feeling would make getting what you want even easier?
Kristine Kolzing is an expert in "alignment", which means BEING the person you need to be first in order to get the things that you want.
This is the step we always miss (we think we need to achieve a goal and then it will make us into a certain person).
I was blown away by this perspective and learned a ton during our time together.
If you want to make success a lot more fun and easy - this is not an interview you want to miss.
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If you're a successful...
If you're a coach doing less than 10K/month and you're overwhelmed by all of the different platforms and social media channels....
(Yet you're thinking that these platforms are the key to success in your business...)
It's time for a correction in your thinking.
These platforms are not your business and they will not save your business.
You can't throw gas on a fire that isn't burning.
Allow me to explain...
Coaching and training has been around as early as the 60's and 70's.
This is when seminars started to pop up and corporate companies began hiring coaches within their organizations in the 80's.
The internet didn't get big until the 90's - and even then, there wasn't a huge "online education" or "content creation" presence during that decade.
But - if Youtube, IG, FB, podcasts, email lists, webinars, funnels, websites, (and all the new sexy platforms like Community or Clubhouse) are the foundation of our coaching businesses, then....
What the hell did all those coaches do before...
If you're a coach doing less than six figures per year, here's a list of things that don't matter:
-doing a launch
-setting up an email sequence
-any software like Kajabi or Clickfunnels (or any email software)
I see far too many people getting hung up on a piece of software, as if that software is somehow going to print them money and essentially "be" their business.
That's no different than going to Home Depot, buying a drill, and then hoping the drill will build you a new deck.
Software is simply a tool. A tool that you don't need (yet).
We aren't some startup in Silicon Valley - backed by millions of dollars - hoping to do some massive launch and make a big splash in the industry.
(By the way, many of those companies struggle for a long time to hit profitability, even with every resource)
You aren't going to build some funnel - run ads to it - and just print money.
You aren't going to build a course and just sell it like hotcakes (without a...
Another week gone by - and not a single person has bought your online course.
You're posting on social media and even telling people about, but nothing is happening.
You even tried running paid ads to sell your course.
You got lost in the technical details, never got those to work, and just wasted time and money.
Now, your course just sits there, collecting dust.
You put your heart and soul into creating that course. You were positive that it would change lives (and also earn you a good income).
All around you it seems like other coaches are "crushing it with courses" -while you can barely sell a couple of them per month.
Now, with only a tiny, unpredictable stream of income, your coaching business is on life support.
You wonder if you're going to have to go back to (or stay in) the 9-5 grind for good.
Well, I have some good news and some bad news for ya.
Let's start with the bad news: You never should have started out by trying to sell a course.
That's not how the game works....
This is for the coaches who are hiding from their prospects.
The ones who are doing loads of random stuff to try and grow their coaching business...
But avoiding (whether consciously or not) direct conversations with (& proposals to) real people over the phone or Zoom.
You don't have a marketing or sales problem - you have a belief problem.
I know you might think you have a marketing problem - "I just can't get people to talk to me!"
But if you showed me the Messenger conversations you've been having with people...
Would I see dozens and dozens of instances where you asked people to jump on a call?
I see new coaches fiddling with their websites, getting business cards and headshots made, and starting their podcast...
Getting the perfect "banner photo" for their FB profile and group.
I can go to that same new coach weeks or months later, and there will still be something he's "building out"..
"Gotta get this course done"
"Gotta set up Kajabi and get my funnels built"
Focusing on how much money you need to make next month as a coach is the fastest way to disconnect yourself from the legacy you want to leave and the business you want to build.
Find out how to avoid this huge mistake that most coaches are making by tuning in.
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Your book is finally finished & published. It's even on Amazon and has several 5 star reviews!
You've sold a few copies and gotten good feedback. You can also finally refer to yourself as "published author" (even though you self published).
You're certain that this book will be the thing that builds your audience.
That finally gets you noticed.
That gets you a stream of ideal clients.
That allows you to make the impact on the world that you crave.
So you wait.
Weeks go by. Months. Years.
The book starts to "collect dust", and the business remains virtually unchanged.
Yeah, you got a couple clients out of it. But not what you expected.
Was it worth it?
I did the exact same thing.
Published the book and sat back with a sense of completion and anticipation.
It's been 3 or 4 years now.
And I've maybe gotten 3 or 4 clients from the book. At best.
That's an average of one client per year.
Is that good enough for you?
The mistake I made was looking at people like Brendon Burchard or...
Your alarm goes off...6:15am. You stare at the ceiling fan rotating above you. In your stomach, a sense of dread is already brewing.
You're off to complete another low excitement day of working at a job that just pays your bills.
Inside of you - there's something more you want to give to the world. You have a calling. You want to leave the world a better place.
You want to change lives. You want to find real meaning in the work that you do.
You've even tried to start a business coaching and teaching others. You made a few bucks. But you couldn't really get it to work.
Your spouse and your friends told you that you were crazy, and that you needed to focus on keeping your job.
But no matter how much you try to push it down, that feeling won't go away.
The feeling that you were meant to do more.
You're not alone in feeling this way, and you're not wrong for wanting more.
The only thing left to do is to own who you are. Fully embrace it. Unashamedly.
To stop giving a fuck about what...