Thought I’d share what one of my clients did that took him from barely meeting with about 5 prospects a week, to actually selling well over 100 a week.
Now, I don’t want to hear that you don’t want that many, so you aren’t going to read this. Just keep in mind that once you KNOW how to get that many clients comfortably, that, from that point, you can just choose how hard you want to work that week, and how many clients you do want.
Or, even better. If you are getting more clients than you want, or could possibly handle, now you can hand them off to others while sharing the income. That’s exactly what this one client did.
I’ve been working with businesses, coaches, consultants, trainers of all sizes for many years, and I am amazed that every new client I take on has not been actively managing for measurable results of anything, let alone multiplying those results 5 times, 10 times, 100 times, or even 1,000 times weekly or monthly.
In fact, once your start targeting specific results, and specific measurable levels of results, guess what? Suddenly you learn ways to take that level up, and up, and up. Really, 5, 10, 100, or even 1,000 times more isn’t hard, once you start measuring.
Imagine your own results, and those of your clients going from 5 new clients a week to an income of multiple thousands of dollar a month. I’ll even share how one of my clients went from meeting only 5 people a week to $500K a month. Or how do you increase sales closes by 10 times every month or so. Or do you know what it costs you to acquire a client so that every time you spend $100 a month you land a new client. In that case how many clients a month do you want to buy?
If you struggle to get clients almost randomly here and there without knowing how to consistently get them. Imagine knowing that every time you spent $X you got a client, and all you had to do was do it over and over. Continue reading
When you start thinking about marketing or advertising your coaching business, is your biggest concern
- Cost of Marketing and keeping that low
- Cost of Acquiring a Client
Most coaches are more concerned about what this next marketing effort will cost. But imagine for a minute that if every time you spent $100 you would acquire a client that would pay you $1,000 a month, or about $12,000 for the next year. Isn’t that a 120 times Return on Investment?
Let’s take a look at what we can do with this new thought? Continue reading