As I talk with coaches about starting their own group coaching programs, many tell me that they don’t feel like they’re ready to do it.
“Down the road, when I have more experience” is a common excuse that I hear for delaying action.
I get it – it can be a little intimidating to think of running a group with five or six clients.
But I promise you that it’s not as tough as you think (trust me – they’re a lot of fun!)
Here’s the thing:
The quickest way to become a better coach is by running group programs.
If you have a group of five clients, you’re getting 5x the experience per coaching hour as you would have been getting working with a client 1:1 in that time.
After doing just one or two groups, you’ll be light years ahead of the other coaches who started when you did.
In the last half of 2017, I filled eight 10 Clients In 90 Days groups (for a total of 41 new clients). I was able to get additional experience and confidence from working with that influx of people, and I ended up working with more group clients than 1:1’s this year.
I’m not suggesting that you drop 1:1’s altogether, but you can accumulate much more experience – and help a lot more people – in a shorter period of time by offering group programs.
If you’d like to run successful group coaching programs, I’m laying out my complete system to do it in the next issue of the Secret Coach Club newsletter.
I’ll be going over (in detail) how to create, sell and deliver your group program.
There’s no sense reinventing the wheel. This worked for me, and it’ll work for you too.
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