One of the main reasons that coaches hold off starting a group coaching program is they’re afraid they won’t get any clients for it.
They’re worried that they’ll spend time talking up their program and how great it is, only to have nobody buy a virtual seat for it.
First off, it’s not the end of the world if you don’t sell any spots for your group.
People aren’t thinking about you nearly as much as you think they are.
But even if they were watching your results closely and talking about you 24/7, it’s not the end of the world if your group doesn’t work out.
If you don’t get any takers you do what every good entrepreneur does: you step back and figure what went wrong, and then you learn those lessons and hop back on the horse to try again.
One thing is certain – if you delay launching your group coaching program you automatically have zero sales and revenue from it.
It’s like that Wayne Gretzky guy (who had a pretty good career in hockey) said:
“You miss 100% of the shots you don’t take”
If you apply what I teach in the January issue of Secret Coach Club, you won’t have an issue with empty seats.
But you’ll also get the strategies that I use when there are some pesky empty spots that aren’t filling up.
To learn the right way to create, sell, and deliver your group coaching program, get yours here: