Nowadays it seems like most coaches want to create DIY online programs, and not have any contact with those going through them.

I’m guessing this stems from the “4-Hour Workweek” way of thinking, since you can’t work just a few hours a week if you have to actually talk with people.

(Direct contact with humans reduces time that can be spent lying in the sun and dipping your toes in the beach while sipping on girly drinks)

I don’t get it.

One of my favourite weekly activities is the live Q and A call that I do with my “10 Clients In 90 Days” coaches every Thursday.

The energy is great, and I leave those calls pumped up (it’s hard getting to sleep Thursday nights).

They ask great questions, and I can make sure they aren’t stuck on anything we’re doing. They also help me keep my finger on the pulse of the coaching industry, and they give me valuable feedback on how I can constantly improve 10C90D.

For example:

Yesterday I mentioned Wendy Maynard, who’s going through the program at the moment.

She made a suggestion that I include a video in one of the modules (module #6, re: podcast interviews), and I thought it was a great idea.

I shot a 20 minute video answering her question, uploaded it to the program, and it helped her and the others (she used the info to get booked on 13 podcasts in just two weeks).

If you’re a coach who wants 10 clients in 90 days, but also wants the energy of live calls and access to me, you can check it out here:

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