How to Start Your Group Coaching Program - Tip Jones

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So let’s be honest, when you take the endless tasks you perform as a small business owner into consideration, your available time for one-on-one calls is really pretty limited. For most coaches, it’s less than 3 hours per day—and that’s if she’s highly motivated and extremely organized.

But what if, for one hour each week, you were able to reach 20 or 40 or even 100 people? Now instead of filling your day with one-on-one calls, you can actually work fewer hours while reaching more people and earning more money.

That’s the beauty of a group-coaching program.

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No matter what kind of coach you are, sooner or later you’re going to discover two things:

  1. You have a limited number of hours to spend with clients
  2. There are many more people in need of your help than you have time to work with

The first problem affects your income. The second, your spirit. And both are detrimental to your business growth.

Now it might seem obvious that your time is limited. After all, everyone is working with the same 24-hour day. But what a lot of new coaches fail to consider is all the time you have to spend on things that aren’t actually coaching.

  • Unpaid discovery calls…sure, they often lead to a new client, but if you’re spending 30 or 60 minutes on the phone with each potential client, that can eat up your day fast!
  • Support…if you’re like most solo-preneurs, you’re likely still handling a lot of support tasks yourself. Clients and potential clients call and email frequently, taking time away from those one-on-one calls.
  • Marketing…without your blog, your email list, your Facebook groups, Pinterest, Instagram, LinkedIn and others, you soon won’t have any clients to serve. But this is all “unpaid” time as well.

So let’s be honest, when you take all of this (and the other endless tasks you perform as a small business owner) into consideration, your available time for one-on-one calls is really pretty limited. For most coaches, it’s less than 3 hours per day—and that’s if she’s highly motivated and extremely organized.

But what if, for one hour each week, you were able to reach 20 or 40 or even 100 people? Now instead of filling your day with one-on-one calls, you can actually work fewer hours while reaching more people and earning more money.

That’s the beauty of a group-coaching program.

Pre-Order your in-depth, 18-page How to Start Your Group Coaching Program planner for $119.