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The Big Secret to Making Your Coaching Business Last

May 08, 2024

Hey there, coaches!

Today, we're talking about a super important secret that'll help your coaching business grow strong and steady. Imagine if there was a trick that could make your sales soar and make your clients even happier. Well, get ready, because we're digging into the key to evergreening your coaching biz.

What's Evergreening? Let's start with the basics. Evergreening is like setting up your coaching business on autopilot. It means you can keep getting new clients without always having to hustle for them. Sounds good, right? But before you jump in, there's something you gotta know: testing.

Testing The real secret to making evergreening work is testing. Lots of coaches forget this step, but it's super important.

Testing means trying things out with real people to see what works and what doesn't. Without testing, you're kinda just guessing, and that's not good for your business.

Why Testing is a Big Deal:

  1. Getting Feedback: Testing lets you hear from your audience directly. That way, you can make your coaching even better.
  2. Avoiding Guesswork: Testing helps you make decisions based on facts, not just what you think might work.
  3. Saving Time and Money: Testing now can save you from wasting time and money later on things that don't work.
  4. Learning and Adapting: Testing helps you learn what works and what doesn't, so you can change things up as needed.
  5. Making More Sales: With testing, your coaching program is more likely to bring in new clients, which is what we're all about!
  6. Keeping Up with Changes: Testing helps you stay ahead of the game and make sure your coaching stays relevant to your clients.

Once you've done your testing, it's time to make your coaching program even better. Use what you've learned to make things more personal for your clients. That way, they'll feel like you really understand them, and that can lead to more sales.

Sure, there might be some bumps along the way, but that's okay. Just make sure you're using tools that help, not hurt, your business.

Start small and grow slowly, so you don't end up spending too much time fixing things instead of coaching.

So, here's the big secret: test before you evergreen.

By trying things out with real people, you'll make your coaching business stronger and more successful in the long run.

So, take your time, test things out, and watch your coaching business grow!

Never let anyone dull your sparkle,


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