WE’D LIKE YOU TO HAVE ONE, OF COURSE – IT’S OUR WAY OF SHOWING YOU HOW USEFUL COACHING CAN BE, BUT DO YOU WANT ONE?
If you’re like most of us, you’re thinking “An hour with a coach…..sounds good but what if I don’t like him (or her), he might try to sell me some more coaching and I might not want to buy it”
(That would be uncomfortable, right? We’d rather gather some more information before we commit ourselves to something like sitting across a table for an hour in a coffee shop).
Here’s a little preview so you can decide if a free session is a worthwhile investment of an hour or so of your time.
We’ll meet each other – usually in a coffee shop where the coffee is good but maybe in your office or on Zoom. Expect it to take an hour or an hour and a half (depends how much fun we’re both having).
I’ll explain what business coaching is and how it works:
- The benefits
- What stimulates people to choose it
- The process
- What parts of your business the programs will investigate
The primary purpose of our chat is to get clarity on where your business is at, and the issues you’re currently facing. I’ll be taking notes in order to give you feedback, ideas, and even inspirations.
The purpose of this is to show you how coaching works by applying a little bit of it to your business. The questions prompt discussion and hopefully, you use that discussion to make some decisions about new things you can do in your business.
I will probably say “if we were coaching…..” a couple of times, to try to demonstrate the difference between a suggestion in a single free session and an ongoing program that helps you make sure you drive change in your business.
When you get to the end, you’ll be asked some qualification questions (can you afford it, do you think you need it…..)
If you both think coaching is appropriate then you’ll talk pricing and then:
- Agree to start coaching or
- Agree not to coach or
- Agree not to do it yet but to keep in touch
Everybody enjoys these – they are not boring nor will you suffer a hard sell. None of us are comfortable putting pressure on you and we don’t want to feel like high-pressure salespeople.
If this sounds interesting to you, set a meeting now!