One-on-one coaching, eh? You love it—YES—but you’d prefer it to make up, say, 40% of the programs you offer, not 60% (or more).
If you’re a coach, you know two things to be true.
- You love working one on one. It’s so fulfilling and satisfying. You build a relationship with your clients. You go on a journey with each one.
- You hate working one on one. You have limited time (and energy) in the day—unless you are Tony Robbins and charge god knows what for a session.
OK, BUT how did Mr Robbins become a global sensation, a filler of auditoriums and a charger of jaw-dropping hourly rates for one on one?
He wrote seven books! And his first book, with success tips, was called “Notes from a Friend”. I mean hats off to the man, but it’s not exactly earth-shattering.
I have a suggestion.
It’s time you wrote a brilliant book. AND a brilliant book starts with a brilliant book outline.
I have a few places left in my Kickstarter Book Outline Bootcamp. One day (online) will take you from concept to a detailed outline of all your chapters AND their contents.
The Bootcamp is Wednesday 21 September from 9.30 am to 4.30 pm—that’s just 8 days away.
If you can clear your calendar, I’ll throw in a two-hour book strategy session ONE-on-ONE with me. You’ll gain crystal clarity about your reader and how your book fits your business strategy.
Hey, what? Yeah, you heard right.
At the end of the Bootcamp, you walk away with a complete roadmap to your book. Or stick around and take up a place in my full program (if one is available) and get your whole book done in 90 days.
Low risk, high return and a chance to start 2023 with a book.
To find out more about The Brain to Book Kickstarter, click the link to book a call with me.
What do you love most about one-on-one coaching?