Would you like to attract coaching clients with ease and create a consistent flow of ideal clients for your coaching practice?
Of course, you do!
It’s every coach’s dream, but just about every coach on the planet has struggled to achieve this, at some point in their coaching journey.
‘Why is this such a common challenge’, you may ask?
Well, the main roadblock is that most coaches focus only on sales and enrollment.
Just to be clear…
Creating sales and hitting high enrollment rates for your coaching services and programs is important, and you also need to learn and master the art of having successful sales conversations.
BUT – there’s something you need to do long before you attract coaching clients and before even talking to a potential client…
It’s the real secret to creating a consistent flow of ideal clients.
In this video, master life coach and speaker, Christina Berkley, reveals how you can start to use this game-changing technique to invite deeper conversations that open the door to successful sales conversations and awesome enrollment rates.
The Proven Technique To Attract Coaching Clients
This is the technique every successful coach turns to.
It creates an irresistible presence and magnetism and, most of all, it works like a charm. Every. Single. Time.
This is how it works.
When you attract coaching clients, you want to start a conversation that will create a deep connection and rapport from the get-go.
Don’t fall for the usual “What do you do?” questions that ignite automatic, standard replies and only open up short, quick, and uneventful small talk.
Instead, ask powerful, meaningful questions that can open up a deep, insightful conversation from the start.
For example, let’s say you’re at a networking event and approach someone. You can introduce yourself and ask:
Tell me about yourself.
Where are you from?
What brought you here?
How did you get here?
They will start sharing about themselves and where they are at in life.
Be curious and ask follow-up questions.
Dig deeper into their journeys and their story, as they open up, they will start giving you hints about what they dream about, what their goals and challenges are, where they want to go, who they want to be.
It’s about going beyond small talk and into a much more interesting space of connection and discovery.
As the rapport and connection are built, you are powerfully serving them a great conversation and opening up the possibilities of what they could achieve.
And this will be the secret sauce for the potential client to become interested in continuing the conversation with you in a formal setting – a.k.a. a coaching session – which could indicate the right time to make a proposal.
This is the most effective approach to attract coaching clients, open up powerful conversations, and start successful enrollment conversations with ease.