3 Reasons Why Selling A Low Priced Course Is A TERRIBLE Idea

Here’s why you should NEVER lower the price of your health coaching for your clients!

You may be considering to lower the price of your health courses right now instead of selling high ticket coaching to high ticket clients. Well today, I share three reasons why this is a terrible idea for your health coaching business.

As a health business owner, one of your key concerns will always be whether your clients want AND can afford your product. Many coaches then tend to get too concerned about pricing. Are we pricing it too high? Can clients still afford it?

But one way of creating and sustaining your health coaching business online is by offering high quality, high ticket health courses. Selling your online health course for less than $500 isn’t a good idea because, according to statistics, the completion rate of these kinds of online self-study courses is less than 10%.

If you want your course to impact your clients significantly, they must finish it. And that’ll only happen if they’re invested in your health course. They likely won’t take it seriously if it doesn’t cost too much. So, the bigger the investment on the client’s side, the better the chances of success for the client.

Keep watching to hear more about the reasons why you shouldn’t lower the price of your online health course, and why it’s best that you sell high ticket coaching to high ticket clients in your health coaching business!

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What You Missed

Can you imagine driving at 259 kilometers per hour? Well, I just did that, and I learned a key lesson about business coaching from experiencing it.

Running a business can be compared to many things. One of which is driving a McLaren 720S. I recently drove one at 259 kph with an instructor, and the whole experience says a lot about business coaching, and business collaboration.

Inviting other people into your business can be challenging, but you’ll be better off doing it. How so, you ask?

While I was doing that speed on the track in my McLaren 720S, I reflected on the danger of trying to do things by myself. It was my first time on the track, so I wasn’t well acquainted with what to do to drive effectively on the track.

Had I decided to try and drive my car at the speed he was doing without the skills, knowledge, the right business coaching, or the expertise of an expert formula one driver, I could’ve crashed it at worst, or worn out its tires at best.

As business owners, we’re often tempted to do things ourselves and depend on ourselves to get things done. While business control can be satisfying in some ways, it can be debilitating in others. What’s worse, you can make many mistakes and destroy your business in the process without the proper business coaching or business collaboration.

It’s best that we allow more experienced people to help us see the possibilities of what we can truly do in business, especially when we’re new to it, or have been going on at it but are stuck. Keep watching to see how business coaching and business collaboration can do us a lot of good in our business.

Join us inside the Healthpreneur Hub 👉 https://healthpreneurgroup.com/hub​​

👉 Watch our FREE TRAINING: The Perfect Client Pipeline here: ➡️ https://healthpreneurgroup.com/yt-pcp