How Do I Deliver Group Coaching When I’m Used To 1-on-1?

Switching to a group coaching model is hands down one of the best ways to increase your level of freedom and impact in your health coaching business but to many new entrepreneurs, online group coaching can seem daunting.

The good news is that making the switch doesn’t have to be complicated or difficult…as long as you have the right kind of guidance. Here are a few insights on why and what you should do to transition from 1-on-1 to group coaching.

One of the biggest problems among health coaching business owners is burnout. Burnout generally either happens with doing all the marketing work to get people in, or with delivery which is where the bigger issue actually lies. This is where the benefits of an online group coaching model comes in.

It’s never sustainable to see clients one by one because you’re setting a revenue ceiling. Even when your books are full and are earning a stable income, you can only see so many patients in a day, AND you’ll soon find yourself with no time. You have to go with a mostly curriculum-based system that multiple clients can access, and make sure that it has a single focus.

You have to realize that it’s impossible to serve everyone. If you try to market to everyone, you’ll end up speaking to NO ONE. Specialization makes your health coaching more masterful as you develop your expertise in that one specific space. Building a single online group coaching program (or at most, two) that’s skillfully made helps you be the top-of-mind professional in that area.

Focus on what you do best, hone your message, and develop a curriculum that’ll serve your clients and YOU. With those elements dialed in, having an online group coaching model can be the best thing for your health coaching business, and offer more freedom in your life.

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What do you do when clients tell you they can’t afford your healthcare services?

Selling in business isn’t the easiest thing to do, and it certainly doesn’t come naturally to everyone. It even becomes increasingly difficult when faced with price objections in your health business. So what SHOULD you do? In today’s episode, I share how to overcome price objections.

As a health business owner and entrepreneur, you may have already (or probably will) come across a prospect who feels they can’t afford your services. This is something we can’t avoid because we, health professionals, operate in a service providing ecosystem. What does this mean for us?

This means we’ll often have to do sales calls to nurture and convert prospects into buying clients, and we have to build the skill of talking to people, selling in business, and influencing their decisions. Part of this is learning how to overcome price objections that may be thrown to us.

But don’t fret. This is NEVER about forcing people to do something they don’t want to. The positive element to all that we do in our health business is we’re able to influence people for the better. We’re supposed to be able to effectively communicate the benefits of our services. The more clients you convert, the more people you help. In our line of work, selling in business means healing.

Stay tuned to see how to overcome price objections in your health business.

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👉 Watch our FREE TRAINING: The Perfect Client Pipeline here: ➡️