Becoming Comfortable with Selling Coaching
November 18, 2020
7:00 - 8:30 PM
Many coaches are uncomfortable with selling. Even the word can bring on uneasy feelings.
The ironic part is that as a coach in business for yourself you are essentially a full time sales person because we only get paid for selling our coaching services, or other offerings. So if you want to succeed you must become comfortable with the skillset of selling.
In order to begin to master the art of selling without feeling pushy or intrusive we must look at it from a whole new perspective and understand our real job here. This webinar will help you relax with selling and really clear up your role in this process. As a result you can leave her with more confidence and use-now methods that work!
- Turning our passion of coaching into an income source
- The natural evolution of getting clients
- Understanding we are a full-time sales person
- Breaking down selling to better understand
- Identifying need and timing
- Becoming a master asker
The presentation will last 60 minutes and will be followed by a 30 minute open Q&A. Participants will receive 1.5 Resource Development CCEU.
Speaker: Jeff St. Laurent
Jeffrey St Laurent took the leap and launched his full-time seminar & coaching business in 2004 after graduating from the Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching (iPEC).
Since then he has devoted well over 9,000 coaching hours with clients and is a highly sought after presenter and business coach.
Jeffrey is the author of the highly inspiring book “Being Fulfilled” as well as five other personal and business development audio/video training programs that benefit entrepreneurs at all levels of conscious development.
In 2014 Jeff shifted his focus to Helping Coaches Transition to a Full-Time Business as he saw a huge need because most coaches struggled. Now as a mentor coach with his business SellingCoaching.com he is dedicated to showing coaches how to structure their business from the ground up and get comfortable with the skillset of selling.
Jeff’s WHY through it all is simple: “To be a part of people’s success.”