Scaling your business while working less? Oh, yes. It is a possible and realistic goal! Do you want to know how? Then, let's learn from our guest in today's episode.
It is a privilege to have with us Mariana Ruiz who is a certified business coach, international best-selling author, and the founder and CEO of The Impact Driven Entrepreneur.
Mariana will be talking about why the group program is the way to go. She is also going to give out some tips and strategies on how to fill your group coaching program and help maximize your scope as well as the quality of service to your clients.
Listen in now and gain knowledge on how to scale your business while finding yourself having more time to provide high-quality service and more time for you and your family.
"However you've been selling stuff, is how you're going to sell stuff again." - Mariana Ruiz
"If we just get somebody to change their habits, they'll be able to get a very significant result with our program." - Mariana Ruiz
Group Program Checklist, by The Impact Driven Entrepreneur
(00:00) Greetings and introduction of Mariana Ruiz
(01:40) Why group programs are the way to go
(02:49) How to pivot into establishing a group coaching opportunity
(07:10) Providing high-level service for the clients in a group program
(08:42) How do you decide what you're going to charge for your group coaching programs and taking it into the premium space
(09:42) Creating consistent recurring revenue through this model
(11:59) Habit creation
(13:31) Strategies for filling up the group program
(15:47) Do it as a Northstar program
(17:15) Learn more about Mariana Ruiz
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