Mastery Lesson 27 – How to Deliver Your Coaching Program
Design Coaching Program Part 2
So far, I have showed you how to structure your coaching program, and the assignment was designed for you to structure your own program.
Today, you will learn how to deliver your coaching:
How to Deliver Your Coaching Program
For today’s assignment:
a) Write out a complete outline of how you will deliver your coaching
b) What will someone accomplish in coaching with you in the first 30 days, 90 days, and one year?
c) How will you structure the “action” portion? (For example, homework assignments like this that, when accomplished, lead someone to the accomplishment of their target goals. You see, if all you do is teach in your coaching program, but don’t give people actionable steps to DO the work, they won’t get results. When your clients DO homework assignments and action steps, they get results. So your goal with the action steps is to guide someone through ALL the steps necessary to achieve their goals. If they do the work, they get results. If they don’t do the work, they won’t get the results [of course]. And it’s not on you if they don’t do the work. But it is your responsibility to give them every tool and every assignment necessary to get results.)
d) How will you increase the chance that people will do the work, and resultantly, get the results?
As you know, I’m keeping these coaching lessons concise – and frankly on this topic – creating your coaching program – I could probably teach the entire 60 days on just this topic! But it’s just one part of building your business, so I’m keeping these lessons concise. But if you want more depth on creating your coaching program than you are getting here . . . I recommend my coaching program home study course – it’s over 17 hours of in – depth coaching program, and of course I’m partial – but it’s worth every penny:
==>Coaching Program Home Study Course
— Sean Mize
P.S. Perhaps you have been thinking, I have questions for Sean. If so, you might be interested to know this: I do a weekly training call where I teach for about 30-45 minutes (sometimes longer) then I open the call for q and a – if something like that interests you, read this for more info (or to sign up):
==>Weekly Training and Q and A With Sean
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