- Know what kind of program you'd like to offer – Make it a coaching program, not a one time purchase. Our suggestion would be to niche this out. Ask yourself — What are you best at? What can you offer that they can't get anywhere else? How much extra cash are you hoping to make? Are you going to offer face to face time? Will you be putting together a practice or nutrition plan? How much time are you going to offer and how quickly will you respond? Will you have different tiers of engagement available?
- Gather your tools – Once you know what, then start putting together resources that you can easily and quickly pull from. Leverage the CoachNow library by tagging that content so that you can simply pull it into the space you create for your client. Check out our templates tool where you can set up a bunch of posts in a certain order to use when you create a space for the client.
- Offer a pilot or beta – People always respond better when space is limited. Plus, you might not know how many people you'll be able to take on. People love being in pilot or beta groups. You likely already have people you work with on a regular basis, so give them first dibs on this. They'll appreciate it!
- Decide how you'll charge – Please don't overthink this part! So many coaches think they need automation but you don't even need to think about automation when you are getting started. You can send an invoice via PayPal, Square, Stripe and many more. The best part? You don't have to pay CoachNow any revenue share. Once you scale, then you can automate.
In short, although it feels like there is a lot to this, it can be made really simple and effective. Offer a beta or pilot group, set up the program, charge clients (keep it simple), and run the relationship inside of CoachNow.