Group Coaching Model That Is Super Simple To Implement

 Group Coaching Model That Is Super Simple To Implement

A group coaching program can be really difficult to implement, or really easy to implement. Some of the common things I hear when I recommend a client start a group  transcode coaching are:

1) I don’t have time to talk with dozens of clients each week

2) I don’t have time to spend 5-10 hours a week writing lesson plans

3) I can’t be available 24-7 on email

4) It just takes too much time.

5) It’s a lot of work technically to do it.

And the thing is, those are all valid – because in so many of the older models, that’s how it might have worked.

In fact, maybe as you read that list, you are thinking, yeah, that’s me – I want to start a coaching program, but it just seems like too much work.

So let me ask you this:

What if I were to show you a way you could coach 100 – 1000 clients in just 2 hours a week, and they get almost the same results as working with you 1-1?

If that would be cool, if that would feel like, “yeah, I could do that,” then read on!

Because I’m going to show you a super-simple coaching model that really works.

Before I get into it, I want to go over one concept: and that is the idea that group coaching doesn’t get the same results as 1-1 coaching.

The thing is, the coaching itself isn’t what gets results.

Your clients’ ACTION and implementation gets them results.

The biggest reason that 1-1 coaching generally gets better results than group coaching is because with 1-1 coaching, the client feels obligated to finish his work before your next scheduled call.

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