By Caterina Rando, MA, MCC
This is the final part of a four-part series about coaches being coached. Here are the other parts:
- Are You A Coach Who Needs A Coach?
- Are You A Coach Who Needs A Sales Coach?
- Coaches: How to Easily Earn Money with Women’s Events with An Event Coach
Intro Events Are a Critical Link
When you choose to do an intro event, it’s the first experience that people will have with you. It’s the foundation of all your work with your future clients—so you want that foundation to be solid and to give good value. A coach can help you figure out the important steps and how you’ll convey your message to your new clients.
A Blueprint for Success
When choosing a coach to help you learn about giving intro events, you want someone who’s been there before, who’s hosted many events, and who can field any question from you. More importantly, you want someone who has worked with coaches before. After all, coaching someone one-on-one is much different than working with a room full of women who all need your attention. You will need a blueprint or a roadmap so that you can plan your intro event
Short, Yet Intense
Unlike other events, an intro event is short and intense. It’s a lot more like a sprint than a marathon. But that doesn’t mean that you don’t have to prepare! Just like a longer event, an intro requires lots of prep work and maybe even more follow up! So you’ll want someone familiar with all the hurdles you’ll encounter.
It’s very important to get started with intro events so that you can get people into your sales fountain. And most coaches can help others feel less overwhelmed, but feel overwhelmed at the thought of putting together an intro program for themselves. Learning how to push through the fear of failure in a safe space is essential.
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