Knowing what outcome your ideal clients want the most is the first step in creating irresistible offers.
If you’ve struggled to enroll new clients into your coaching programs chances are it’s because you haven’t taken the time to learn the process behind creating an irresistible offer that they can’t refuse.
Here’s the thing, your ideal clients probably don’t really want an online course, coaching program or membership – BUT they DO want a solution to a problem they have. Once you know how to position your offers to appeal to your ideal clients’ wants and desires, you’ll have more people enrolling in your programs.
Crafting irresistible offers is about creating awareness and demand for your offer, and believe it or not, your mindset around money plays a big role in the success of your offers too.
On this episode of The Wellness Business Podcast, our guest, James Wedmore, shares the 3 ingredients (the 3 P’s) to an irresistible offer, and how you can use them to fill your coaching programs.
You’ll learn about:
- Promise – The problem you solve for people and the result you make possible (the transformation).
- Process – This is the way in which this problem gets solved (your course or coaching).
- Price – Your price plays a vital role your marketing, and price is relative. This is where a lot of people get stuck and that’s not exclusive to the wellness space.
James also talks about common money mindset blocks and how it plays a role in our offers and our success. He’s a master on this topic and has helped thousands of his students break free from their limiting beliefs and in this episode, he can help you too.
You are going to be blown away by some of what James shares and you’ll see how it will make a dramatic impact on your sales when you incorporate these principles and strategies. This episode is like nothing you’ve ever heard before on The Wellness Business Podcast so get ready for a real treat.
Links mentioned on the show:
James’ Podcast: The Mind Your Business Podcast
Book recommendation: Predictably Irrational by Dan Ariely
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