We can’t be everything to everyone, but if we start thinking about our niche and how we can set up our business with our core product and then supporting complementary products that makes us a one stop shop and is win-win for our customers and for us as the business owners.” ~Karen Pattock

Do you ever wonder if you’re offering your programs and products in a way that results in your clients feeling fully supported by you?

There is definitely a method used by successful businesses that works like gangbusters. The best part is you can customize this method for your Wellness Business to see better sales results.

How does it work?

In this week’s episode of The Wellness Business Podcast, Kathleen and I share what we call The Pinwheel Sales Framework.

We’ve customized this framework specifically to those that are building a wellness business.

This technique will help you to structure your programs, products and services in a way that gets them to work synergistically with one another to better support your clients and increase revenue.

You’ll learn how to decide which offering should go in the center of your pinwheel and which offers will support and compliment your core offer for more sales.

You’ll get specific insight into examples of successful pinwheel business models like Amazon and Dollar Shave Club.

We’re also sharing lots of specific wellness examples and a step-by-step breakdown of how you can implement this technique in your health and wellness business.

Not only are we breaking it all down for you. We’ve also created The Pinwheel Sales Framework Worksheet to walk you through the steps one by one so you can quickly rearrange your offerings in a Pinwheel Framework.

Listen via your smartphone podcast app (Podcasts for iPhone, and Stitcher for Android). You can also listen in iTunes or with the player above.

Happy Pinwheeling!







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