There is one thing that feels really good as a coach…
Knowing deep down that your program is the best it can be and that it gets results for your clients.
Woah baby – it’s the BEST! 💁♀️ Talk about feeling confident!
That said, if you’ve been coaching clients for a year or more, you may be wondering if it’s time to update your program content.
Maybe you have some changes you want to make but you’re trying to decide if now is the right time.
- You’ve learned a new technique or approach that you want to incorporate
- Your experience with past clients has changed your process
- There is new research or science in your industry that you want to bring into your program
There are lots of reasons to make updates to your coaching programs. Sometimes they are small tweaks and other times it’s a complete overhaul.
3 WAYS TO KNOW IF IT’S TIME TO UPDATE YOUR COACHING PROGRAM
If you’ve been coaching clients for a year or more, you may be wondering if you need to update your program. In episode 310 of The Wellness Business Podcast, we are going to share 3 examples of when it’s a good time to give your program a refresh.
In this episode you’ll discover:
- When is the best time to update your coaching content so your program remains relevant and fresh
- Different ways you can refresh or repackage your programs to keep it simple and effective
- Ideas for restructuring your program offer that makes it more desirable without needing to create anything new
- Behind the scenes of how we recently went about updating our signature program, The Wellness Business Accelerator
Truth be told, your programs are always going to be a work in progress, and we think that’s part of what keeps it interesting AND your clients will appreciate that you care enough to keep things up to date.
I hope this gives you some ideas and inspiration for knowing when it’s time to update your program.
Links/Resources mentioned on the show:
Coach with Confidence – Kathleen’s done-for-you 6-month health coaching program
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