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Do You Struggle To Get Clients?

By Mike McMahon | Prospecting

Jul 22
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Are you a coaches or consultants worrying about where you’re going to get your next client?
 
Are you worried you might lose the clients you have and if you do you don’t know how you’re going to replace them?
 
Do you get frustrated that you aren’t helping as many people as you know you can?
 
What difference would it make if you had a process that brought people to you? People who wanted your help and were willing to pay you a high fee to help them?
 
How would your life change?
 
What would change in your life and your business?
 
I talk to coaches every day that struggle to get new clients.
 
Many of them tell me the clients they have are paying such a small amount of money they can’t afford to coach them.
 
Some of them tell me they are on the verge of giving up as a coach and they’ve started looking for a job.
 
If you’re reading this you might be struggling to get clients on a consistent basis. Or you’d like to get paid more by the clients you have.
 
You might even relate to both issues.
 
One of the areas I see coaches struggle with the most is prospecting.
 
Most will think it’s sales or enrolling new clients that they struggle with. And while that is an area to work on the place to start is prospecting. Because you have to have a prospect to offer your services too in the first place.
 
If your only ways to get clients is at networking events or referrals it’s time to do something different.
 
Grab our new report: 5 Reasons Social Networking Is A Coach’s Best Bet To Consistently Get High Paying Clients

s coaches or consultants who spend hours of their time wondering where they’re going to get their next client?

Are you worried you might lose the clients you have and if you do you don’t know how you’re going to replace them?

Do you get frustrated that you aren’t helping as many people as you know you can?

What difference would it make for you if you had a process that brought people to you who wanted your help and were willing to pay you a high fee to help them?

How would your life change?

What would you do differently?

We talk to coaches every day that struggle to get new clients. Many of them tell us that the only clients they do have are paying them such a small amount of money they can’t afford to keep coaching them.

Some of them tell us they are on the verge of giving up as a coach and they’ve started looking for a job.

You’re probably reading this because you’re struggling to either get clients on a consistent basis or you would like to be paid more by the clients you have. You might even relate to both issues.

One of the areas we see coaches struggle with the most is prospecting. Most will tell you it’s actually sales or enrolling new clients that they struggle with but since you have to have a prospect to offer your services too we have found that is the best place to start.

If you’re doing all your fishing for clients at networking events and you are still having a hard time enrolling enough clients it’s time to try something different.

Grab our new report: 5 Reasons Social Networking Is A Coach’s Best Bet To Consistently Get High Paying Clients

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About the Author

Mike McMahon has personally closed more than 12,000 sales. But, after mastering, teaching and using every closing trick in the book, he’s taken high-performance selling to a new level in perfect pitch for the unique challenges of selling in the digital age. In Sales Mastery for Coaches, Mike blasts what was once his bread and butter as “Battlefield Selling” a brutal high-stress (for both coach and client) and primitive system, and prescribes a new, fun, and civilized way forward that gets big results! Insightful author, high-content speaker, and can-do coach, Mike McMahon has a stellar track record of helping coaches breakthrough their sales roadblocks so they can have a blast enrolling more clients while making a bigger impact. He is the creator of Sales Mastery For Coaches, the cure for what coaches hate about sales.

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