Record a Coaching Call.
If you have coaching clients, ask one if you can record the call and use it to teach others.
If you don’t have any takers, offer a free coaching session to someone who IS willing to let you record the call.
How to record a call:
- I record my calls using Skype and Pamela
- You can also use Instant Teleseminar which is very user friendly.
Just be sure to do a test before you record so that you don’t lose your recording.
Tips on doing this well:
- Make sure to connect with the client in advance so you can work on a specific problem together. Specifies sell much better than general chatting will.
- Sell it as “behind the scenes” and let them know how much they are paying verses hiring you for their own private call.
- Think about what you want to upsell to these people, since they’ll know what your coaching program is like and will be interested in more.
Live Instant Messenger Chat.
Jimmy D. Brown recommended this to me one time while I was working for him as his Affiliate Manager and I think it’s brilliant.
He said to open an Instant Messenger session (or Skype chat) and start chatting with a friend about your topic. You can have your friend ask you specific questions or just have a general plan. After a bit of time, your product will be done and it won’t feel like work. Just copy and paste the chat session into a word document and clean it up (or even better, hire a Virtual Assistant to clean it up for you and turn it into a pretty report).
You’ll be amazed, not only at how quickly you’ll have your content together, but also what ideas and topics come up during those chat sessions. Get in the habit of doing this once every few weeks and you’ll have all kinds of reports ready that you can sell.