As a qualified Strategic Intervention coach, do you have a short professional spiel that you can quickly add to an email or website comment box?

If not and you’d like a few ideas, here is a guideline of the type of information you should include:

  1. An Introduction To Strategic Intervention (and/or your chosen field of expertise)
  2. Your Name, International Phone Number and Location
  3. Your Email Address
  4. How You Work, ie over skype, email, phone, in person etc
  5. Optional Website Link
  6. Your fee structure (don’t make apologies for what you charge or try to justify it in any way – for heavens sake this work is valuable and you need to realize your own worth).
  7. A Short Closing

This should be concise, friendly and to the point. 2 or 3 paragraphs for the whole lot is ideal.

It makes no difference if you’re a seasoned coach or a newby, if you have a website or you don’t. If you come across as CONFIDENT, PROFESSIONAL and SELF ASSURED, your clients will instantly be put at ease.

Get Clear About The Type Of Clients You Want To Attract
  • If you base your fees on what people can afford, you’ll most likely get people who are focused on “what they can afford”.
  • If you are too afraid to be truthful about the amount you’d like to receive, you’ll most likely attract people who are afraid of speaking their truth too.
  • If you have a passion for getting results and select your clients because THEY’RE most likely to get results, you’ll get great results┬átogether.

The quality of your coaching work “is not” based on making sure you’re available for everyone.
The quality of your coaching work “is” most often based on who you’re willing to let go.

What You Do Is Valuable … and you are too.
Please make your fees reflect that and claim your worth!