May 31, 2018
“I find it really hard to assess value, what should I do?” and more...
In today’s group coaching session, we had a bunch of good questions that touched on topics like:
- Concerns with trying to tackle multiple verticals
- Situations where you might not want to ask for 100% up-front
- What to put on your home page for your consulting business if you are planning to add products in the future
- Some suggestions for transitioning clients who currently pay you for your time over to value pricing
- What to do if you find it really hard to assess value in The Why Conversation
You can review the full list of questions here, but here’s a sampling:
I’m considering broadening my positioning from focusing on coworking spaces to specializing in helping subscription/membership/recurring revenue businesses with marketing and retention. Am I making a poor choice, is this too general? (timestamp: 1m 30s)
I sell consulting services today and will be selling products later on. My marketing strategy is focused on content marketing. I am building out my website and I wanted to know what are some key tactics for your homepage layout? (timestamp: 21m 24s)
I currently do fixed prices for projects but have struggled to genuinely value price. My clients motivation to make changes usually comes from problems with current equipment or End-of-life situations. They need to do these projects to maintain their current status quo - but I find it hard to really assess value. Advice? (timestamp: 33m 38s)
I am meeting with a client to start discussing v2.0 of their system and plan to approach this value based. I plan to direct the conversation towards objectives/measuring success/value as opposed getting a list of todos and present a 3 option proposal etc. Is this the course of action you would recommend for transitioning? (timestamp: 43m 43s)
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P.S. Would you like to see a sample of what group coaching is like? Here’s a link to a public session I ran late last year:
Group Coaching - Oct 12, 2017 [OPEN TO PUBLIC]