You’re likely afraid to add coaching to your existing business because you are concerned that the time commitment of taking this on might be a stretch for you. If you are running a full-time business already, those extra hours of one-on-one coaching during your workweek might be too much to handle.
The good news is that you can successfully create a coaching program that fits your needs and goals and will fit nicely into your existing business model. You can be as flexible as you want with your coaching program.
Remember, there is no “right” way to create a coaching program and there are unlimited options that you can take advantage of.
To give you some examples, you can create a:
- One on one coaching program – this works best when you limit the number of clients you work with and make it your most expensive product
- Membership site coaching – a great way to offer a variety of coaching levels
- Group coaching
- Information product coaching combined with feedback opportunities through email or forums
- Seminars and Workshops
- Digital downloads such as e-books, reports and course material delivered by autoresponders, downloadable mp3s, videos, and home study courses
The one thing all coaching programs have in common is their purpose and/or duration.
Most coaching programs have an overall goal, a specific length of time, and specific content that is instructed during the program.
Your coaching program can run one week or one year. It’s totally up to you in how you want to structure it.
How are you going to make your coaching program flexible so it fits into your business model?