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Business Building Nuggets From the Experts

Dawn Mazur
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This is a free course offered to help you establish your coaching practice.

Here is the course outline:

1. You have something to offer the world [Branding]

We all have a brand, it's what people think of us. It's time to explore your brand and what you represent.

2. Use Your Professional Skills and Find your Niche

You have a passion for health and wellness. You love inspiring and helping others. Now it's time to find tap into your professional skills and define your niche.

3. Create Your Space

Being an effective coach means you truly care about the lives of others. You want to ask the right questions, reflect, and listen to your clients. It means you have the passion and ability to inspire others on this journey. It means you have a safe and supporting space in order to do so.

4. Designing Your Discovery Session

How to design a consultation or discovery session that aligns with your client's wants and needs.

5. Position yourself to attract amazing, premium clients with Kimberly J. Taylor

6. Create a marketing plan to establish yourself, grow your tribe & bring in sales w/ Maura Hughes

7. Building profitable business models for moms on the go with Sara Speicher

The resource for savvy mom-entrepreneurs who want to make more money, work less and build their business on their terms, with authenticity, integrity and leverage. In this free PDF you will find: 5 key elements such business must have 5 short and simple exercises that help you clarify, find, and create them, and how to easily apply them in your business

8. How to Get Clients on Facebook (Without Breaking Rules or Being a Nuisance) w/ Eleanore Strong

Learn the easy way to get clients on Facebook - for free.

9. Wowing Your Clients to Build Trust and Rapport

Part of gaining rapport, trust, and referrals from your clients is by under promising and over delivering to your clients.

10. Defining Your Branding

How to use the same colors and fonts for consistency.

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