Create a Unique Elevator Pitch That Gets You, Clients, with Sharla Jacobs (December – January 2021): Get people to book an appointment with you on the spot. Discover 3 keys to creating an irresistible elevator speech. Find out the #1 mistake coaches and holistic practitioners make…
3 Keys to Creating an Irresistible Elevator Pitch and Get People to Book an Appointment with You on the Spot
Are you growing or flatlining when it comes to getting new clients?
Despite current personal and economic uncertainties, there are more people than ever looking for coaches, healers, and holistic practitioners to help them — so this is a great time to connect and serve the people who need you most.
Yet many fall short in building their businesses because, as seemingly simple as this sounds, they lack a compelling response to the question, “So, what do you do?”
Without an attention-grabbing elevator pitch, you might be losing business every time you don’t answer this the right way.
Plus, this is the foundation to everything you do when it comes to marketing your business.
On Saturday, January 2, 2020 Sharla Jacobs, co-founder of Thrive Academy, will share the biggest elevator pitch mistakes — and how to correct them — in Create a Unique “What Do You Do” Statement That Gets You Clients: Avoid the 3 Biggest Mistakes in Describing Your Offerings.
In the 60-minute Online Elevator Pitch Workshop, You’ll Discover:
- Why most elevator pitch templates fail to convey the value of your work
- The 3 most common elevator speech mistakes that keep your ideal clients from being interested in what you do (and what to do instead)
- The 4 major client attractors you must have in place before you name your business, build a website, or do anything related to marketing
- Seven stages to creating a thriving business as a coach or holistic practitioner
- The biggest reasons many coaches and holistic practitioners fail to earn a good living
- And so much more…
You might have been honing your craft for years, but if you share what you do and people aren’t saying, “I need to work with you!” or “I know someone who’s looking for exactly what you do!”, then now is the time to pivot and reassess your approach.
You won’t want to miss this opportunity to discover how to consciously create your elevator speech…
… feeling aligned to your mission so it will draw your ideal clients to come forward and say YES to what you’re offering.
You can register here.
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P.S. In Create a Unique “What Do You Do” Statement That Gets You Clients: Avoid the 3 Biggest Mistakes in Describing Your Offerings, you’ll find out how you can attract new clientele with this heart-centered, proven approach to elevator pitches that helps you and your business thrive.
We hope you’re able to catch the event as scheduled… however, if you register and miss it, you’ll receive a downloadable recording as soon as it’s available.
About the Presenter
Sharla Jacobs and her husband and business partner, Jesse Koren, have been recognized as the world’s leading authorities when it comes to teaching coaches and holistic practitioners how to attract more clients. In the past 16+ years, Thrive Academy members have earned over $200M collectively. Many of the transformational leaders of today had their first 6-figure year while studying with Sharla and Jesse.
On the surface, it seems that Sharla and Jesse are just teaching practical skills and templates to coaches and holistic practitioners so they can attract more clients and have their first $10,000 month. However, what they’re best known for is providing deeply transformational experiences for people who know that they’ve also got to work on their inner game if they want to create a thriving business.
Their book, The Art of Attracting Clients, has become an international hit that has inspired people all over the world to enroll high-paying clients while staying connected with their heart.
And Sharla and Jesse love to give. To date, they have awarded over $15M in scholarships to their live events. They’ve had two schools built for children in Kenya, and have also contributed thousands of dollars each year to provide clean water and food for people globally.