I personally love group coaching.
There’s something magical about working with a group.The community that grows in a session, the support and validation participants get from each other–these programs fuel me in a special way.
And group coaching was how I first reached multiple six figures in my business and beyond seven figures now. Group coaching programs are the backbone of my business for a reason beyond how much I love doing them.
But that’s me. Group coaching may not be for you, and that’s okay.
To help you figure it out – let’s dive in!
Here’s a big pro: Group coaching can give you room to become an even better coach. Working with a more diverse group of people can present you with better questions and new challenges that really hone your programs and skills in ways it might not with private coaching.
It also has tons of flexibility in schedule, size, and pricing, and the scalability makes it a very profitable model. But it does have its drawbacks…one of which is that the market has changed, and it’s not quite as easy to stand out if you want to do a big group program.
Today let’s take a closer look at group coaching and some of the pros and cons that come with it, some of which might surprise you.
Listen to the full episode to hear:
- How flexibility and accessibility in group coaching can help you beat burnout
- Why you have to be even more comfortable with marketing yourself and facing rejection with group programs than one on one coaching
- Seven steps to building your curriculum and sell your program
- Upfront costs and money math you might not have considered
- The top six tools you need to get a group coaching program off the ground
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