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Meet your host
Lover of chocolate and sweat pants, Christie has built a 7-figure coaching business and spent years in the coaching industry as a successful coach. Now she’s here to go behind-the-scenes and share the good, the bad, and the ugly so that you can do the same. Grab your thinking wine, and dive in!
Dear Coach Pony: What’s the Best Way to Build a Website For My Coaching Business?
It’s easy to spend a LOT of money and invest a lot of time and stress into your website. What kind of website do you really need as a new or growing coach? Where do you even start? Today, Bobbi and I are talking about websites.
Dear Coach Pony: How Do I Change My Niche?
On today’s episode, Bobbi and I are talking about niching! We’ll give you our best advice on how to choose one, and what to do when your business evolves and that niche doesn’t quite fit you anymore.
Dear Coach Pony: Is Group Coaching Better Than Private Coaching?
We’re diving into the never ending debate about group versus private coaching. We’ll do some money math and dig into the why and the how of making the choice between sticking to one on one or making the move to group coaching.
Dear Coach Pony: Should I Run Ads to Get Coaching Clients?
Do I need to run paid ads? Today, I’m joined by Team Pony’s Director of Growth Marketing (and my husband), Suhaib Abdali to answer that question.
Dear Coach Pony: How Do I Get Clients to Give Me Good Testimonials (Without Being Pushy?)
Today, we’re digging into testimonials. Why humans love them, how to ask for them without feeling like a sleaze, and why it really, really isn’t too much to ask of your clients. We promise.
Dear Coach Pony: All of Your Refund Questions Answered!
Refunds can be a tricky and uncomfortable situation. But today, Bobbi and I are giving you our best advice for how to handle these requests with integrity, so you can best serve your clients and your business.