As a coach, you have a lot of stuff to do!
Helping your clients reach their goals, spend time with your family, sleep, etc…
However, every time you decide to be a bit more consistent in your business such as posting at least every day on social media, something comes up and you end up missing a day or two…
At first, it doesn’t seem a big thing, however, this day or two thing ends up being a week or even worst, a month!
The problem is that as a coach you are already too busy to stay consistent. You may think that the only solution is to have an entire team with you.
However, I’m going to show you that with some preparation you can do all this by yourself without spending a DIME!
You might think that posting once in a while is more than enough and that it’s not worth your time. However, in this article, I will prove that this is not correct.
You have to establish yourself as the go-to coach because all these small steps I’m going to show you compounded over time will have a positive impact on your business.
You have to write at least one article per week. I know it seems a lot of work, but it’s not if you have a framework to follow.
We have created a content creation cheat sheet to help you create better content faster!
If you write one article per week that means you can get in touch with your audience at least once a week and bring them back to your website!
People spend the majority of their time on social media and I’m sure your audience too! Make sure to stay top of mind by posting relevant content to your social media. Remember what you post has to be useful to your audience, eg: blog articles, infographics, etc.
To help you with this, you can use The Social Plan to help you post every day without hassle.
Everything you’re going to post as of now has to somehow mention or be related to your niche. If you help people with anxiety then you have to talk about them in your blog articles, posts on social media and in your tagline.
We want you to be consistent regarding your niche and what you do to help them. That way, your audience will know that you are the best coach to help them with their issues.
I’m sure you decided to become a coach to help people.
If this is the case, you have to join Facebook groups related to your niche and contribute to them. Genuinely help the people in the group with issues or questions they have.
You may be a bit reluctant to provide free information but look this is what I’m doing too and I don’t have fewer clients!
You want to help them FIRST before asking them anything.
Also, call it the way you want mojo, karma but I believe that when you genuinely help someone for FREE you’ll get it back at some point.
Don’t go crazy and publish 10 pieces of content a day during a week and then disappear.
Make sure to have a plan for the long term, start slow finish strong.
Here is the plan:
Publish at least once a day on all social media with The Social Plan
– Help or contribute at least once in a Facebook group per week .
– Find a title for your blog article on Monday, create a draft on Wednesday and publish it on Sunday. Once done, send an email to your list to let them know you have a new blog article. Use our framework to help you.
Try to do this for a month and let me know how it goes!
I if you find this difficult, send me a message and tell me what’s holding you back! I’m sure together we can find a solution to help you stay consistent. 😊
Founder & Business Consultant
Moe – Digital Agency for Life & Career Coaches
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