Ever felt like you’re running a marathon on a treadmill?
Working hard, but not really getting anywhere?
That’s the story of many one-on-one service providers.
You’re giving it your all, but there’s a limit to how much you can grow.
It’s like being stuck in a room with a ceiling so low, you can’t stand up straight.
This is exactly where Ashley Shepherd found herself.
As a CPA specializing in tax services, she was doing well, but she hit a ceiling.
Her business model was a one-on-one service and more than anything else, she wanted growth. More scalability, less workload.
Here’s the lowdown on Ashley’s journey, and how she (and you) can shake things up…
Ashley’s Goal: Transition to a ‘Done With You’ Model
Ashley wanted to switch gears from doing everything for her clients to a model where she could teach and guide instead.
It’s like moving from being the chef who cooks every dish to becoming the master chef who guides the team in the kitchen.
She needed a plan. A roadmap to seamlessly transition from one-on-one services to group coaching.
Mapping the Route to Group Coaching Success
So, how do you make this shift?
How do you take your expertise and package it into a group coaching model that not only scales your business but also provides immense value to your clients?
First, it’s about getting clear on what you’re currently offering and how that can translate into a group setting.
Think about your services like individual ingredients. Now, how can you mix these into a recipe for a group program?
Next up, consider the structure and pricing.
Group coaching doesn’t mean less value.
Your price should reflect the value you’re providing while making it accessible to a broader audience.
Think about the transformation you want your clients to have and how a group setting can facilitate this journey.
Then, it’s about communication. How do you pitch this new offer to your audience?
It’s crucial to highlight the benefits of group coaching – the community aspect, the shared learning experience, and of course, the access to you, albeit in a different format.
Implementing The Strategy That Changed the Game
Ashley’s approach was threefold.
First, she dissected her current offerings, looking at how each aspect could be translated into a group setting.
She asked herself, “What common challenges do my clients face, and how can I address these in a collective environment?”
Next, she outlined her new service model.
Instead of handling every detail for her clients, she focused on guiding them through the process, offering advice, and being there for support.
This shift meant creating structured programs, setting up group sessions, and using online platforms for wider reach and interaction.
Finally, Ashley focused on her delivery method.
She leveraged technology to its fullest – think webinars, online workshops, and interactive forums.
This not only broadened her reach but also added a layer of convenience for her clients and herself.
A scalable business model that frees up Ashley’s time and increases her revenue potential. Plus, it offers her clients a more interactive and learning-focused experience.
What About You?
Now, think about your own business.
Are you in the same boat as Ashley, feeling capped by the one-on-one model?
Here’s your cue to act.
Can you see a way to transform your services into a group coaching format?
If yes, start sketching out your plan.
Structure your program, decide on the pricing, and think about how you’ll deliver it.
Remember, shifting to group coaching is about growing your business on your terms. It’s about making your days count, not just counting the days.
If you’re nodding along, thinking, “Yeah, that’s me,” then you’re already halfway there.
And if you’re looking for someone to bounce ideas off or just want a bit of guidance, you know where to find us.
Let’s get this party started.
Move from one-on-one to group, and let’s see where this can take your business.
You ready? Let’s do this! 🚀