The "Coach" is feeling guilty that they haven't helped us little people more
The "Coach" really and truly wants us to succeed
The "Coach" has made oodles of money and really just wants to share the wealth
The "Coach" only wants truly dedicated and committed people that will give testimonials as to how effective the program was....
And of course, after all of this blabber, the bottom line is usually a 4 figure amount to join the coaching program to prove that you are serious since the Guru is going to spend their time making you a success.
Don't get me wrong - I believe in coaching. It's a great way to learn the ropes and anything that is a shortcut to money is a good thing.
What I am truly tired of is this sales approach! If you need testimonials, if you truly want to help a few truly deserving and desperate people - then find a few people that REALLY need your help, and lift them up by the bootstraps!
Believe it or not - there are actually people that DO need help and are willing to work their tails off for the privilege of learning this business.....but they are not the ones that can afford to spend $5k on your coaching program.
I am just tired of this blatantly phony sales approach. Be honest, sell your coaching program without telling us how you 'need' to help others succeed, when what you really need is a bunch of people sending you thousands of dollars for your expertise.
Let's just start the year with some honesty in marketing!