I'm just sayin….
that I keep hearing that folks are paying high ticket to coaches…only to be kept at arms length.
This is not cool to agree to help someone and then disappear…or not want to help.
Folks need help and that is why they pay coaches.
Not just to be able to say they work with you. This is not why most people pay coaches.
(Although, I have seen a trend where people are telling me how much they LOVE their coach….but are not getting results at all. I guess they just like being in their world and are ok with that?! SMH)!
Now, I'm the first to say that a lot of coaches definitely undervalue themselves and what they provide. This is on the other side of the spectrum.
And that's not what I'm addressing here today.
I'm addressing that if people are going to make that huge decision to work with a coach and invest, they should be taken care of…
not sent away with some materials and then kept at bay until they dare to ask for some help. And then….
asked endless questions about what THEY think they should do to build the business. If they knew, they wouldn't have hired a coach (or consultant/strategist) in the first place.
And there really has to be an element of one-on-one attention for high ticket. People need to be able to get ahold of their coach without waiting until a group call. That just wastes time.
We all get that you want to scale, but if this is the way that clients are treated, your business will not be sustainable. Because word gets around.
So before you start thinking that you want to "divorce yourself from actually coaching", (another thing I keep hearing)…
think about whether you want to coach at all!
In, that case, being a course creator who creates deliverable lower cost courses might be the way forward for you if you don't really want to coach and just want earn money without that aspect.
It's all good.
It's just not good to take large sums of money from folks and not provide value and not have your heart in it.