Frequently Asked Questions

 

"Will ThiS Be Worth It?"

Well, what is it worth for you to be the owner of a successful coaching business?

What is it worth for you to know that you get to wake up each day and make money by helping other people achieve their full potential?

Also worth considering: what is the cost of staying where you are? How much is it costing you each month to stay stuck thinking about what to do while trying to figure everything out yourself?

In very real financial terms, this program will allow you to charge $500+ per client, per month if you'd like. So if you're successful at getting three clients you will have doubled your original investment in the program after just the first month. And even if you decide to charge only a portion of that, or get two clients, the program will have more than paid for itself.

Otherwise, that's money that you'll be leaving on the table each month until you (hopefully) figure it out on your own.

"Will this Work For ME?"

Yes. If you take action like my past clients have, you will get similar results. If you don't take action, then nothing will work for you.

If you're wondering whether you're a good fit for the program, scroll back up and read the section on "Who This Is For" and "Who This Is Not For".

Assuming you meet that criteria, then this will work for you.

"Yeah, But What If It Doesn't?"

Then we'll both be very surprised.

That said: If by the end of the 30 days you feel you haven't gotten an excellent return on your investment, I'll happily give you a full refund.

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All I ask is that you show up to every call and that you do all of the assignments on time. If you do that and still aren't satisfied, shoot me an email by the end of the last call and I'll get you sorted out right away.

"What If This Makes Things Worse?"

You can't have less than zero clients.

"What Will Others Think If They Hear I've Spent Money On This?"

Tell them that you found a very affordable sales and marketing training program that's going to pay for itself with the clients that you get from it.

I don't know who your friends and family are, but if they're decent people then they probably want to support the things that are important to you.

And this coaching business is important to you, right?

Part of being a coach is leading by example. If you don't invest in the your own growth and development, other people won't invest in you. You'll be out of integrity with your stated mission and values.

As a reference point, the top coach certification program costs over $10,000 right now and teaches you almost nothing about how to actually make that money back by getting clients. With that perspective, this should be a no brainer.

"I haven't done any coach certification yet. Should I wait to sign up until I do that?"

This is not a requirement for the program. In fact, I don't believe that certifications are essential if you want to succeed as a coach. The best way to get good in my opinion is to start working with paid clients.

That said, I do strongly recommend that you have go through some sort of training as a coach. Could be self-study or classroom style. If you don't get good at what you do, you're not going to keep clients for very long.

"When Are The Live Calls?"

I'm glad you asked. The training calls are Tuesdays at 4:30pm ET and the Q+A calls are the same time but on Thursdays. Each call lasts for 90 minutes and you'll get lots of opportunities to interact with me on video.

Plan on being at every call. It's not a huge deal if you have to miss a training call, since everything is recorded. But I would definitely recommend being on the Q+A calls if you want coaching.

"How Can I Get IN Touch With YOu If I have More Questions?"

Just send me an email at greg@gregfaxon.com and I'll get back to you as soon as I can. If you're running close to the enrollmentdeadline, you may not want to risk it.