Coaching Session With Lain: Her Biggest Month EVER
A slightly manic writer, speaker, and deep thinker – Lain Ehmann
Lain’s hardwork paid off – she had her biggest month ever in March! Tune in to see exactly how she did it. What was the most critical piece that worked out of the actions she took. Plus a huge comfort zone challenge she did when I was on my trip in Bali (listen in to the end to watch the video I made for her in Bali telling her I wasn’t going to give her ANY advice and she had to figure it out herself!)
Live and in person!
How fun was it to be able to do this coaching session in person? As you’ll hear about in the video, Jaime invited me to attend her Millionaire Masters implementation retreat in Austin as a resident expert. I attended this very event one year ago as an attendee, so it was very cool to be able to reflect on all that’s happened in the past 12 months.
This session we talked a lot about a huge goal I achieved — having my biggest month ever in March. One thing that Jaime does that is so important is to reflect not just on things that didn’t go as well, but on my wins, too. We spent some time chatting about why March was so profitable, and how I can continue that trajectory.
Four things in particular:
- Prospecting more consistently
- Raising my prices
- Proposing multi-month packages rather than just one month or one project
- Presenting the proposal live, rather than sending it off via email.
We also talked about a new project I have planned (maybe you may want to take part!?).
AND… we reviewed a serious butt-kicking Jaime gave me while she was in Bali in March. 🙂
- Reverse-engineering a big month
- Why sometimes you have to just jump and not look for reassurance or guidance
- Testimonials – how to get good ones!
- My beta program
- 20 referrals/leads and 10 calls
- Kick off my beta program with 12 people
- Write a super blog post covering some of my process (you can read it here!)
- Hire an assistant by the end of April (DONE!)
I love so much that Jaime doesn’t hesitate to tell me the hard truth or encourage me to move forward, even in uncertainty. It would be easy for me to find someone who just told me what to do and how to do it, but that’s not what I want. Especially since I’ve been working on growing my confidence level, it’s critical for me to make my own calls on things and have confidence in my ability to make it work.
Each time I review a session, I see so much growth. It’s not always easy, but it’s always good.
Thanks so much for listening!
What do you think? Any lessons learned? Post in the comments!
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