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Six Authentic Ways To Attract Clients Online

Posted on January 29th, 2018 by The Learning Factor

Tired of chasing down your ideal clients and ultimately scaring them away? Good. To be honest, this method isn’t good for business anyway. But I don’t have to convince you of that — poor results will. Thankfully, there is a better way, a more profitable and enjoyable way. The following six methods are ones you can implement immediately to earn clients online without spamming them — no tech expertise required.

 

1. Host an online workshop.

 

The days of showing off a certificate or a degree on the wall are over. The best thing you can do to demonstrate you are the right expert to work with is to add value to your target audience. In just 45 minutes, an online workshop affords you an opportunity to educate, entertain and inspire people so that they know why you are (or aren’t) the right fit for them to work with.

 

If you are not sure what topics to cover, consider the questions you are most frequently asked and/or how your ideal client group’s most common costly mistakes. At the end of the workshop, you can invite them to continue learning with you in your coaching program. 

 

2. Send value-rich emails.

One of the most common reasons people will give for not working with you is that it’s not the right time. That’s an easy one to solve — simply keep in touch via email and continue adding value, inviting them to future online workshops and sharing testimonials from your current clients.

 

When the time is right, they will have all the information they need to make a well-informed buying decision about joining your program. This is a great and low-pressure way to increase your positioning, elaborate more on your brand and values and build more trust with them. By the time they do sign on to work with you, they will feel more confident than ever about their investment.

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Leave the link and comment spam to someone else. Utilize these productive approaches to find your future clients online.

6 Ways You Can Cultivate a Healthy and High-Performing Culture

Posted on November 3rd, 2017 by The Learning Factor

Companies want to be profitable and maximize their performance and impact both in the world and within their industry.

 

With that said, accomplishing those feats starts with cultivating a culture to allow those things to happen which starts with a priority on employee well-being.

 

Culture is important — it affects engagement, mindset, reputation, recruitment of talent, and well being. When looking to cultivate a healthy and high performing culture, start by emphasizing these six points:

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A companies success lies in the vitality of their workforce.

This Is How The Way You Read Impacts Your Memory And Productivity

Posted on October 13th, 2017 by The Learning Factor

It’s no understatement that digital mediums have taken over every aspect of our lives. We check what our friends are doing on the glowing screens in our hands, read books on dedicated e-readers, and communicate with customers and clients primarily through email. Yet for all the benefits digital mediums have provided us, there has been a growing body of evidence over the past several years that the brain prefers analog mediums.

 

Studies have shown that taking notes by longhand will help you remember important meeting points better than tapping notes out on your laptop or smartphone. The reason for that could be that “writing stimulates an area of the brain called the RAS (reticular activating system), which filters and brings clarity to the fore the information we’re focusing on,” according to Maud Purcell, a psychotherapist and journaling expert. If that’s the case, and the analog pen really is mightier than the phone, it’s no wonder some of my colleagues have ditched smartphones for paper planners.

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Studies show that reading printed material instead of on screens helps you better retain information.

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