Category Archive: Programs & Packaging

Is Your Product Overwhelming Your Audience?

You are excited! You want to build your authority and bring a consistent cash flow to your business. And, you have SO much information to share. Michele A. Scism shares some tips for creating a “right-sized” product for your audience.

By Michele A Scism

Five Steps To Grow From a Private Practice To Group Programs

Are you looking to make the shift from working with private clients one-on-one to working with group programs? Fabienne Fredrickson shares with you the steps she took so you can plan ahead for how you too can make this shift.

By Fabienne Fredrickson

How to Promote Your Product in 3 Easy Steps

One of the biggest objections entrepreneurs have about creating products is that they don’t know how to promote them (or if they do – their promotion isn’t very effective). Michele A. Scism shares three great ways to simplify your product promotion.

By Michele A Scism

How To Set Up Your First Continuity Program

As your business grows, you need to create programs that serve multiple clients at the same time. Doing this helps you serve a lot more people then you can with one-on-one services. Fabienne Fredrickson shares her insights on how to set up your first continuity program.

By Fabienne Fredrickson

Creating a Mind Map

You may be wondering exactly how you can apply creative ways to increase the value of your products and services to your specific business. Especially if you’re particularly stuck. Michele Pariza Wacek suggests one creativity exercise you could try is a mind map.

By Michele Pariza Wacek (Michele PW)

The Next Step: What To Do With Clients Who Finish Your Program

If you have packages and programs, you will ultimately have clients who finish or complete their initial program. You may wonder, “What can I do with these clients next?” Fabienne Fredrickson shares insights on what to do with clients who finish your program.

By Fabienne Fredrickson

My Top 6 Tips for Packaging Your One-on-One Services

Are you still stuck in the trap of trading hours for dollars? Dana D'Orsi shares her top 6 tips for packaging your services so they’re irresistible to prospective clients.

By Dana D'Orsi

Taking The Next Step: What To Do With Clients Who Finish Your Program

If you’ve been in business for awhile, you have a number of clients who completed your initial program. You may wonder, “What can I do with these clients next?” They are a valuable group since they have already invested in working with you. Fabienne Fredrickson explains how to go to that next step.

By Fabienne Fredrickson

Four Keys To Creating An Evergreen Boot Camp

If your practice is filling up and you are looking for ways to serve more people, consider developing a boot camp program. Fabienne Fredrickson shares four keys to creating an evergreen boot camp.

By Fabienne Fredrickson

You Are So Deserving

Most women, when they first start their business, think they have to learn, be or do more before they can offer ‘Platinum Style’ packages or programs. Why? Because we get hooked into telling ourselves a variety of untruths. Kendall SummerHawk shares tips on how you can quickly re-organize your services and transform ho-hum offers into Platinum Style success.

By Kendall SummerHawk

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