You may be thinking to yourself, this sounds wonderful but … how do I get clients? How do I craft my messaging and target my ideal client? Where do I start?
The Certified Divorce Coach® Program offers several different sections focused on Business Building – specific marketing strategies, understanding how to connect to other professionals for referrals, scripts for discovery sessions, messaging and templates which can be modified for your own use. There is also a bonus of free access to the CDC® library of business development materials – everything you need to engage more effectively with potential clients – and gain more clients.
Every week you have assignments as part of the coursework that lays down the foundation of your coaching skills with clients and the structures you need to develop your coaching practice. We are with you all the way, cheering you on and believing in you until you believe in yourself as a divorce coach.
Along with your class registration, if you register before March 19th, you will also gain access to the bonus program, “Getting Clients For Divorce Coaching,” an invaluable tool which will help you get a jump-start on engaging clients and developing your practice.
The Bonus Program focuses on identifying your ideal divorce client and understanding what would motivate them to become a client. We also explore how to develop messages that will attract a prospective client to learn more about Divorce coaching. CDC works closely with participants to help them craft their own distinct message specifically to attract their own version of an ideal client.
With this picture of the ideal client in mind, you can tailor the frameworks, tools, and techniques we provide and practice throughout the Divorce Coaching Intensive so that your thinking is oriented to your ideal client from the get-go! We want you to reach and surpass whatever goals you have set for yourself to be successful as defined by you. This is not a fill-in-the blank approach to creating your message. It draws on your own unique strengths, vision, words, and personality.
The CDC® Certified Divorce Coach program includes not only the skills and know-how to be a great divorce coach but also the business building blocks that you can use to attract your ideal clients and serve them in a professional manner and engage with other divorce professionals on solid footing. You will have a solid foundation in place starting from your first day as a CDC® Certified Divorce Coach!
Registration begins March 1, 2022, for the next CDC® Certified Divorce Coach and the CDC® Divorce Transition and Recovery Coach® Training which starts May 3, 2022, through August 19, 2022.
Most importantly, don’t miss the deadline of March 19th to qualify for the 4-Session Live Call Bonus Program “Getting Clients for Divorce Coaching” starting the week of March 21st.
Why not take the first step toward having a new set of skills and a new way to generate income in a more satisfying and fulfilling way? Don’t you deserve that? This isn’t for everyone, so why don’t you explore the details of the course and then you can decide. Schedule a one-on-one call with the co-founders of the program and get all of your questions answered quickly.
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