How to “sell” at the end of a detox or cleanse

Spring officially starts tomorrow, which means it is cleanse and detox season.

You actually can and should run cleanses and detoxes throughout the year, however during this time of year, these programs are particularly popular.

 

Offering a detox or cleanse can actually be a great strategy for filling spots in your private coaching practice – so you can be even more profitable.

 

Today, I am going to show you how to do this, and it involves using my favorite online scheduling system.

 

There are 3 strategies you can implement to convert cleanse or detox participants into private coaching.

 
Strategy #1: Provide amazing value that leaves your participants amazed at the quality of the program and level of support you provide. This will leave your participants wanting more from you.

 

Strategy #2: Design your program so that your participants experience immediate results, but don’t attempt to solve all of their problems. A 7-day, 14-day, or 21-day program should be designed to help participants in a specific area of their health.

Designing the program in this way guarantees their success and will leave them wanting additional support from you. During the program, you can seed the option of continuing to work with you privately. You will want to make sure any language you use, when you seed the offer, comes from a place of being of service rather than selling.

 

Strategy #3: Offer a bonus 30-minute post-detox or post-cleanse strategy session.  In this session, you will talk to participants about their experience on the cleanse or detox and next steps. One of the next steps you can propose is working with you privately.

 

I strongly recommend you use an online scheduling system, such as Time Trade to schedule the bonus sessions.

In the following video I show you, step-by-step, how to set-up a calendar in Time Trade.
 

 

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Please post them below so I can support you in converting cleanse and detox participants into becoming private clients.

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