Module 3: Create an Outstanding Coaching Experience
The best long-term growth strategy for every nutrition coaching business is retention. For retention, you need to bring your coaching A-game to the table. On this page, you learn proven mindsets, skills, and strategies for how to do it.
The original Coaching Session Preparation Kit has grown far bigger than I initially intended. Thank you to everyone for the amazing content ideas, questions, and feedback.
The Coaching Session Preparation Kit is now part of the bigger „Sell Your First Coaching Package“ Kit. Some videos and resources have been moved to newly introduced modules. You have access to all modules via the menu at the top of the page. Enjoy exploring all the new and free content that I have added.
How to Do Client Check-ins
Learn how to keep track of your clients and how to organize your client check-ins.
Client check-ins and keeping track of your clients while you don’t see them is crucial to make important coaching decisions.
But how should you do client check ins? By phone, email, video calls, …?
How frequently should you check in with your clients?
And what questions do should you ask your clients during your check in?
I go over best practices for client check ins and to individualize them to your clients on track.
How Do You Structure a Nutrition Coaching Session
Many nutrition coaches struggle to help their clients because they don’t know how to structure their coaching sessions.
They don’t know where to start or what to say so their clients actually take action consistently and reach their goals.
You will learn in this video the four stages of every great coaching session:
- What is the structure of a coaching session
- How to start a nutrition coaching session
- How to focus a nutrition coaching session
- The critical mistake many coaches make (and how to avoid it)
- How to evoke the client’s motivation for change
- How to troubleshoot your coaching session
- How to plan a next action step the right way
How to Prepare for the First Coaching Session With a New Client
Meeting with a client for the first time is a special moment. You get to know them, they get to know you, and it sets up the way you’re going to work together. It’s natural that you feel a nervous and want to make a good impression.
The key to feeling more prepared and dealing with nervousness is to develop a solid pre-session ritual that allows you to show up calm, relaxed, and professional.
In this video, you will learn my 3-step pre-session ritual to prepare for a first coaching session with a new client.
How to Write a Nutrition Program (Incl. Case Study)
Creating a nutrition program can be a huge challenge. There are so many moving parts that have to be considered and every new information can change the plan.
I show you how to write a nutrition program. We consider the main strategy and how to break it down into smaller steps.
We discuss how to measure success in a coaching program and how to adjust it based on the feedback that you get from your clients.
How to Start and Run Your First Coaching Session Like a Pro
The first coaching call is particularly important. It’s your opportunity to better understand your client and their life.
You show them your unique way of coaching, so they learn more about you and how you work. Building a strong relationship here means your client will stay longer with you (and ongoing income for your coaching business.)
It’s normal to be unsure about how, when, and where to start. Fearful of the unknown, unsure of your new skills, and frankly nervous. These conversations can feel weird and awkward, especially if you don’t know how to prepare for a session like this.
After watching this video, you will feel more calm and confident. Your clients will trust your expertise and leave the conversation excited for more.
How To Do Client Check Ins | Client Check Ins Explained
Client check-ins allow you to catch up with your client, celebrate their wins, support throw struggles, and constantly adjust the program based on their progress.
However, how do you optimally prepare for a client check-in? How do you structure the conversation? And what questions should you ask?
In this video, I show you how to do client check-ins so you feel confident having them.
Learn step-by-step how to structure online client check-ins with your clients so that they reach their goals.
The Best Nutrition Client Info Tracker Template
Did you know that 71% of customers end their relationship with a company due to poor customer service?
Add the fact that the coach-client connection is the biggest determinant for their success and you can see the importance of an outstanding coaching experience.
How to Write a Nutrition Program Without a Scale
What to Do When a Coaching Client Stops Responding
Every week you send your clients their check-in message … but now they stopped responding.
You start overthinking every interaction with them, trying to understand what you did wrong.
Luckily, there is a better solution.
Instead of overthinking, start following your reach-out routine.
Use these field-tested message templates and your clients will start responding.
How to Ask for Feedback From a Coaching Client
Many nutrition coaches want to provide the best possible service for their clients but they don’t know if they actually deliver it (or if there are opportunities to improve).
You will learn strategies to gather the right client feedback so you improve your coaching, make your clients happy and boost client retention.
Module 4: Building a Track Record of Success
Testimonials and referrals are two of the most important pieces of content you can create. Just like word-of-mouth, they communicate that potential clients can trust you and you deliver your promises.