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So far Kelsa Dickey has created 4 blog entries.

The One Question Every Financial Coach Needs to Ask

You’ve done it. You booked your first financial coaching client! You’re jumping for joy! You’re excited! You texted your bestie right away because EEEEK this was too exciting to keep to yourself.  And it is. We’re over here celebrating with you.  via GIPHY Once that excitement fades though, you may be left with another, altogether less pleasant feeling: Dread.  Getting a client to book with you - whether they are paying or not - is part of the battle. But it’s only part. Now comes the hard part. Now you have to actually provide a service. You have to show [...]

By |2020-09-23T21:59:14+00:00September 23rd, 2020|

Kelsa Interviews Instagram Expert, Jen Dufore

Marketing yourself as a financial coach is one of the hardest parts about becoming a solopreneur and financial coach. Have you ever considered using Instagram to market yourself as a financial coach? While referral partners are our number one choice for building consistent sources for new clients, there is something to be said about social media as a supplemental source of clients. There are so many options for social media platforms. Facebook, Youtube, Instagram, Reddit, etc. All of them have different pros and cons. There are some very important things to consider when deciding on social media platforms to tackle. [...]

By |2020-09-23T21:58:44+00:00August 28th, 2020|

My Last Day In Corporate America

Eleven years ago today was my last day in Corporate America.  It was the day I became a full-time financial coach. I remember thinking, "I'll give it a year...and if I can't cut it, if I'm crazy and this 'coaching thing' doesn't work out, I'll just go back into Corporate America." In other words, I totally didn't expect it to become what it has.  My business was my first baby.  Michael was soooo supportive!! He was my biggest cheerleader at this time - in other words, not much has changed! I was clueless at how to communicate my value and [...]

By |2019-04-24T21:12:06+00:00March 25th, 2019|

Tough Client Conversations: What To Do If a Client Asks You for a Discount

Years ago, I found myself getting offended when people would ask for a discount on my coaching. My time was valuable. I set that price for a reason. Why would anyone think I would charge them less just because? But then I had to step back and make a mental shift around discounts. I told myself, "It's great that they ask. They should ask. It doesn't mean I have to say yes, and it doesn't mean they don't value what I'm offering." In fact, I challenge my clients to ask for a better price when they're buying something just to [...]

By |2019-05-16T19:31:40+00:00January 2nd, 2019|
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