May 13, 2010
A free intro session gives you a chance to show potential clients what you can do for them. Monique Ames explains how you can make a great first impression on new athletes.
Our Free Intro is a one-on-one private session, and the purpose of the intro is two-fold. The first is to give the prospective member a real good look at what they’ll be getting and what they’ll be paying for. If you want to charge $150-200 per month, you’d better show clients why they should pay it. It’s about quality coaching and a strong knowledge base—and the ability to demonstrate both in a professional and inspiring way.
The second purpose of the intro is to get a clear picture of what this person’s capabilities and goals are. What are her health issues and limitations? You’ll need to show (prove) that you can work with her and still achieve her goals. Can you deliver the goods? The intro is all about getting to know each other. The client has a need and wants to know if you can fulfill it. A good intro will answer that question.