September Events at ICF Sacramento
Tuesday the 12th from 11:30 AM to 1:15 PM
Earn 1 CCEU for Resource Development
Mary Cravets will join us in person to share her expertise
in marketing for coaches.
You love coaching, but want it to be easier to attract more clients consistently, right? This highly interactive class gives you the simplest, most effective way to generate a steady stream of high-end clients without giving up your nights and weekends. In a no-hype environment, we'll identify immediately implementable client generation tools, customized to your strengths and values.
Applauded as "a coach approach to marketing," this method has a proven track record of helping coaches quickly generate more clients and increase their income by 50-100%.
- Learn to strategically focus only on client generation activities you enjoy so you show up powerfully and consistently attract high-end clients.
- Cut back time on marketing by 50-90%, which multiplying your results and getting your nights and weekends back.
- Develop a streamlined strategy so you can stop stressing about where your next client is coming from, and instead relax and focus on making a bigger impact in the lives of others.
ICF Sacramento Charter Chapter Members and Chapter Affiliates attend Free, but please RSVP. Guests: Please RSVP and pay guest fees of $15 via PayPal or $20.00 at the door.
Location: Academy for Coaching Excellence, 1900 Point West Way, Room 140, Sacramento, CA 95815
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Mary is a Client Generation Expert and International Speaker who works with driven, busy coaches around the world to help them fill their practices with great clients without working nights and weekends. Using her methods, the majority of her clients quickly increase their income 50-100%.
Within the coaching industry, Mary’s methods are described as a “coach approach to marketing,” and because of this, she is invited to present and teach worldwide.
Her understanding of the industry and her clients’ proven track records of success have led to invitations to participate in conversations with leaders from ACTO (Association of Coach Training Organizations), coach training school owners, and people at the corporate and leadership levels of ICF about how solve the systemic problem of coaches leaving the industry due to being unable to generate clients.
Thanks to the freedom her proven business systems afford her, Mary spends much of her time focused on family with her husband, Adam, on the beautiful central coast of California. She’s also an avid roller coaster enthusiast and a kayaking volunteer for the SeaLife Stewards wildlife protection program in Morro Bay.
To learn more about Mary, go to www.marycravets.com