Are you an expert, coach, or consultant looking to sell your programs and make a significant impact? The thought of selling programs and licensing trainings may seem daunting, but fear not! There is a simple and effective plan that you can follow to achieve success. In this article, we will inspire and encourage experts like you by providing a step-by-step blueprint for selling programs. By embracing this blueprint, you can navigate the process with confidence, unlock new opportunities, and achieve your business goals.
As a course creator, expanding your business and profit potential might be as simple as adding a couple more zeros to the price of your program. By licensing your course or training program to corporations, agencies, organizations, and other entrepreneurs, you can tap into a powerful and underutilized strategy for growth. This article will explore five common ways to package your online course or training program for sale to other companies and corporations, helping you unlock the potential of reaching hundreds or even thousands of people through a single buyer.
Are you an expert, coach, consultant, or speaker looking to take your business to the next level? Have you considered licensing your course or training to other companies, organizations, or even school districts? If not, you may be missing out on a massive opportunity for scalability and growth.
In a recent episode of the SweetLife Entrepreneur™ Podcast, April Beach, breaks down the steps to take your course from selling for $99 to $9,000, or even from $999 to $99,000.
The key to this transformation, she says, is not changing the course or the training itself, but rather changing the buyer.
Knowing the answers to these questions will help you identify potential buyers for your program.
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