Wednesday, September 16, 2009

How to Easily Generate Recurring Income

Please click on the headline/link above to listen to the audio, or “right click” to download the file to your computer! Thank you!

NOTE! This is a longer-than-normal K-Cast, running about twice the usual length.

Hello, Magnificent Coaches,

This month's K-Cast finds me in a conversation about making the shift from group coaching into a continuity program.

I'm joined in this dialog by Stephany Burrowes, of Sensational Wisdom. She is a coach who, as many of us, is 'on a mission;' in her case "to live in the Heart of Beauty while facilitating the emergence and flowering of each person’s exquisite perfection which already exists within every one of us." What a beautiful expression of her chosen life path!

Her coaching practice focuses on working with creatives: artists, writers, and performers. You can read more in the pages of her Web site:

We start with the basics, but move on rapidly from there. Initially, Stephany asks me:
  • What is a continuity group?
  • Who is it for?
  • What are the ideal minimum and maximum numbers for the group?
  • Should you have more than one group?
  • How often do you meet?
  • Should it be Content or Theme driven?
  • What do you charge?
Other questions she and I discuss are:
  • Why do a continuity group?
  • Does it work if you do not have a clear niche?
  • How does it combine with individual coaching?
  • What are the benefits for the clients, and the coach?
We also delve into continuity group marketing, and member retention. Part of retention is creating significant value above and beyond the actual phone sessions - but what should you offer? That is the question! Stephany and I explore the possibilities.

There's so much more to this K-Cast than I can share here. I suggest you click on the title bar above and listen in. We discuss many of the technical issues in putting together, and running a successful continuity program. If you've been considering adding one to your coaching practice, this is a great place to start.

Until next time, I wish you ease, and joy!

Love and Great Joy,


P.S. If you'd like to see the landing page for my continuity program, the eCommunity Mentor Coaching Club, go to: It may spark some ideas!

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