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Kirsty van den Bulk

One thing I have learned over the past year is coaches need coaching.


I met David at an event at the beginning of March when he was delivering a coaching session. I liked David’s positive energy and we started talking.


I had just completed a rebrand and got to the point of being brave by added pricing to my website. David stood up to talk and within minutes I realised we were on the same page.


We decided to meet for a coffee, we talked, and David started to ask the same style of questions I ask my clients. There was much laughter and joining of minds, we realised we could help and support each other.  At the end of the meeting, we decided to take the conversation deeper, David had identified my sticking point with my services.


We arranged a second meeting, during the session the conversation was more structured with David helping to clear the block. I had already written the content I wanted to use; I had stopped trusting my gut. It is very easy to get lost in your own to do list and become trapped by unknown fear.


David helped me to see the copy I had hidden on my website was what I should have as my landing page. It was transparent, explained my services succinctly and with emotional clarity. I still needed to pluck up the courage and go further by adding an easier way to see my price points.


David helped by appealing to my corporate brain, going through the commercials and the rationale behind my pricing. The irony being, I tell my clients the same thing.  At the end of the session, I was comfortable and confident in my pricing and wording. I went home and sorted the last section of the website, cleaned up and simplified my services and posted my pricing with confidence.


David understood where I was stuck and why.

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