In this video, I share how to close a class in a one-on-one setting. It's quickly done and is much simpler than the class setting.
How much you go into everything you share depends on the individual. I talk about some hints on how you'll be able to know what to share.
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I have set up my Natural Solutions Classes for in person and Zoom calls, just to commit to doing them:) I’ve presented to two groups, no 1:1s yet. I’ve literally got a class set up for every day of the week and it is up on Eventbrite, so I’m anticipating the influx of ticket grabbers. It’s been slow as mud, but as the saying goes... No Mud, no Lotus Flower! Your tips will help me when I most need them!
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