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Sales and Dealing with Objections with Yvette Desai
Are you struggling with sales? Sales can be hard to master. Afterall, when dealing with sales, you are also dealing with rejection. But there are some steps you can take to successfully fill your program and make sales with ease.
The key to sales is learning to overcome your prospective client’s objections. And the most common objection is money. But is it that someone doesn’t have the money to invest in your program? Or that your program doesn’t feel like a priority to them?
Listen to the Yoga Health Coaching episode to learn how to overcome objections and how to ask the right questions.
What you’ll get out of tuning in: How to deal with sales objections How to ask the right questions What is the cost of not making a change? Links Mentioned in Episode: Find out more about Yvette’s work Learn more about the Find the Money Course Watch the free Masterclass Show Highlights: Nurturing before making a sale Explaining the value of your program Speaking directly with the financial decision maker Timestamps: 3:06 Understanding the objections behind the money objection 8:48 Taking someone deep into their desire 15:20 The cost of not investing in yourself 22:01 The Know, Like and Trust factor Guest Bio: Ivette grew up in a house where food was used to celebrate everything — birthdays, holidays, the first day of school. Her mother loved to cook, and Ivette loved to help, and also loved to eat. This is where her passion for food and cooking began.
As a teen with very little outlet for her own emotions, Ivette became an emotional eater. Chocolate was her go-to, she ate when anxious, and even when she was bored.
As life evolved, Ivette found herself at the center of her own family, very little focus went to prioritizing her needs. She managed the household, worked while still waking up for the 5am boot camp, volunteering for the school, and giving back to the community.
She woke up one morning and could not get out of bed – her body ached in extreme pain and she felt physically and mentally exhausted. All the stress, running around, eating sugar for energy, drinking caffeine to stay awake, and drinking wine to soothe had taken its toll on Ivette’s body.
I realized all the negative thoughts and food addictions contributed to low energy, gut issues, hormonal imbalances. She became a health coach and began helping women like herself prioritize themselves, slow down, nourish their bodies, and really, truly heal.
Developing an yearly program with Lisa Myers
After completing Body Thrive, Lisa, a Yoga teacher and Ayurveda practitioner, new Yoga Health Coaching was the perfect program for her. Now in her fourth quarter of YHC, she has successfully led her first program.
Leading both a basic and premium 3 month program, Lisa is now focused on developing a yearly program. To do so, she is developing the necessary skills to offer a high ticket program and maintain her enrollment success.
Listen to the podcast to learn more about the Yoga Health Coaching marketing and enrollment training, what metrics you should be using and what skills you need to develop to make your yearly program a success.
What you’ll get out of tuning in: How to develop your program How to get specific about metrics How to get more members for your program Links Mentioned in Episode: Visit Lisa’s website More about the Find the Money Course Watch the free Masterclass Show Highlights: Developing a yearly program Prioritizing lifestyle design and freedom Understanding human design Timestamps: 1;41 Individual evolution in a group program 6:13 Developing a basic and premium program 14:42 Having a high ticket program and the necessary skills 22:36 YHC’s Marketing and enrollment training Guest Bio: Throughout her life, Lisa has always felt drawn to health and wellness. However, it wasn’t until college — when she was introduced to yoga and yoga philosophies — that she found a health practice that really stuck and worked for her.
When she graduated from college, her interest in yoga grew. At that time she was building solar farms and would work well over 50 hours a week. One day, on her way home from work, she discovered a yoga studio just off the highway and figured, rather than sitting in traffic, she could go to a yoga class for an hour.
This practice aligned her mind, body and emotions. Lisa’s well-being flourished and her career goals shifted. She realized that she needed to share the shifts she was experiencing and expanding into. It was in this very yoga studio that Lisa discovered Ayurveda for the first time.
After going through her yoga teacher training in 2016, Lisa made the commitment to pursue her certificate as an Ayurveda Health Counselor.
She is now on a journey to help other women feel better than they ever thought possible.
Romy Toussaint YHC Q3: "I am enough"
Romy Toussaint is a force to be reckoned with. Known to some as “The Energy Queen”, Romy has been a Yoga teacher for over 20 years and has dedicated her life to helping others to live their lives consciously.
Now in her third quarter of the Yoga Health Coaching, Romy is finishing her pilot, and can’t wait to enroll more people. She was able to pay off the course tuition and then some, but admits setting a price was the hardest part of the process.
Listen to the podcast to learn more about how Romy was able to fill her first group and make more money, while automating her processes for future growth.
What you’ll get out of tuning in: How to get comfortable with setting a price for you program How to use mantras when you feel overwhelmed How to overcome the fear of investing in yourself Links Mentioned in Episode: Listen to the Yoga of Colour More about the Find the Money Get to know Romy’s program Watch the Masterclass Show Highlights: Leading a dynamic group and keeping members engaged Automating your business to grow faster Identifying the drama triangle Timestamps: 2:35 Setting a price you feel uncomfortable with 8:38 Growing as a program leader 21:34 The power of having skin in the game Guest Bio: Romy Toussaint also known as “The Energy Queen” is dedicated to empower those around her to create a complete practice of consciously leading their lives; to manage their energy and become physically strong through all stages of their lives; to connect to their minds; strengthen their spirit so they can do their work in the world.
Romy is a transformational trainer and coach, motivational speaker, and yoga teacher .She is also a professional speaker and presenter on the benefits of mindfulness yoga and wellness. An expert at customizing and facilitating physical activity breaks, and mindfulness sessions at conferences and workshops for all types of groups and organizations.
In love with yoga for over 20 years, Romy has been married to her college sweetheart for 30 years and is the mother of four amazing sons and the oldest of 5 children.
Following Your Bliss with Michelle Gross
As the full-time director of an international development non-profit, Michelle Gross felt she couldn’t fit the Yoga Health Coaching program into her busy travelling schedule. But that all changed when she watched a Masterclass by Cate, and experienced the urgency of stepping into her zone of genius.
Armed with a strong “why” and supported by the YHC community, Michelle has been able to fill and run her pilot successfully in a few months, despite the fact she didn’t have an established wellness business.
Michelle is focused on getting her members to overcome social conditioning and achieving beauty from the inside out. Listen to the podcast to learn more about how Michelle is leading a culturally diverse group, her ambition to have a spanish speaking course and overcoming self-doubt.
What you’ll get out of tuning in: How to step out of your comfort zone How to keep your motivation How to coach different cultures Links Mentioned in Episode: Visit Michelle’s website More about the Find the Money Course Sign up for a Masterclass Show Highlights: Dealing with course members who are stressed The benefits of having an accountability partner The importance of the culture that surrounds you Timestamps: 1:48 Having the courage to step into your zone of genius 8:28 The stagnant feeling of unworthiness 14:29 Overcoming social conditioning 23:33 Adjusting your course to different cultures Guest Bio: Michelle Gross is a Yoga Health Coach and Trauma Informed Yoga teacher based in Orlando, Florida.
Michelle guides dynamic groups of people through transformative change using the habits of Ayurveda. She specializes in guiding groups and getting things done in a fun and positive way. She also manages an international development program, Sharing Smiles.
Fast Track to Pilot with Emily Glaser
As a clinical practitioner of Ayurveda, with a background in clinical nursing, Emily has dedicated her life to bringing together Eastern and Western medicine. To do so, she has split her time between her center in New Mexico and India. But that was before the pandemic.
Having to close her center due to COVID, Emily decided to start Yoga Health Coaching and pivot online. She has been on the fast track of YHC, transitioning her business to the new model.
Listen to the podcast to learn more about the support Emily has found in the YHC community, how she is organizing her business and learning how to sell high end tickets.
What you’ll get out of tuning in: How to pivot your existing wellness business How to sell a high end coaching ticket How to brainstorm your course bonuses Links Mentioned in Episode: Find out more about the Lead the Journey Course Check the Find the Money Course Watch the Masterclass Show Highlights: Bring East and West together Organizing your mind with the Lead the Journey Course Helping your members make lasting changes Timestamps: 2:55 Splitting time between New Mexico and India 11:49 The dynamic energy of having a community 17:51 Implementing YHC in an existing business 26:53 Vata overload and overwhelm as a Coach Guest Bio: Emily is the founder of Agni Ayurveda, in Santa Fe, NM. She is a clinical practitioner of Ayurveda specializing in Panchakarma cleansing, and a wisdom keeper of Vedic Astrology. Emily was trained by mystical doctors and healing masters who guided her to fine tune her capacity to perceive the many levels of reality that make up our human experience. With a background in clinical nursing, Emily is continually engaged in the process of learning and personal development. Her whole-being enrichment approach to healing bridges the East-West paradigm. She teaches and lectures internationally and currently resides part of the year in Vaidyagrama Ayurveda Healing Village, in Coimbatore, India.
Finding Ease and Flow with YHC Natalie Jackson
Natalie’s Yoga Health Coaching experience has been one of intensive growth and expansion. As a wilderness instructor and tiny house enthusiast, she entered YHC with a lot of limiting beliefs about money.
Now in her fourth quarter of YHC, Natalie is successfully enrolling people into her program and working on scaling her business. She has been leading her members to align to the habits, by using nature and her outdoors knowledge.
Even though her coaching plans had to be adjusted because of the pandemic, Natalie was able to create deep connections with her group, and the results have been incredible.
Listen to the episode to learn more about reconnecting to your why, creating a safe place for your members, and outsourcing tasks outside your zone of genius.
What you’ll get out of tuning in: How to reconnect to your why How to overcome limiting beliefs about money How to create connection online Links Mentioned in Episode: Learn more about the Find the Money Course Watch the Masterclass Learn more about Natalie’s Program Show Highlights: The experience of growing out of your own skin Creating a safe place for people to be themselves Adjusting your course due to the pandemic Timestamps: 3:25 Engaging in quality growth and expansion 8:12 Coaching Groups vs. Individual Coaching 15:54 Measuring impact and keeping to metrics 21:30 Outsourcing what you are not passionate about Guest Bio: Natalie is your go-to girl for vibrant health & simple living - as a certified Health Coach through the Institute of Integrative Nutrition and YogaHealer and a Wilderness Instructor - she believes it is her mission to help willing individuals to get unstuck, regain their health, reset negative thinking and reduce anxiety so they can experience their own self-empowerment and intuition.
Today, Natalie helps people discover their ability to self heal through Yoga and Ayurveda, behavioral science, mind-body connection within a high-vibe community of others seeking the same balance.
Natalie is also a tiny house designer and builder who believes we are in collaboration with the Universe to create the lives of our dreams.