Have you heard about Rhonda Ellis?
She’s serving a widely underserved market and is creating an impact that you’ll likely benefit from.
She’s serving physicians and clinics and supporting them as they face too many hours, burnout, staff turnover, and a lack of leadership.
She’s supporting them to create a more productive and happy work environment. And, you know what they say: If the work environment isn’t happy, ain’t nobody happy.
Rhonda’s interview will inspire you to really dig deep and consider if you’ve “niched” down far enough. Have you gone deep enough so that you can clearly know where and when to go to network? Which conferences to apply to?
If not, you have an enormous opportunity in front of you.
This interview series, Real Life Six Figure Impact, is near and dear to my heart because not only do I get to connect with clients LIVE and on VIDEO (always a treat), but they’re pulling the curtain back so that you can see – and learn from – what worked and what didn’t work for them.
They are stretching you to think about ways you can go deeper and get more clear.
Grab a chair, a notepad, and prepare to be inspired. Be sure to listen in for what Rhonda calls her new car…it’s a pretty catchy name, if I do say so myself. And yes, that car was a reward to herself for her results, her new clients, and her confidence in what is yet to come.
Real Life Six Figure Impact: Client Spotlight, Rhonda EllisWhat's your niche? How are your programs structured?I can't wait for you learn from Rhonda in this interview and be inspired by how clear she is on her target market and how she structures her programs with her clients. Neither are *typical* and both are awesome (hint: you can build your coaching business any way you want to!)You'll discover a fun story about who she traveled with while coming to Atlanta for a recent retreat…and you'll her travel companions name.Prepare to be inspired by Rhonda's growth and momentum, her willingness to “look at the numbers” and her desire to create an impact in such a BIG way.How can you shift into more deeply claiming your target market, like Rhonda has? What's possible if you lean into that AND create packages from a fresh, BIG, perspective?<3Posted by Krista Martin on Tuesday, October 1, 2019