How to make an effective invitation

by / Tuesday, 02 December 2014 / Published in Blog

After working with so many women who want to become leaders and facilitators, I have found that the number one problem they have is in making an effective invitation for people to join their tribe.

It makes sense when you think about it. Most people hate sales and marketing. They have difficulty making requests because they are afraid of being rejected.

I see so many coaches out there struggling to fill their coaching practices and trainers unable to fill their programs.

The secret is in understanding the difference between a “sale” and an “invitation.”

In today’s Truth Telling Tuesday video, I share about a powerful invitation that enrolled 100% of the women in the room last night and the three actions you need to take to be successful.

Leave a comment:

What has been missing for you in your invitations? Have you been selling instead of making an invitation? We’d love to hear from you!

2 Responses to “How to make an effective invitation”

  1. Hi Tanya,
    Thank you, that is very helpful for me right now. I am graduating a couple of apprentices and have invited them to do graduate work with me. I am going to send them an email and am terrified because I am afraid they will say “no” or won’t have the money etc. etc.
    I am going to now email them and be bold in inviting them and listen to them about what they are wanting.
    This is a big hold back for me in the past, I pull back because of fear and I really don’t need to as many women have had such great experiences with me.
    Peace and Gratitude to you….Julie

  2. Jennifer says : Reply

    Money. So right on Tanya! I def have been missing the stand, any recommendations or examples for the stand as a private coach

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