Your proprietary system is the foundation of your practice. And once created, many of my clients have this idea that they cannot change it. But, this is absolutely not true! Your system is not some rigid, static thing, but an evolving system that can change as your practices grows.
Let me tell you about my proprietary system. When I first created the Client Attraction System, it had only five steps. As I started to work with it and take clients through the program, it grew to seven steps. Later, it became ten steps. But that’s not all.
As I got to the leverage level of my business, I added more steps which made me realize I needed to create another system. The next thing I created was the mindset program!
Your proprietary system will likely continue to evolve and grow as you do. My Client Attraction Business School Growth Track has 20 curriculum calls, including so much more than my original Client Attraction System – and that’s just the Growth Track.
Keep in mind that you don’t have to put everything in your system either. Your proprietary system is like a road map for working with clients. There will be plenty of material that you share with clients that doesn’t go into your system. It could be more subtle things or variations you discover with time and more experience. Or even new methods that develop as technology changes.
In addition, not all clients will need to start at step one. This is a fluid way to work with people. You can start them where they need to start or go straight from step one. The proprietary system can be flexible once you have all the steps figured out. You don’t have to follow the exact process when you are doing live coaching. It’s great when you can, but you don’t always have that luxury. Coaching can be messy in a good way where you just do what absolutely needs to happen now to meet your client’s needs.
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Take a look at your proprietary system. Has it changed or does it need to be updated to include new items? Or, maybe it’s time to add a new system? This is an expected part of the growth process and your evolution as a coach, so don’t worry.