Singles Work Resources

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      Alina Frank

      15-20 Free Consultation for Singles Track Coaches

      The key with a free consultation is to listen more, ask questions, and talk less. You will successfully enroll more clients and turn consultations into paying clients if you are conveying that you are interested and that you are knowledgeable about the problem.

      Types of questions to ask:

      What else have you tried? Was any part of that process/technique/method successful for you? What was missing?

      Can you tell me more about what typically happens in relationships for you?

      Where you do think this comes from?

      Can you tell me a little about the history about this issue?

      Tell me about your past romantic relationships?

      Do you detect a pattern in the people you attract or in the way things end or go off the rails?

      Are you usually breaking up or is the other person ended it?

      When you ask questions like, “Do you have any idea what this might be related to from your past?”, you are also listening to their answers to gauge whether the fall within your scope of practice or is the client one you’ll need to refer. If you need more information then take the time or schedule another consultation to be sure. There will be times when you know right away that it’s not a good fit – heed that inner guidance system. I’ve lost track of how many times I’ve worked with practitioners who had bad outcomes with clients when they had a knowing in the consult that was saying “WARNING!”

      After you’ve heard all this useful information and have decided that you should at least move forward with a Discovery Session then you can toot your own horn a little….

      Tell them that you use a system that has a proven track record of success at removing blocks to singles attracting their ideal relationship
      The Universe/God/ Their Higher Self wants congruence and clarity and that you help women uncover then neutralize anything that feels murky or unclear. Ask them to recall a time where they were crystal clear about what they wanted and it materialized almost immediately.
      There’s a predicable pattern of romantic relationships and that you both will work with the tools to discover the origins of that pattern in order to heal it once and for all.
      Tell them that very often these patterns involve belief systems like “I don’t deserve to have what I really want” or “It can happen to others not for me” and that your work together will reveal pretty quickly so you can address them with the tools you have.
      Working with you will provide them with a real concrete guide to who is their ideal earthmate/soulmate and who isn’t so they are never blindsided again. You may choose to go into what earthmate/soulmate is.
      Explain what your packages are and an outline of what the Discovery Session is.
      Wrap it but by telling them that you’d love to work with them and ask if they’d like you to followup with your scheduler and new client packet. New client packet can just be an email with your payment link, your legal client agreement, a form that has their emergency contact information, your scheduler, a tapping chart or video you create or even the 12 hour Science of Tapping streaming access link. The email should thank them, state that you look forward to getting started, and invite them to consider all you’ve sent and bring any questions they have with them to the Discovery Session.

      30-45 Minute Discovery Session for Singles Track Coaches

      Start by addressing any questions they have about your policies and procedures or tapping. Explain that you are just creating a map for where you will go and what goals you are both going to be working towards so that in the next session you can jump right in with the tapping. Tell them that you will not be tapping during this session.

      Explore why and what resources they have during this journey with you. “I like to ask my clients to commit to self-care during the time we work together and resources are important especially if we get to tapping on some challenging moments you’ve experienced. What would you say are the things in your life that make you feel good and nurtured? Exercise, time in nature, time with friends, regular meditation time?” You can possibly use this list as homework assignments in between sessions. If you happen to get a client who says they have no resources or have no one please see this as a YELLOW flag as possibly being a person who needs more than you can offer as an unlicensed non-mental healthcare professional.

      Bring your notes from the consult to ask them open-ended questions about their issue. Ask them to give you more information about any pattern they’ve seen in their past relationships. Ask them the last time this dynamic happened. (This information might be an ideal place to start tapping in the next session).

      You might ask them to tell you about any insights they’ve had about all this and possible origins.

      You can also ask them what if anything have they tried in the past and what has worked and what hasn’t. The list of what hasn’t could end up being a fruitful avenue of tapping material in session 2 or 3.

      LISTEN CLOSELY to anything that sounds like a history of BIG T Traumas. Listen to this example of a complex Discovery Session. Yellow flags should have you considering asking them the ACEs questionnaire. There are legal issues with you sending this digitally and why we recommend only asking these in the Discovery Session. Make sure that you don’t sound alarmed but rather something like, “I hear that you’ve been through a lot and so to just take this inquiry a little deeper while keeping you comfortable and safe I’d like to ask you 10 questions and it’s really important that you just give me a yes or no answer. REMEMBER THE TRAUMA PULL AND THAT YOUR PRIORITY IS TO KEEP THEM SAFE BY NOT “GOING THERE” IN YOUR DISCOVERY SESSION.

      Think about what you’d like them to do before you see them again for their first tapping session. It might be for them to create a resource list or to think about doing one of those items. It might be to look at their issue/problem/struggle in terms of how it’s affecting their lives now which is also an ideal place to start tapping in the next session.

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