this is one of our least-favorite things we do as yoga teachers...
...closing the sale.
(do you feel yucky and uneasy just hearing today's topic?)
so let's paint a little picture here: you've been approached by a student from one of your group classes about booking some private lessons. they seemed super interested to work 1x1, and you were so pleased with the thought of adding another private client to your roster. but that was 3 weeks ago, and they haven't mentioned it since -- even though you've seen them in class several times.
now you feel awkward. you'd love to work with them, but you don't want to be pushy or seem desperate for money. that's sooo un-yogic!
so, what do you do?
let it go?
keep your fingers-crossed?
if you've ever been in a situation like this, you know how uncomfortable it can be for you. but then, we project that discomfort onto our student as well, but that's rarely the case! they probably just forgot, their kid got sick, or work got busy. don't over complicate it by thinking they're feeling the way you're feeling. remember: they wouldn't have approached you in the first place if they weren't interested.
ok, now for some tips. i've got 5 in today's video that'll help you close the sale in a feel-good, totally yogic way!
which tip is your favorite?
share it in the comments below -- and then USE IT!!!