Looking to diversify your offering, add more purpose and fun to your business, and leverage your Accomplishment Coaching leadership skills? Retreats are an excellent way to take your coaching business to new heights, and Julie Zuzek – retired Corporate Executive, CTI graduate, and Retreat Trainer – is the expert in helping you get there.
Julie trains and coaches others to travel the world and live their dreams through creating exciting destination retreats. Using a 5 step process, Julie will break down how to run a retreat with proven business strategies that apply to any coaching practice, including workshops, courses, and programs.
Through this Webinar, you’ll gain:
- 5 business strategies to launch your retreat
- How to create an irresistible retreat experience
- The secret to guaranteed demand for your retreat
- Best strategies for marketing and selling
- Insight into the potential stumbling blocks of planning a retreat
The retreat industry is booming! Retreats are not only a growing industry, but a lucrative one. Learn to design a retreat around your passion and live your dreams.
More about Julie:
Julie is a graduate of Coach Training Institute, lives in Toronto, and integrates corporate work, retreats, and working with teams to be more conscious in relationship.
Who is Julie?
“I’d like to tell you who I am by sharing my core values. These values are what make me tick and are things I will never compromise. Here’s a look at my top five and how they’re important to me:
Freedom – I don’t do well with rules and thrive in an environment where my creativity can run wild. This explains why I’ve worked in startups and love entrepreneurs.
Risk – I love to be pushed out of my comfort zone and gravitate to situations where the stakes are high. I keep finding myself in situations where I have to learn and grow, and I know now that I seek this out.
Love – Let’s face it, love makes the world go around. Sometimes I think fully opening your heart to love is one of the most courageous things you can do.
Growth – I love learning, reading and developing new skills. The more I learn the less I know. Life is fascinating and I’m hungry for knowledge.
Adventure – I love travel and discovering new experiences. I get bored doing the same thing over and over. I don’t even like going to the same restaurant twice.”
Podcast info: http://www.thecorporateyogi.com/podcast/
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