Nicole Moen Method
In a world that moves too fast for most of us to keep up we end up feeling overwhelmed and disconnected. It seems to be my call to slow down now, connect and hang out in that contemplative space so I can access stuff that doesn't show up otherwise.
I'm committed to helping people see more wholistically.
"We can't solve problems by using the same kind of thinking we used when we created them."
~ Albert Einstein
Unidimensional intellectual knowing has driven much of the world's decision making. In my own experience and from extensive time spent learning from teachers and integrating the written words of mystics, I have come to understand and begin to embody more ways of knowing that are instantly available when we understand the vocabularies connected with them. So I ask: How can I help myself and others know from our hearts? How can I help myself and others know from their bodies? How can we integrate these with knowing from our minds toward a more wholistic knowing? I can feel in my bones that coming to the world in this way shifts us into a space that is at a different kind of thinking from the problems and predicaments we've created. From this space we can start to see ou way through.
To be present, it’s helpful to drop out of thinking and into your heart and body.
When I do that, for me, presence is a felt experience. There’s a inner gesture of surrender. Isn’t that a lovely phrase? Inner gesture of surrender. Not surrender as in ‘I give up, you win,’ rather, ‘I relax, and open up to right now’, and, ‘I am willing to release, to let go of the past and future.’ Grasping, clenching, anticipating, thinkin’ back, hangin’ on, all drift away and my body physically drops and relaxes.
- difficult to describe my multi-faceted approach
- coaching, spiritual direction, intuitive access, fed from my own decades of inner and outer work, capacitiy building, managing sensitivity . . .
What can I do for you?
Are we a fit? Is this you? - choose
structure - Are we a fit? / Coaching / What do i actually do? life coaching? more general?
niche? values fit?
Here is an example of a simple, transformational pathway for your audience:
1. Free content (be as generous and relevant as possible)
2. Lower price offering (help them as much as possible via DIY products)
3. Higher price offering (for those who truly can afford and benefit from handholding)
Bottom Line: let it feel genuine to you, and generous to your audience.
As you might know, Free Content is what I often preach, and do my best to model. Look at your free content not as a “teaser” or a carefully designed selling tool. Instead, let your Free Content be a cause, a mission, a passion of your business to educate and uplift as many people as possible.
Be as prolific in giving away content as possible. You will help so many people over time. And, at the same time, you will help yourself a great deal by becoming smarter much faster (than if you were stingy about free content), given your constant practice in teaching/writing, and getting more feedback (about what’s working and what’s not) via social media, than if you hid away your knowledge in paid products. And it should go without saying, through your increasingly-better free content, you will attract your ideal clients to you.
Lower Price Offerings are things like a $20-$40 online workshop, or a $10 e-book, or a $30-$100 online course. Let you audience know about them regularly, although, much less often compared to your free content. Let each person decide to join you at their own pace. Don’t ever try to guilt or persuade your audience into it.
Let it be organic, not forced and controlled by a “sales funnel”, and you will nurture a much better and deeper relationship that will create and expand gratitude for everyone.
Avoid manipulation, hype, desperation. Choose instead to strengthen genuine trust, loyalty, and organic word of mouth… which is the holy grail of all marketing.
Higher Price Offerings might be your 1-1 services, or your group programs. Have them listed on your website. And also occasionally invite the people who took part in your lower-price offerings, but again, be gentle and allow them time to decide without trying to persuade them. Don’t follow-up more than once (and do it only as a courtesy reminder), knowing that the people who are ready and willing, will not need to be persuaded.
With your higher-price offerings, aim to get to the point where *they* are the ones contacting you and hoping you will say “Yes, you can be my client.” Very fortunately, my business has now arrived at that stage, but only because of a consistent and persistent diving into the genuine heart of service. Deep, unspeakable gratitude to my divine source for the love that has been gifted to, and through, my business. I believe that you, too, are being called into that profound heart of love.
Let us forget complicated funnels, and let us be as simple and organic as we can be. Think in the 3 simple levels I’ve described above -- Free, Lower, Higher -- and most of all, do it all by being connected first to your eternal source of support and deep service."