Welcome to Jane’s Coaching
In this paragraph connect to your visitor. Take a look at your Value Proposition and pick out some pain and gain points that you may possibly share with your visitor. List them here and tell a little snippit of your story in relation to those pain and gain points so you build a common ground with your visitor.
Finish the Unfinished
In this block of text you will want to tell your story. Don’t start out with the facts like your education and qualifications. Carry on the relationship you started building above by telling an actual story from your experience that will relate to your client. It’s okay to be a little vulnerable here. Take up a couple of paragraphs here.
What Qualifies Me to Work with You
Next, you do want to list out your experience. Be sure to list any other experience you have outside of coaching that would pertain to the client’s trust of you — for example, if you share a common background trait with them, mention it. Experience is often deeper and broader than what is put in a title on a certificate of achievment from a program — look at LIFE achievments, too.
About the EGCMethod®
In this block of text you will want to tell your version of what EGC is and what it does. DO NOT copy and paste from the main TBAH website or other grads websites. This is an opportunity to put into your own words what the EGCMethod is and what it does for those who are coached by a horse/EGCoach team. Feel free to tell a story in this area if it will help you better illustrate what EGC is.
Preparing for your EGC Session
Your EGCMethod session with the horse will be outdoors or in an enclosed arena. Be sure to dress appropriately to be outdoors and in the weather. Although you may choose not to go into the pen with the horse, almost everyone does — please wear close toed shoes. You will not ride the horse. No horse experience is necessary.
Meet our horses …
Use this paragraph to talk about your horses in general. You can introduce each specifically below. You could also use this area to talk about your farm or ranch or facility and its history.
George is a 3 year old quarter horse from Missouri. He loves to help people get on track by kissing them repeatedly until they go the direction he wants.
Cleo is a mustang mare from the wilds of Montana. She likes to nuzzle you until you love yourself as much as she does.
Booboo is a grade gelding who would prefer to spend all his time helping you learn how to see your inner beauty and wisdom — and if you have a treat, he will love you even more.