If you’ve bought a Christmas decoration recently, you’ll know that the cost to make something has little to do with the price they charge.
When it comes to designing, pricing and promoting coaching programs, this advice from Warren Buffett should be on your wall:

The lesson isn’t the value. The consumer doesn’t want the lesson. The value will always be something else. It’s the value that attracts people.


Knowing the golfers you, or your team, work with; what VALUE would attract them? Try and list three or four ‘Break 85' examples which might attract people to contact you or your team for improvement.

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