HOW TO ASK FOR REVIEWS & TESTIMONIALS
The future of your practice depends on them
The purpose of this course is to help encourage you to ask for testimonials from your clients, and to give you perspectives you may not have considered as to why this is so important.
I understand some of the objections to asking clients for testimonials, and personally, I believe they are all rooted in either shyness or self-sabotage. To me it is all about how you ask. If you do it in such a way that is gentle and puts no pressure on the client, then it leaves room for them to simply not respond or happily say no. Also, many people want to share, as it gives them an opportunity that might be healing or may help others on their journey.
The worksheet for this plan is a template for the subject line and main portion of an email body that you can use again and again when asking clients for their story. This will give you peace of mind that what you are sending to each and every person is gentle, properly respects their right to choose to share or not, and doesn’t apply any more pressure than you are comfortable with.