Application for Call with Allison about Private Work

I’m glad you’re interested in working privately with me. To make sure that it looks like a good fit for you, please take your time in making this application for a private call with me to discuss how I might be able to help you.

COPY/PASTE this page into an email form, insert your answers, then send it to me at

Basic Info

Where in the world do you live?
If you have a website, what’s the URL?
What is your level of English? 
I’m a native speaker, I’m a fluent listener and speaker, I do okay, I struggle.

No surprises…

The call you are applying for is focused on finding out if we are a fit for 1:1 work. I ask these questions in order to make sure that you and I are not wasting our time on that call. If we are a fit, I will make an offer on that call.

When I look at coaching programs, I know what resources I have available to spend on them, and I’ll bet that’s true for you, too. I hate it when I have to make an appointment for a call with the coach to find out that I just can’t spend what they’re asking… so here it is:

My private programs start at $9000 ($10,200 with a 12-month payment plan). 

Private work with me also requires a commitment of time on your part. We meet weekly for 10-12 weeks and there’s homework to prepare for almost every session.

If we are a fit for a private program and I have the perfect solution for you to get what you want, do you have (or could you find) resources to invest in private coaching with me? (If not, a group program may be a better fit.)

Do you have time in your schedule for a weekly meeting of 90-120 minutes with me, and for the possibility of 10 hours of homework?

Your Work

Tell me a little bit about your work so that I have a better idea of where you are on the practitioner journey.

What modalities do you practice and/or what are your areas of expertise?

How long have you been practicing?

What results do you get for your clients?

Rate your confidence in being able to get those results consistently:
(Low)  1   2   3   4   5   6   7   8   9   10  (High)

Are you earning a living with your practice? For how long?

Your Purpose

One of the motivational drivers for my private clients is that they know they are here for something bigger than what they’ve been able to achieve until now. Often they experience confusion, overwhelm, or lack of clarity around exactly what it is and how to live into it, but they know they have it and are committed to being “on purpose.”

As you think about the questions below, consider them as prompts. You don’t need to answer every question in a group, but please tell me about each of the 4 areas.

1. When you think about your work (as differentiated from your modality), what is special or unique about what you offer your clients, or the results they get, or how you practice? What sets you apart from your colleagues?

2. Tell me about where you are going… what you want… how you see yourself in the future… what more you’re here for. What’s the bigger purpose you have beyond what your modality offers? What do your clients get in addition to the basic promise your modality holds?

3. What’s the main reason you don’t have that now? What will have to happen in order for that future self to become real? What obstacles do you face? What are the challenges you haven’t been able to overcome?

4. What would you hope to get from working privately with me?

Previous Coaching

If you’ve ever worked with a business coach in the past, please think about that now.

What worked for you?

What didn’t work?

Why did you get–or not get–what you hoped for and expected to get?


Sometimes people are just curious. I get it, because I’m curious most of the time. But again, because neither of us wants to waste our time, it’s best if you’re not only curious but also ready.

Why is NOW is the time for you to make a change, to invest in business coaching? 

What will happen if you don’t get the help you need now?

That’s it!
When you’re satisfied with what you’ve written, just send this to me at Pr*****@al*********.com and I’ll get back to you.