I see a VIP day as being with a single person for anywhere from 2 to 4 or 5 hours. Your client is completely accountable of the agenda so you as their coach/mentor have no planning to do or preparations to be made. I do like for clients to give me some of the topics they wish to talk about. This way, I may have some resources that could be valuable to them.
These VIP days can be 'stand alone' sessions for a particular client or they can be part of a High End Platinum Program that people are paying you great money for. They are an outstanding reward or reward for paying up front.
Basically, we are on and off the phone 4 to 5 times during the day. Everyone contacts on a bridge line. I instruct for maybe 20 to 40 minutes and answer any type of questions. I give them their 'project' and we all hang up. They do their work and I get to hang! Then we all return on the phone at a particular time and examine the work they have done. Then we carry on to the next teaching point and continue by doing this for about 4 hours. It is a fast way to get a lot learned or experienced instead of doing a 6 week teleclass or something that is more stretched out. People like that!
Some clients and I were all lamenting about how untidy our home offices were so we got together on a Friday afternoon, on the phone. We each committed to what it was we were going to do anywhere from wiping desks, to filing to deleting emails. Anything that related to organizing your office.
We made our commitments, I wrote them all down, then we would hang up the phone. We took 45 minutes to do our 'work' then returned on the phone again and shared what we had accomplished. And we all were impressed at just how much we had done!
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