Over the past couple of months I have been working with two semi-group coaching programs, called the the Business MasterClass. One at my office in Albany and one in Greenlane. Participants are well through the early modules and already seeing the benefits of coming on-board.
I knew from my experience that participants would receive tremendous value in the 2-way analysis that is conducted on their businesses, but I was pleasantly surprised of a benefit to the program that I did not rank nearly as high as the participants themselves.
That benefit is the power of working in a group of like minded business owners and the opportunity to share their dreams and frustrations with people who they don’t know (yet), but can relate to very easily. This benefit is ranked ahead of the much lower cost that the group format affords and was the key driver to most people joining. The fact that they can save themselves a heap of money in the process is just a bonus!
If you have been thinking in the back of your mind that getting some outside advice on the business would be useful, but the cost and risks of signing up to an intensive 1-on-1 program are too high, I urge you to look at a group training type program. Obviously I would like it to be mine, but it doesn’t have to be. Look around in your area as to what is available, weigh up the benefits and costs of each and then DO IT. You won’t regret it, as long as you implement what you learn, steadily and consistently through the program and beyond.
As the saying goes: “If you want to go fast, go on your own. If you want to go far, go with others.”
For further details on how my Business MasterClass works and the commitment required, send me an email to email@example.com