A mentorship of any
kind is an energetic exchange. And that often comes with a cost, in dollars and cents.
But a mentorship at this level of touch and expertise, teaching this kind of life-changing skill?
You’d expect to make a big commitment in terms of time, energy, and money. After all, some people spend four years (and go into hundreds of thousands of dollars in debt) studying writing at the University level.
But that's not what I want for you. We're not trying to get you a degree in English Lit with concentration on Victorian Romance.
We're getting you to radical proficiency in storytelling and communication so you can write your way into hearts, minds, and sales.
I'm going to get you there in months, not years.
And the investment isn't just a fraction of the time I spent studying this...it's a fraction of a fraction of a fraction of the cost.
For context: my normal business coaching rate is $1500 an hour for calls. That’s a lot of money for an hour on the phone with me—and people are always ecstatic with the incredible return they get on that.
Similarly, my business coaching group, the Wellspring Society is $2500 per month for membership, and people love it.
In either case, the price is a direct reflection of the value. My clients get access to my knowledge and experience and are able to put it to use immediately: apply the advice and start making more money.
Now, in both cases, my people are learning super valuable information. But they’re strictly learning business strategy and tactics.
Funnels, conversions, sales processes, product ideation. The works. Again: incredibly valuable, and absolutely integral to running a thriving business.
But they’re limited in that they’re context specific: the only thing knowing how to build funnels is good for is building funnels.
Writing, on the other hand? Well, writing is useful in just about every context…