We're in a golden age of systems consulting for online businesses. With more and more people moving their work online (and all kinds of new, fun systems and programs to play with coming out by the day) there's never been a better time to get into Notion Consulting.
And, what's more, Notion Consultants are in high demand. Notion works fast and plays fast (just like you), and it's the perfect time to put your skills to use in a way that can really help people, and make you quite a lot of money.
Just one problem ... how do you start?
How do you translate all those smarts and systems expertise and desire to help into an actual business?
When I was first starting out as a Notion Consultant, it wasn't really a thing. I knew I wanted to help people, and I knew I was really good at setting up systems, so there you go.
But I had no one to guide me. No template to follow. No "best-practices" for this type of business.
And believe me, I looked. I've tried all the courses and the boiler-plate stuff. In fact, I spent over $15K on courses, programs, masterminds, and all sort of other training.
But ultimately, those are just info-dumps. Generalised and usually geared towards what works for one, specific person in one specific business. Which is great if you happen to be that one person in that one business.
Useless if you're, you know, anyone else.
I would have given anything for a mentor who understood what I was trying to do, knew the industry, and could give me concrete, specific, real-time advice on how to do what I was trying to do.
Plus, it plays into my secret mission to drive bad systems advice into extinction. There's so many people out there leading so many business owners down overly-complicated, problem-riddled paths, it drives me crazy. I want to help every single business in the world get the perfect systems and ops set-up. But since I can't do it all myself, I want to help train as many other people in this way of doing business as I can.
Topics We'll Cover
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Session 1: Making Money Starts - Monday June 14th (8:30PM London / 6:30am Sydney / 3:30pm New York)
There are 5 10 spots remaining.
So. Are you one of the final 5?
The times of the event will be based on numbers and timezones. The dates of the first X months are provided below:
Private 1-1 Coaching will be scheduled immediately after purchase 😉
Time Slots for calls will be decided between the following (based on attendees):
If you could attend most of these. Then yes :)
On top of this - there's an asynchronous voice chat & community for conversations in between.
No. This mastermind is not designed to teach you how to use Notion. It's focused on helping those who want to teach, or help clients with using Notion.
Yes. All sessions will be recorded, and as part of the mastermind you'll have access to me Asynchronously to answer any questions you might have either via our community platform (if you like writing) or via a community Voice Chat (Yac).
Of course. I'm setting up a pay it forward fund for sponsoring any scholarship as well as sponsoring specific people if you have someone in mind!
That depends on you. If you feel good about your business and don't feel you'd like support from an experienced business owner with connections to some rather cool people - then you're all good. If however your business is feeling a little odd, sometimes or you'd like to take it to the next level. Then come join us 😉
When you signup you'll get a 45min onboarding call with me - if after that call we don't feel it's right for you right now. Then I'll refund you no questions asked 😄
Because this is not a cohort style course. I'm looking for a small group of people to work closely with and help you get specific results instead of generalised advice.
We'll be meeting twice a month. There'll be one week break in between the sessions.
Currently no. This mastermind is focused on personalised advice. One-size-fits all answers don't work when you're trying to build a balanced business.
You. Your Notion (or a place to store notes) and access to a computer with a mic and preferably a webcam of some sorts (but this is optional!)