Have you ever devoted 4 entire days to working on your business around other people doing the same thing? Have you ever invested the time and money in yourself and your business to learn what you need to be truly successful?
Back in June, I spent some time talking with a few of the participants of Lift Off who did just that, taking time away from their busy lives to stop, assess, and refocus on their businesses in a new setting with new people.
So is Lift Off for you? I’ve talked with several of our alumni to help you figure it out, as well as showcase the incredible businesses the Lift Off community have been building.
So who’s benefited from Lift Off?
A business lawyer for women entrepreneurs who answers the legal questions you need to know in an accessible, affordable way.
A career coach who helps experienced professionals craft their personal brand story so they can become more effective bloggers and businesspeople.
A designer who creates literally handcrafted websites for solopreneurs.
And even more.
Funny story, actually – when I asked the Lift Off Facebook group for volunteers to interview, I expected a couple of them would reply. Instead, I found my hands full, interviewing amazing entrepreneurs for two weeks. You can’t walk away from a conversation with someone so passionate about what they do without being infused with energy yourself. That’s part of why the community is without a doubt the benefit every Lift Off participant mentioned first and foremost when discussing how Lift Off changed their businesses.
The three common pieces everyone mentioned about Lift Off were:
- The community and support
- Charlie and Pam’s genuine caring, knowledge of business and frameworks, and their coaching ability to bring out the best in everyone
- The tremendous growth they saw within six months
This is your last chance to join an active, supportive community that actually cares, will hold you accountable, and help you reach a new level of success.
There’s no question – Lift Off is an investment. And it’s not for everyone. That’s part of why there is an application process to get in. It’s up to you to decide if the time is right.
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