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After Skool Drinks Anyone?
For those of you who like to have a drink after work or Skool, I have one for you to try without alcohol in honor of a fellow Skooler and working mom who asked me for a wine alternative. The Merlot Mellow Ingredients: - 1 cup pomegranate juice (to mimic the rich, deep flavors of merlot) - 1/2 cup black cherry juice (for that hint of sweetness without being too sugary) - 1 tablespoon fresh lime juice (for a slight tartness) - 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract (to add depth and richness) - Club soda (to top off and add a refreshing fizz) - Ice cubes - Fresh blackberries and a sprig of rosemary for garnish Instructions: 1. Prepare the Glass: Fill a large wine glass with ice cubes. Add a few fresh blackberries to the glass for a touch of elegance and extra flavor. 2. Mix the Mocktail: In a shaker, combine the pomegranate juice, black cherry juice, lime juice, and vanilla extract. Shake well to mix all the flavors together. 3. Pour and Top Off: Pour the mixture into the prepared wine glass. Top off with club soda to add some sparkle and lightness to the mocktail. 4. Garnish and Serve: Gently stir the mocktail to combine. Garnish with a sprig of rosemary and a few more fresh blackberries. Tips for Enjoyment: - Sip slowly and savor the rich, deep flavors that mimic the experience of enjoying a glass of merlot. - Enjoy this mocktail after a long day of work to unwind and relax without the alcohol. - Pair it with some light, healthy snacks like a cheese platter with grapes and nuts to complement the flavors. Why This Mocktail Works: - Pomegranate juice and black cherry juice provide the darker, richer, and slightly dry flavor profile that Andrea enjoys in her wines. - Vanilla extract adds a subtle depth that mimics the complexity of a good merlot. - Lime juice brings a slight tartness to balance the sweetness and richness. - Club soda ensures the drink is refreshing and light, perfect for an after-work wind-down. @Andrea Foster this mocktail is dedicated to you and all the amazing working moms on Skool.
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After Skool Drinks Anyone?
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@Andrea Foster You know I got you!
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@Sarah Richardson SAME!! Life is about finding balance not one extreme or the other! BTW - just saw your new skool and I must say, I am excited to see it take off!
Smartest Person in the Room? [🤪]
I heard a saying once: "If you are the smartest Person in the room you need to find another room" Yall think this is true?
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Smartest Person in the Room? [🤪]
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@Will Murphy You know it! Now time for a CONGA!
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@Will Murphy
Group Project on Skool
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Group Project on Skool
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@Kat Heart You are not too late! Just in time actually. Going to send you a DM so we can set up a call and I can give you the spark notes of last night.
Cost for multiple communities?
What is the investment to run two communities on Skool - one free, one paid. Is there a way to run one community and keep the content for only paid members separate? Or is it best to upgrade people into a different (paid) community? Thanks.
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@Kate Volman It does - keep in mind of what your goal is? 1x payment or MRR. If you want recurring then youd want 2 groups. Free then promote the paid to the group. If you want just one time and then move them to recurring coaching later do the free with the 1XPayments.
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@Marcin Hakemer-Fernandez thank you brother!! YOU ARE THE SKOOL Ins-and-outs GURU!
Free trial to subscription
Hey, I think it’s been asked before but I would love love LOVE the ability to offer a 14 day trial to my group before people commit - the same way that Alex hormozi has done with the Skool games. I’ve looked to see how to do it, it I don’t think it’s possible (unless I missed it! )
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@Philippa Bagley No problem! It looks like I am booked up for today but I have openings on thurs/friday
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@Philippa Bagley Awesome! Cant wait to get to know you more!
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