It's finally time! I've been working through Mariah's Launch Your Signature Course and I'm about ready to run my validation webinar. So excited to release this content, but feeling a little hung up on the title for my course & the webinar. My working course title is – Decondition Your Sh*t: Clear Your Stickiest Triggers and Patterns without Years of Therapy With a working description of: Learn a simple process to regulate your trigger responses and change your disempowering patterns so you can have healthier, happier relationships and more self trust. I want to run this as a 4 week LIVE, and then make it evergreen. For my rapid validation webinar I was thinking of doing the "1st module" preview, and essentially teach week 1 which is all about understanding how conditioning works + getting clear on your triggers + how to get emotional leverage to make a big change. Working title: How to Manage Emotional Triggers Description: Discover your personal blueprint to prevent nervous system dysregulation and respond to your triggers from a calm and empowered state. I tried to make the titles sexier, but couldn't manage it! Went for clarity instead. Would LOVE to know your thoughts as this feels like a sticky point for me! And a tangential side q: If I run the webinar as a preview of module 1, does the actual module 1 need to be significantly different?
In the online space, everything is shifting, and from what I observe, many creators aim to sell and serve without becoming excessively reliant on launches, ads, and large teams. What are your thoughts on that?
Hi all, I'd love to know what mastermind experiences you've loved. What have the mastermind creators done that you like (or didn't like), that made you want to stick around and really helped you to excel or feel supported. If there were any fun things that they did I'd love to know that too. thanks
I'm getting my SKOOL community set up 🎉 Tbh the built in Skool payments features looks pretty great in terms of everything they can do (both for admin and subscribers) but the lack of options in terms of coupons, trials, bundles etc has swayed me back to Thrivecart. So! Any advice from those of you who have this setup? Things to keep an eye out for or anything you wish you did differently? Also, with this set up I'm guessing I need zaps to get paid member access set up. Any advice for this step? Thanks!
How are you pricing your stuff? We are seeing that 5ks Mentorships are kind of big step for customers right now and wondering if we could split that in 2.5 down. And a monthly 200$ per month afterward. How are you pricing your stuff? Note: We run 1 free community and 1 paid Mentorship for the moment. Note: Why the 2.5ks down? Because still want customers to commit when the problem is painful. Note: Launching a smaller ticket program is off the table for now because we think it will defocus us.
Are you seeing the same success with course and mastermind launches? I've seen a big decline in course and mastermind enrollments. It might just be me but what do you think has shifted and what do you think people want more now? I'm thinking for bite size, specific content and membership maybe? Would love to know what you're seeing and doing right now in the online learning space
I’m submitting my offer for Mariah’s Skool sprint and would love to know which of these descriptions feels the most enticing. My community— The Multi-Passionate Mastery Club— is a space for multi-passionate creatives across various industries to come together and celebrate all of who they are, while accessing curated resources and diving deeper into the topics explored on the Multi-Passionate Mastery podcast. The description needs to be SHORT and sweet. Could you vote for the one that would make you want to learn more if you heard Mariah announce it? Thank you!!
Is it a bad idea to use unlisted YouTube videos for embedding your course videos? I have been using the free plan of Vidyard but I’m at the max number of videos for that now and was considering Vimeo but also trying to keep my subscription expenses down while I build up my revenue.
Hi @Mariah Coz! I know you aren’t one to usually launch or sell for Black Friday, and I’m feeling the same way. However, I am launching a new entry point low ticket offer this month, and wondering what your thoughts are for best launch times in Nov and early December!
I'm doing a workshop for an upcoming summit about earning online while travelling with your family specifically running your own business with info products like courses, ebooks, summits etc. If you do that (or know someone who does), can you please share? I'm looking for more real-life examples to share to inspire people. You'll get full credit and a link in the download. - no MLMs - prefer non-travel content - the quirkier the better! - it has to be financially supporting you. Not new, unproven businesses. Thank you! It's proving to be very difficult to find people, so any leads are very welcome!
Hi all!!! I'm curious how everyone prioritizes rest while running your businesses. As a business owner currently in limbo (I never closed my business down completely and still have a few lingering clients that I work with), I know for a fact that my ignoring rest and self-care led me to this place. I'm currently trying to figure out where to go from here, but I'm nervous I'll fall into the same traps again. So what do you do to prioritize rest and take care of yourself as a business owner? I'm also very interested in doing things more passively, as well as with a small team or even just on my own. So any tips would be AMAZING.
Hi! I just purchased a new business that is a certification program for Sleep Consultants. The regular price is $4,200 and I'm planning on adding a webinar for automating the process. I just changed it from an open sales page to application a couple of days ago. I'm trying to decide whether it makes more sense to do the HTH or EE process with this course. It is self-paced but has ongoing support in our private student/grad FB group and they get support as they work with volunteer clients. Would love any input/thoughts!!
Do you think it's necessary to go live during launches and flash sales? I'm in Profit Architecture and starting out with the flash sale for the course I already have, and I'm wondering if the live aspect is absolutely necessary? I just really hate going live. I'm an awkward introvert...lol...and being live just isn't my thing! I'd love to know all of your opinions on the topic! Thanks :)
Hi all! I'm noodling through all the offer options for my membership... The goal is to support purpose-driven entrepreneurs to overcome resistance to creating and sharing authentic content marketing. I have BIG plans but want to consider how I might pare things down to start super simple but keep it high value. Question: if you identify as a purpose-driven entrepreneur (aka heart-centred, spirit-led, impact entrepreneur etc) would you be interested in super simple airtable systems (templates that are grab and go) to use to streamline brainstorming, production, and management of your content so you can be more inspired and consistent? If not, are there other systems you'd rather use for managing your content?
Hello! I've tried many community platforms and am leaning heavily towards moving one of my communities (for the last time hopefully) over to Skool. I've read many posts with detailed comparisons between Skool and other platforms like Mighty, Circle, Kajabi, etc, but haven't seen much about Heartbeat. Is anyone moving or has anyone moved a community from Heartbeat over to Skool? I'd love to know your thoughts on that move. Thanks! 🥰
So, @Mariah Coz has a private AND a public podcast. I've been pondering a podcast for awhile, but now I actually finally have that feeling like I REALLY want to go for it. Just ordered a mic and everything! (It's coming Friday; If I weren't out of town that day, I'd be WAITING by the box, haha!) I'd like to go ahead and record some episodes next week for BOTH. Just BOOM. GOOO! But... how do you decide on all the things? Which topics are private vs. public? How do you narrow down and name it? I also am not a single-niche kinda gal... - I started a zero-waste organic food cooperative and have been called on as a green living expert by local papers, the Boston Globe, the New York Times, etc... So even though I'm not "famous" for it, I have a lot of eco insights and could see that being an important topic to bring in sometimes. - I've had a foodie business since 2008, teaching about raw food lifestyle. (Actually I used to own a restaurant, managed a restaurant group, and was the teaching chef at a raw food restaurant where we had TONS of regular classes. I'd fill up the whole restaurant with class participants! I love the food business, but I hate the waste. I got us composting where I was involved and connected with a reusables program for take-out...) - I build websites, and this is actually my main income, but my main WEBSITE is practically non-existent because I get so many clients from word of mouth. I do like talking about websites! And building them. I feel like I get the fun of launching a business, but someone else does the work. haha! - I've created dozens of online courses over the years and LOVE teaching. (I used to even be an English teacher for the Department of Education + later owned an English language school in Brazi. That was briefly, though, because then I was pregnant and came back to the USA!) - Did you guess that I'm "multi-passionate"? So there is THAT! - I'm really good at just GOING FOR THINGS and helping other women (primarily) to do the same. So it's funny, all of this comes together with a passion for helping women to birth and grow their SOUL Business. The business that's a calling, and you literally want to make the world a better place with it. You can see how it would help to solve a real problem that exists, and you dive in with your whole heart full of passion. Because I've started so many things and am good at both doing AND delegating, I can make things really simple. I don't do anything with it but bought the domain "Soul Business Doula" because that's how I see myself... like that woman who has been there and done that and knows how to make the birthing process less painful.
I'd love some ideas on how all of you with all-in-one platforms use Skool to complement your all-in-one without over-complicating your system. I use Kajabi. I'm looking forward to hearing your thoughts!
What’s the most creative thing you’ve done to promote your show? I don’t have the bandwidth in my schedule to be a guest on other shows (as much as I would love to!)— so I’m wanting to get creative with other ways to spread the word. Would love to hear something out-of-the-box that you’ve tried… or maybe we can brainstorm together to come up with some ideas. 💡