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254 Honest & Unedited Experience Product Masterclass Reviews from the EPM class of 2019

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Thor Sejer Weimar (class of 2019)

Your Graduation Story
My biggest takeaway, was that I challenged myself by accepting this EPM mission.?Making a payment agreement to pay the $2.000 - witch was way more that It seem I could afford at that point.?And I had to work my way true my own old pattern, saying: You are not good enough at this, you don’t have what it takes, you have to do things the way other people want (selling out of yourself), and they will only “play” with you if you do it there way (your own way is not good enough) - and thoughts like this…??But I kept on going, working my way true the teachings, and It has never before been so clear to me, what my special gift to the world is: In fact it is, creating a special environment where different kind of adventures can take place and holding the space on workshops, so the participant kan forget there mind fuck - get out of the head and down in the body, experiencing there own core and what there gift is to the world and other people.?And having fun, not taking themself so serious and experiencing that they too can do a lot of stuff, they never thought possible for them to do, along the way.

And I got a lot of new insights and clarity on how to run my business and use the online tools I already got (Easy Me - a Danish system), to run my online workshops, events, client booking, email campaigns, payment and so…

Structure and order has always been a natural gift to me, combined with my creativity (I’m fish with virgin ascendant). So I got confirmation during the EPM, that I am on the right track with the way I organise things.

The EPM has mysteriously tied everything I've heard, read and experienced before together.
This applies both to the online courses, tantra courses, personal and spiritual courses, as well as entrepreneurship and administration courses etc. I have done earlier on.

And I have heard Marisa more that once use expressions, descriptions and wives on people and the world, that is so familiar to me, and in todays world I guess we often can feel alone with this way to look at the world.?So thank you Marisa for doing what you do - you clearly contribute to make this world crazy in a good way, while going to live your dream and having fun. I fore sure had fun celebrating last Saturday with some of my friends…

??Thor

What is your biggest takeaway from EPM?
Clearaty and trust in my new product: The Sexgenie Love Ritual™

How did EPM help you become successful?
By challenging me, like I wrote in my Graduation Story and giving me the missing tools and the experience perspective on what I doo.

How has EPM and your success impacted your life?
Gives me inspiration and motivation to keep going.

What has been the biggest change in your business?
My new focus and product: The Sexgenie Love Ritual™, and beeing even more observant on what my customers want and need than before.

What are you most excited about moving forward with your Experience Product?
Doing my first workshop with the new concept and keeping developing this, to help more people and helping them on the following workshops to go deeper and be more free and happy in there relationships.
By doing this work I look forward to earn more money and get more financial freedom in my life - saving a bit up to my older days (I'm 61)...

Also hoping to be able to join the LA live event next year or so.

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Angeline (class of 2019)

Your Graduation Story
I'm very grateful that I've completed EPM modules and started implementing most of the strategies learned. About over a year ago, I got to know Marisa through facebook ads. The moment I watched her first introductory video, I was completed hooked on finishing the video. I just love the way Marisa presented herself, her charisma, and the stylish video layout design and the content of course. EPM came just in time when I needed most, I was seriously looking for professional help in my nutrition business. EPM has provided truly amazing support beyond my expectation.

Though I didn't hit mission accomplished in the set date, but I know it won't take me much longer to keep pushing me forward towards the final line.

The first program that I'm on is a professional weight management program. I will be working on getting referral directly from the doctors through chatterboxing, which is the most powerful marketing if I have doctors promoting the program on my behalf. I'll also be advertising within the clinics through flyers and word of mouth. Delivering an imperfect product is not easy, I need to remind myself not to get overwhelmed with too many things at once, as it's better done than not done. I've been planning for the past 3 years of doing what I want to do now, it's time for me to JUST DO IT!

I believe I can FLY!

What is your biggest takeaway from EPM?
Having greater confidence in marketing campaign.

How did EPM help you become successful?
Though I haven't launched my program, but I'm confident that with the tools and strategies learned from EPM, I will be able to create a program that get people hooked on it and hit my stretch goals easily.

How has EPM and your success impacted your life?
EPM has helped me dream big, and take greater challenges with unsinkable spirit, by making progressive steps towards achieving my stretch goals. The lessons that I've learned in EPM are invaluable.

What has been the biggest change in your business?
The biggest change in my business is that having a Marisa as a mentor as I look up to her as a good example knowing how I can make a change on my current business structure and advance my business to a higher level with high quality online program elements that will sell.

What are you most excited about moving forward with your Experience Product?
I've signed up Heroic and Xpericienfy and will be working hard on creating online courses/a membership site that will sell 10-30x greater.

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Faythe Buchanan (class of 2019)

Your Graduation Story
Taking the boring out of Coaching!

What is your biggest takeaway from EPM?
Every form of information product or coaching can be full of energy and joy rather than a plod.

How did EPM help you become successful?
I was already a coach, but EPM has given me the tools and perspective to bring a new level of energy and fun to a process where I was successful but needed a new energy and perspective. I also started another experience product in this course that is the beginning of an online presence. I did a lot of work with this with Coach Don and will take it to completion. This was the product addressed in my Milestone Document. 'How to Take the Anxiety out of Taking Tests'

How has EPM and your success impacted your life?
EPM has added a new dimension to almost everything I do. It is as if an 'experensifying' switch was turned on in my head so I see opportunities to include 'wins and experience' in everything I do. I also notice when others are using experience and am enjoying creating a swipe file of ideas to model.

What has been the biggest change in your business?
There is a whole new perspective in my coaching where I frame things in terms of wins, especially for clients who need and respond to that kind of experience. I would say the biggest change is a new and increased energy in my delivery.

What are you most excited about moving forward with your Experience Product?
I look forward to continuing to create coaching experiences that give a constant sense of success to my clients. I also look forward to finishing and launching my online course and entering the world of online education.

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MARYAM (class of 2019)

Your Graduation Story
En diciembre del 2019 lancé mi programa logrando mis primeros clientes de un infoproducto. Estoy encantada con el programa, sigo estudiando y viendo los videos de los coaching calls y Don. Son estupendos.

What is your biggest takeaway from EPM?
How to develop my product in the fastest way…

How did EPM help you become successful?
in many ways ... it changed my way to understand developing and launching products.

How has EPM and your success impacted your life?
Now i believe I can live in a balanced way, have an amazing product and make money ...

What has been the biggest change in your business?
i have a lot of ideas of experiencifing internal services, and everything, the principles can be put in practice in every context…

What are you most excited about moving forward with your Experience Product?
the process and the results...

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Krisztina Lakatos (class of 2019)

Your Graduation Story
I've been having all these plans for ages, and loads of 'missed' opportunities dot my pathway. Starting out well before my topic became popular, an abandoned blog still marks the time when I first though about starting out. Over the years, ideas crystallised but no further steps were taken. When I heard Marisa during the launch, I thought this was now or never. I just hoped that the amount of coaching would keep me on track and that being a diligent student would qualify me for the guarantee anyway. It was (still is) very important for me, as the fee was 2.5x my monthly salary and as a single mum with no other financial support, it was far too big a risk just to let it flop. So I've started out determined and was getting on quite well until December.... I could not keep up with producing all the marketing materials, I was struggling with chatterboxing (where should I get in touch with people I can chatterbox with? - locally was not an option for the online product at all, the FB groups I was part of were again restricted grounds, so I've been left trying and failing spectacularly in this respect), creating all the original materials I wanted to use. Perfectionism is really difficult to leave behind), and the technical troubles, when you are using new pieces of softwares because you think that they will make the process easier and smoother. In the end, pdfs were born, landing page, opt-in forms, ESP, lists and tags, survey and the freebie to go with it. Time flew by and today's date came. I am proud, because despite it all, I have managed to secure two founding members for the course so far, from discussions about naming and marketing in another group. So that was the absolutely unexpected chatterboxing. And with a friend we have started live events in December - have had 3 so far, with positive experience and feedback.
I suppose it could have been an easier journey was I doing coaching or a B2B offer, still, my passion takes me elsewhere and will have to walk that way. I have not reached the goal I had in front of me - yet. I won't be able to go to M2M Live. Instead, I will be launching. I still have to pluck up the courage but I hope that the momentum of the community will not die down after today and will help me keep going. So I'm graduating and my mission is to hit mission accomplished while you are having a great time in LA. In any ways, I have reached the goal of getting my act together and really taking steps towards my goals, not just in a financial sense.

What is your biggest takeaway from EPM?
The momentum.

How did EPM help you become successful?
Apart from giving very useful tools and guidance, it has kept me structured in a chaotic time. I wish it lasted a few weeks longer so that I could have really officially launched with the materials I aimed to prepare within the time frame of the course. I have overcome the feeling of failed opportunity, and keep focusing on not letting it slip the project out of priorities, no matter how many official work duties pop up this month. I will certainly be sleep deprived by the end of the month, but I would really want to open door at the end of February and start the course mid-March. Still keeping the aimed for targets, and hopefully, at the time of M2M Live, I will be able to hit mission accomplished as well.

How has EPM and your success impacted your life?
It has filled me with excitement, energy and fear at the same time. Since I have not done such a long course or workshop yet, I worry about delivering, despite always getting positive feedback after in-person workshops. Once it really takes up, it will create more freedom in my life and more opportunities to create the best possible environment for my son, and for us as a family (like moving to a different country if necessary without discrimination, inclusive schools that foster creativity, co-operation and thinking and respect individual differences), a chance to spend more time with people we love but live further away. On another level, I hope to create a community where people embrace diversity, are constantly curious and are willing to learn about other cultures through food and by applying what they learn will also be able to connect better with their families and friends.

What has been the biggest change in your business?
Actually starting it after long time planning and thinking about it.

What are you most excited about moving forward with your Experience Product?
It gave me the initial momentum that I should keep hanging onto. After years of planning, the ball has finally started to move.

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Shona Garner (class of 2019)

Your Graduation Story
This has been a story of ups and downs!
I already had already set up a beta test of a course designed to support new or aspiring yoga teachers to understand what to do to build a really successful, thriving and steady income from teaching yoga - as I have already done. I had this bigger vision - that if I could help other yoga teachers build successful businesses and communities from their teaching, then indirectly I would have impacted more people in the world to the benefits of yoga.
Whilst other programmes out there focus on developing online yoga businesses, I felt passionately that, for most new teachers with little marketing experience this was learning to run before they could walk.
When that beta programme sold reasonably easily (for $97 and $197) I thought I could scale it up/increase price to $397 and make it evergreen.
It failed miserably!
Enter EPM!
EPM has:
* Made me really dig down more into my message .
* Opened up the concept of experiencifying my content - because the truth is - even at that low price - of the 15 students who bought only 3 finished it and gave a testimonial.
* Helped me understand a process for outlining an improved version of the programme which I can and will sell at a higher price.
* Helped me realise I was trying to scale too early - as Marisa said on a coaching call - I had beginners luck. I DO know my target market reasonably well - and the initial strategy of offering for free if they could listen live was a good draw - and helped to create an easy upsell - BUT I knew the training was worth more than that - I'm literally helping yoga teachers make anything between $500 and $5000 a month teaching no more than 9 classes a week! charging $197 or even $397 for that does seem generous! Especially when yoga teachers spend over $3000 usually for their yoga teacher training - which doesn't help them make money at all!!
* I worked through the first trainings really well - because I knew I was travelling over the whole Xmas and new year period and that things would get tough in terms of keeping up - and it was hard.
* Marisa's mindset stuff is absolutely priceless - feeling the marketing mindfuck like crazy....and struggled trying to overhaul the whole programme - took far longer than I thought - even the planning stage - I've genuinely tried not to design the whole thing - just the birds eye view - but even that took a long time . But those last trainings were just what I needed to hear - and I've realised I need to cut myself some slack - it's not that I don't take action - I do - but sometimes I push myself too hard - and it did get on top of me.
* I spent a LOT of time in the marketing/prep for launch weeks trying to create a launch for the sale of the old programme and creating noise/interest for the new programme.
That took a lot of energy/focus away from launching the new product - perhaps a bad idea - and whilst I got some engagement from the e-mail campaign - and some interest - no-one bought from the sale.
That sent me on a nose dive down...and then struggled to sort the new launch whilst I had all the work for January teaching in the off line side of my business...totally lost momentum and clarity about what to do next.

I wanted to come to LYM live very much - but couldn't justify it when I hadn't recovered the investment - and I understood this was how to build on what we've done here - and mine isn't ready yet! Need to focus on that before I move on I guess...

My biggest struggles?
* Planning the new product overview - just took a lot more time than I thought - maybe I'm overthinking it...
* Organising the mammoth amount of work needed for the e-mail campaign for the sale - which didn't work!!
* Overcoming pricing mindset issues - and how best to deliver a more premium priced programme
* Did feel it all got a bit overwhelming towards the end.only just picking myself up ready to pick it back up...

What is your biggest takeaway from EPM?
Soooo many - impossible to narrow down to one but these stick with me in particular:
1) Getting started versus forever choices - such a helpful mindset mantra when I'm trying to make a decision!
2) Keeping it simple - realising I was trying to scale FAR too quickly - when I hadn't really mastered 1 -1 or even 1 to few. That's where I need to focus.
3) The realisation that Seeing how Marisa teaches - that's how I want my students to feel - the whole experiencify model is a model I want to emulate.

How did EPM help you become successful?
Don't feel successful - yet - but this has re-invigorated my desire to create something that really helps people and helps me reach my own personal mission - to reach thousands of people with the benefits of yoga through helping other yoga teachers teach!.

How has EPM and your success impacted your life?
Had lost mojo and sense of direction pre EPM. EPM has re-invigorated this.

What has been the biggest change in your business?
The direction I'm taking - aiming for higher priced programmes with more support for my students.

What are you most excited about moving forward with your Experience Product?
Making my first high offer sale!

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Jonas Goldt (class of 2019)

Your Graduation Story
What an amazing roller coaster ride. EPM Live was a blast. I jumped in a few days after the official cart closing. I LOVE the Experience Product concept and I am convinced - even more now after EPM ended - that this is one one the key factors if you yearn to deliver an experience to your clients that empowers them to really achieve the transformation they need and also if you want to stand out of your competition.

Te stellar learning materials and the amazing coaching (and the high accountability and commitment) - ahh and the momentum of this amazing crowd - helped me to create a new product idea, a sales page, a sales email campaign, and other marketing campaigns in a very short amount of time. I would never had achieved so much without this program.

I haven't yet achieved my goal of selling my new program. I realized too late that my first stack of 3 campaigns wasn't working out as expected. When I realized this I haven't had enough energy left to do the proper pivot, and also couldn't do the last necessary steps (like reaching out even more to people) because of the energy drain.

Yet, I do feel that I had success! I achieved so much. I grew so much. I expanded my comfort zone. I met amazing people (coaches, and other students). I was able to fight mental success blocks. And now I have so much more knowing of how to create Experience Products - and market them.

AND I know that my financial success is just waiting around the corner. Just one iteration to awesomeness, just one expansion of the comfort zone (e.g. to making sales calls).

Thank you Marisa, Samara, Live Your Message team for this amazing ride. I'm so thrilled I want more ... :)

What is your biggest takeaway from EPM?
Making faster decisions really is better than waiting for the "perfect" one because the moment you've made (and submitted) the decision a new (internal) process starts that could not if you postpone the decision.

How did EPM help you become successful?
the training materials are stellar and fun (I've always looked forward to the delivery dates), DEADLINES are goldt for commitment and getting things done!, the wednesday group coaching calls, the opportunity to get Marisa's 1:1 coaching for 10 min where helping me shift and pivot in the right direction faster than ever expected, having a clear roadmap, having the two tracks (lessens overwhelm), the online training environment is leading-edge and super motivating

How has EPM and your success impacted your life?
lesser sleep? :D and I feel more self-confident (was high before but now even more)

What has been the biggest change in your business?
doing marketing more and more consistently, having more clarity on what I do and want to offer

What are you most excited about moving forward with your Experience Product?
to finally help people doing it (when next launch is financially successful

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Naketa Thigpen (class of 2019)

Your Graduation Story
Enrolling in EPM was something I consider necessary for taking a good idea and making it more valuable for those we serve. Less than 6 weeks in to the program, our family life turned on its head with hospice, death, and too many hospitalizations to count. Still, I was able to dive in and out of the training and apply the information, albeit slower than I'd like, yet still see results. Although I wasn't able to launch before today, I am looking forward to it in the coming weeks and excited infuse the methodology obtained thus far.

What is your biggest takeaway from EPM?
Community + accountability is key!

How did EPM help you become successful?
I have more tools in my toolbox that I can actually pull out and feel confident using!

How has EPM and your success impacted your life?
Knowing that there is a community of aligned minds has been priceless

What has been the biggest change in your business?
It will be the launch of our first completely virtual program!

What are you most excited about moving forward with your Experience Product?
Launching and scaling.

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Naz Rajan (class of 2019)

Your Graduation Story
I have been on an entrepreneur journey for the past 11 years, learning and looking for how to lead a more fulfilling live, with people who are open and willing to take control into their own hands, and do the work to build a new lifestyle that will fulfil them. I too have been looking for this, and so I went on my entrepreneur journey and tried many different programs and spent many months studying different approaches, some which would be very successful, but were not for me, well not yet, anyway.

But I found that a lot of the programs were full of useful content, but there was something missing that meant that I did not complete or I did not engage with them. After numerous New Year Days, where I felt that another year had passed me by, and I was still no closer to finding the right answer, I committed in late 2019 to find a program and just do it, otherwise I knew I would be stuck forever.

Wow, I was so fortunate to find that the next program was EPM, and not only was it a great program, but was the missing link to all that had passed. Now with EPM, not only did I find someone in Marisa and Murray and Coach Don, who I could completely trust and believe in, but the answer of Experience Escalation, which was that missing link I had been looking for, that made all I had learnt before, finally make sense and fit in, and work so perfectly, to help me design, build and launch a product that would not only work in a way that fit my vision and core beliefs, but also would be designed to maximise the engagement so that my tribe would then benefit from my product and programs.

It was a sprint, and I learnt so much thought it, having gone through all the trainings, and attended all the coaching calls, and taken all the advise I had been given on board. So the fee I paid for the program, I consider to be one hundredth of the actual value I received, and I would not recommend EPM or Marisa enough; they have changed my life forever.

As I chose a ""first choice"" product of a software solution, at a £1997 price point, I needed more time to put together all of the pieces I need to properly convey the value of my product, however, I plan to launch in the next few weeks, and just one sale will return my investment on EPM, and I will no doubt make several sales.

However, the true value is in what I have learnt, and built in doing this first product, and meeting these amazing people, and using the advice they have given, so I can repeat the process on my next product, which will be closer to my goals and dreams.

I am eternally grateful to have found EPM, and Marisa, Murray, and Don, and also to be part of a community that is so supportive and I look forward to continuing my journey with them, and their wonderful program.

What is your biggest takeaway from EPM?
I thought I knew a lot about launching a product, however, I learnt so much about the most relevant and important aspects of doing this, and notably the following:
- Having a clear mission is vital to each person in my tribe
- A future self allows me (and my tribe) to visualise exactly what I will become and how I will succeed once I complete my mission
- The Bird's Eye View is important to help my tribe to be clear where they are in the process, and what is still be to completed, and what is next
- The other Experience Escalation is vital to the success of a program as it is the reason why people will want to stay, feel like they want to continue and finish the program.
- Experience Escalation is the missing ingredient from all other programs and the reason why I, like so many others, did not complete the multitude of programs that I have encountered and purchased in the past
- Marisa is a master at communicating and creating the mindset changes required in order to complete the EPM program and also how we create our own Experience products. In fact, this is the only way to do this
- ""Iterate your way to awesome"" is a very useful way to view and act on getting into action, rather than how I and others were previously stuck, looking for the perfect answer
- Having a ""Getting Started Choice"" meant I could get out of the stuck cycle and make a ""Starting Choice"" niche and product, just so I could work my way through the program, and end up with a much more improved mindset, fine tuned expertise for designing, building, and launching a product, and also have the tech infrastructure in place for when I do my next product, which will be more in the niche and target audience I want to work in, going forwards.

How did EPM help you become successful?
See above, plus:
I now have the clearer mind, expertise, tech infrastructure, content templates, and clarity of the process of how to build an experience product

How has EPM and your success impacted your life?
I have been looking for a means of getting out of the stuck cycle, as I have been in for the past 6 years, and moving forward on building and launching a product. I am now 100x more confident and clear about doing another product, and then another.

What has been the biggest change in your business?
I can finally, after 11 years on my journey, and several years in the stuck cycle, build and launch online products and grow my tribe and make a huge impact in people's lives.

What are you most excited about moving forward with your Experience Product?
I can finally do less corporate consulting work and build a new business helping entrepreneurs to build new lives through their passion. My mission is to help a million people break free of the jobs they hate and see how the entrepreneur path may be a suitable alternative to the traditional conditioned world.



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Marina Sciarrino (class of 2019)

Your Graduation Story
I was having a hard time. My beloved furry friend just died after 15 years of love. I had followed a course about improving my cv without taking action. I was on the verge of a burn out on my primary activity. I have wanted for years to build a course about a topic I could master, but I never delivered the boring info product I was required to do for a platform because it didn't feel right. Then I bought the book ""Everything is figureoutable"", I put on paper my primary goal, and when I had to choose my next best step I watched Marissa, two or maybe three times, explaining how different was EPM. I told myself ""taking this course is my next best step"". I then enrolled, in a big leap of faith.
It is the most significant course I have ever bought in the last ten years, and I was wowed by how organised and valuable is the content, by how great are the group coaching sessions, by the breakthroughs many students had during this journey.
During the masterclass, I looked at my past experiences, and I was able to connect them in an experience product, which could warm my heart with the idea of helping my people. My hard time hasn't ended yet, but sticking to the course and being in touch with this incredible community helped me focusing on productivity, on what I can give and I can achieve and, I hope so, to become more confident while facing life challenges.

What is your biggest takeaway from EPM?
I had a breakthrough in a coaching session about my superpower and that I should accept and embrace who I am, to be fully able to help others using it.

How did EPM help you become successful?
Success has so many definitions; I know that I am looking at my all life through new eyes, and I am more ready to feel proud of what I have achieved so far during this life marathon.

How has EPM and your success impacted your life?
I am an action taker in many fields, but I haven't been able to set my mindset for success, EPM is challenging me to do so.

What has been the biggest change in your business?
The biggest change in my business will be to focus on learning which is not only informational but also motivational and focusing on acknowledging the wins.

What are you most excited about moving forward with your Experience Product?
I am excited to build and improve courses, products and experiences of any kind, using a proven formula which leaves you creative space at the same time.

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