For me, a big takeaway is designing the course, using clear titles for each part, and smaller mission statements. With 1000 possibilities and not wanting to leave something behind, it was a task to decide that and clarify the Bird's Eye View. Also, the mission statement to market the program gave much clarity. I enjoyed working on my course materials, designs, and naming. So, I am proud to have at least a small sales page and two partners who are given their gifts as a bonus to my course. Now, I have to market and chatterbox more seriously and leave doubt behind now and ever.
What is your biggest takeaway from EPM?
Having clarity on the steps to take.
How did EPM help you become successful?
I am not successful at the moment. Although, financially, I am not. Being successful in the real world is a goal for 2021.
How has EPM and your success impacted your life?
I have made progress, and I have more clarity on what I have to do now.
What has been the biggest change in your business?
The biggest challenge was personal. After a lifetime of being angry and voiceless, it is quite a task to use my energy for the best. I know what I am here for. That is why I had all those experiences during my life. However, it is still challenging to take a stand for myself and for my mission now.
What is now possible for you because of your Experience Product?
Move on and do the work: chatterboxing, marketing, and go out to sell because the product I have now is experiencing wonders with Alice. Who does not want that? I love creating it furthermore, and I hope my clients will love it too. We will see.