Your Graduation Story
I came into Experience Product Masterclass 2019 when it was opened a second time due to some technical glitches. I wasn't going to do it until I belatedly realized that this program is exactly what I need to make sure my cause to bring personalized learning to classrooms actually succeeds. I understood that the engagement rates documented in your marketing were extraordinary and just what my program needed. So, I was grateful for the technical problem that gave me a second chance.
I dove in and pushed through, doing the extra assignments so I had a better understanding. I caught up with most others and kept on track for the months of November and December. But I hit a patch of personal difficulty when both limiting beliefs and blocking beliefs deep in my subconscious worked hard to derail my efforts to succeed. I persisted, but not without struggle. I had to take some time to clear the blocking and limiting beliefs using aspects of four personal development programs while still trying to get the experience product program work finished.
It was hard! But I was determined and knew I needed to keep going. The time needed to clear my limiting and blocking beliefs put me behind the schedule by about 4 weeks. The great news is that I finally feel free from those limiting and blocking beliefs and am confident I will get my product program on the market. Thus, is the last few days of January, and first few days of February I am seeing how my marketing oriented information website and all the documents I already have done will allow me to place the entire package into the xperiencify program and get me to mission accomplished.
I am expecting to launch my program this month of February. I have a few marketing documents to create which I can easily do in a week; some permissions to obtain from National PTA type organizations in other nations (the letter and docs seeking same are almost done); and lists from them to market to when they endorse the program, which clearly fits their mission and goals. Everything else is ready thanks to the module assignments I completed in the Experience Product Masterclass.
And even though I didn't reach Mission Accomplished in 10 weeks, I am super excited that this program has placed me in a position to launch my first cause mission in a few short weeks, with the full expectation that I will achieve it and even more. Thank-you for what you've created to make our world a better place to live and grow.
What is your biggest takeaway from EPM?
I really believe that experiencifying our cause products (information products) will create the motivation that changes our society to a far better place to live and grow and will provide the example for many other nations around the world.
How did EPM help you become successful?
EPM has given me the tools and the program to engage people in ways that will make real change possible. When that happens, I will have achieved my first of many missions.
How has EPM and your success impacted your life?
EPM has given me the hope that change makers can impact the world for good; that I can make a real difference not only in my immediate backyard, but anywhere in the world.
What has been the biggest change in your business?
The realization that my dream to bless the lives of families, teachers, and children by helping them see the changes they can make in their lifestyle is achievable.
What are you most excited about moving forward with your Experience Product?
First, to make the change in education that will allow children everywhere to live up to their potential and achieve their own dreams. Second, to help parents see that changing their eating habits can significantly improve their children's and their own health and reduce the cost of health care, remove chemical pollution from our land and water, and help us manage climate change. Third, marketing my programs will allow me to achieve my dreams--a permaculture and organic farm operation, a modern Tudor style home, environmental friendly vehicles, marrying into a family, providing visual and performing art venues in my adopted community, and income that allows me to donate to build God's kingdom on earth.