I have been on a mission lately to demonstrate the value and methodology behind group programs as a business instead of running yourself ragged with one-on-one coaching. While each of these can have a place in your business, it is highly valuable to dig into group programs so that you can avoid entrepreneurial overwhelm.
I want to give you a great example of this today by highlighting an interview and a case study that demonstrates the effectiveness of group programs. I'm doing so with the incredible Stacy Mayer, who has found massive success implementing group programs over the last six months.
Stacy has always been a strong advocate for women and their place in the world of high-power executives. She got her start by making her voice heard in New York, although not quite the way you would imagine. She led an improv company in Times Square while moonlighting at a hedge fund, steadily making the transition into running her own successful coaching business.
I want you to learn from Stacy’s process and her life path as a case study for how you might implement group programs into your own business. On top of that, I’m challenging you not only to go check Stacy out for yourself, but to bring at least one other woman along with you that wants a promotion into a senior leadership role.
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