THE BEST ALL-TIME (BUT LEAST USED) METHOD TO MULTIPLY YOUR MEMBERSHIP

Most membership businesses don’t really believe me that they can actually MULTIPLY their membership. “It’s simply not possible!” is what they say. I’m about to challenge the way you look at your membership business. In doing so, I want you to set aside the misconception that it’s only possible to add members, and instead believe that you can MULTIPLY your … Read More

Look for These Traits in Future Leaders Inside Your Membership

Have you surrounded yourself with success-oriented people? They may not be easy to recognize, but they’re crucial to an organization that wants to be innovative and entrepreneurial. Here’s a list of factors that can help you identify and develop potential leaders in your membership: Collaboration. Look for members who communicate well, delegate effectively, and build strong personal relationships with other … Read More

Improve Your Leadership with This Skills Assessment

Good leaders reassess their skills regularly. Whether you’re a veteran or new to leadership, spend some time exploring these questions in detail: Who and what do I influence? Your sphere of influence isn’t defined or limited by your job title. Who asks for your advice? How do your decisions affect other people and different departments? Do people follow your example … Read More

How to Get More Members Paying You More

How many membership levels do you have? So many membership businesses only have one level of membership, others might have two; but I’m going to try to convince you that you need three. (And if you have four or more levels of membership, I’m still going to suggest slimming it down to just three.) If you’re now looking at your … Read More

How Many Membership Levels Should You Have?

During a recent coaching call, one of my members asked me, “How many membership levels should I have?” It’s one that I’m often asked and the answer is always THREE! Regardless of your membership business or niche that you’re in – the answer is still three. Here are 7 reasons why: 1) Three is better than one. Many membership businesses … Read More