Where do your best ideas come from?
There’s something about getting together with like-minded people who challenge your thinking, cause you to think beyond what you see possible and encourage your growth.
Below is a screenshot of just one group that I belong to.
All of the people above represent some of the largest membership organizations in their niche (a few of them private clients of mine.)
Every time we get together, even if it is virtual, every one of us always learn something.
There’s a Proverb, “As iron sharpens iron, so one person sharpens another.”
As you lead your members, it’s important that you surround yourself with people who will do the same for you.
You can’t take your members down a path you haven’t traveled. They’re trusting and looking to you for direction.
Sharpen your skills but more importantly surround yourself with others who will help you do the same.
And if you’re looking for more opportunities that you can get more members, here are four ways we can work together.
- Would you like to have an email swipe file that has generated seven figures in sales? This swipe file will give you our best-performing emails that you can swipe and make your own. Go here to get your swipe file.
- I run a fun Facebook group for “membership marketers” who want to grow & scale. Might be useful for you. Check it out here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/membershipmarketers
- Do you want to get more members in 4 days than you do all month without costing you a dime? I’m giving you the exact email templates, the timings, everything you need to simple “plug and profit” from all of my hard work learning and testing with hundreds of membership businesses over the years. Go here to learn more now!
- Are you interested in growing your membership by $10,000 in the next four weeks? One of my members just sold $10,000 in two weeks using our framework. If you’re interested in learning how just shoot me an email at scott<at>membershipmultipliers.com and put “MULTIPLY” in the subject line… tell me a little about your membership and what you’d like to work on together, and I’ll get you all the details!
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