We can do this! Hello dear family and friends!
I'm so grateful that you are considering joining my support community to grow my business of making a difference through my performing arts and writing "“ which has been my dream since leaving the convent in 1968.
I've already invested time and money in developing the products (*see below!) and now it's time to take them to the market "“ full time. I've tried several times on my own, (it didn't quite work!) but now I've found the right intensive "grow your business" coaching program for me: Fabienne and Derek Frederickson's Client Attraction Business School. I'm asking for your help with raising the tuition for this program.
A few weeks ago, I invested in their 3-day program, with over 400 entrepreneurs just like me, and I met dozens of people who grew their successful businesses once they committed to the Client Attraction one-year coaching intensive. The program includes quarterly 2-day live conferences, monthly coaching, bi-weekly on-line classes, and daily accountability check-ins. Exactly what I need!
The annual tuition is $10,000, paid
monthly for 10 months. I've already made the first month's payment and I've
begun the program. With your help I'll raise the balance of the tuition, $9000
($1000 due June 15). By this time next year, I'll be announcing my success - such a big success
that I'll be paying forward your $9000 to help other artist/entrepreneurs grow
their businesses over the next few years.
So check out my giving levels; select your Thank You gift; look
for my weekly "community updates" on my progress; and please know that I send you blessings for even
considering supporting me! (*See more details below Nana Goldie's photo!)
*In 2000,I took out a $30,000 home equity loan to self-publish my GoldStar Magicâ„¢ children's book and Family Pen-Pal Kit, designed to help families realize that children can build their self-esteem when they choose to care about something, take action, and tell someone they love. I've also developed two one-woman shows that won prizes in festivals in DC and New York, as well as workshops about networking and overcoming fear of public speaking. And, as you well know, developing product is only one part of the "successful business" picture!