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You made it!

You came to TeachToScale.com, and you scheduled your appointment.

Then you started… and completed… your application.

You’re here now.  You’re reading this message, and you know your investment thus far will be worth the journey.

Congratulations for making it this far!

The next step for me is to review your application. Your next step is to prepare for your Course Curriculum Strategy Session.

This is an important time for both of us. It allows me to get to know you, your business, and the subject matter of your course.

And it allows you the time necessary to maximize the impact of your Course Curriculum Strategy Session.

To make it as easy as possible, I have these…

5 Tips to Maximize the Impact of Your Private Discovery Session


#1 – Eliminate Your Distractions

Prepare for your Strategy Session by eliminating any distractions that steal … or could steal… your attention away. 

Close Facebook, Email, Texts or any other Social Media interruptions so they do not take away from your Strategy Session!

#2 – Be Well Rested.

Be sure you get a good night’s sleep before your Strategy Session. It is important for you to be sharp and have your mind open. A tired mind will cloud your thinking and lessen the impact of your Strategy Session

#3 – Be Willing To Be Vulnerable

Even though it is likely we haven’t met — give yourself permission to be vulnerable. Imagine we’ve known each other for a while. Everything we talk about is in strict confidentiality, so be vulnerable. 

#4 – Take 100% Responsibility

I’ve heard it said that your life is the sum-total of the decisions you make. You’re responsible for where you are today. You’re responsible that you’re here right now. You’ve made a great choice to be here. Now — let’s take your course to completion.

#5 – Be Coachable To Accept Your Costs of Inaction.

You have not taken action in certain ways, and it has cost you a lot of money. Think about it… there have been times where you could have hired the right team to handle certain aspects of your business, and you held back… or … maybe inaction showed itself as de-prioritizing your course for one reason or another.

What ever it looks like — observe it, acknowledge it, own it, and take action so your cost of inaction doesn’t own you.

YOUR NEXT STEPClear Calendar and prepare for your Course Curriculum Strategy Session

I’m Joe, and I look forward to getting your course created and on the market!