Over the past few weeks a lot of people have been talking about B-School.
And now, there’s less than 24 hours left before the shopping cart closes.
If you’re thinking, “I know I want to do B-School but I’ll wait until next year,” I’ve got 10 reasons why that’s not such a great idea:
1. It might not be available next year.
Throughout promoting B-School this year, Marie said that B-School might not be offered in this way again next year. The last time I heard Marie say that was the last year she hosted her annual conference, Rich Happy and Hot Live.
Some people thought it was a marketing tactic to get people to attend the conference. Well, she didn’t host that conference again and many people were upset that they missed their shot to attend.
I haven’t personally spoken with Marie about this, so I can’t say that I know anything for certain. But, I wouldn’t just say, “Oh, I’ll catch this next year,” if you really want the chance to take B-School. Do it now so you don’t have any regrets.
2. You shouldn’t wait another year to change your life.
B-School is a life-changing program for so many people (myself included). Why wait an entire year (if Marie even offers it again) to create the business of your dreams and start living the life you crave?
When you think about it that way it doesn’t make much sense to wait, does it?
3. Marie is the best of the best.
Marie hangs out with Richard Branson. She’s been interviewed by Oprah. Enough said.
If you want to learn from the best, this is the way to do it. You get access to her training and live calls where you can ask questions about your business.
4. You’ll never feel “ready.”
One of the biggest business mistakes you can make is to wait for things until you feel ready. I didn’t feel ready when I joined B-School. I didn’t feel ready when I started my blog. I didn’t feel ready when I taught at CreativeLive.
If you wait until you feel “ready,” you’re going to be waiting a very long time. Succeeding in business means taking risks. And, if you’re not willing to take risks, you shouldn’t be in business.
5. You’re looking for your business besties.
You’re looking for a group of women who get it. Your sisterhood of entrepreneurs who understand what it’s like to not be able to fall asleep because your mind is racing from your latest product idea or that feeling of disappointment when you send out your email newsletter that you poured your heart into for hours and six people unsubscribe.
You need an accountability partner who also takes her business seriously. You need colleagues who’ll support you, help you promote your products and services and give you honest feedback when you ask for it.
B-School (and the bonus Mayi and I are offering) will help you find all of that and more. To me, the community you join with B-School is worth the cost of admission.
6. You don’t have the time or money.
You might think that this is the reason that you shouldn’t join B-School but it’s the exact opposite. If you don’t have a lot of time, then you need to join the program that’s going to make the biggest impact on your business. B-School is that program. Marie doesn’t include any fluff—every homework assignment and every minute of the modules is vital.
If your business isn’t making money right now, you obviously need to make some changes. B-School will help you make those necessary changes. We’ve all heard the saying that you’ve got to spend money to make money. That’s a cliché for a reason—it’s true.
7. Everything is a struggle.
If every sale, every Facebook like, every blog post, every Instagram comment, every email newsletter feels like a struggle, B-School is what you need.
That’s where I was when I joined B-School. Everything felt like a struggle and after implementing what I learned through B-School, it started to get easier. My next launch felt more natural and my sales doubled from my launch before B-School.
8. You’re making a commitment to yourself and your business.
When you invest this much money into your education, you’re making a commitment to your business. And, if you’re anything like me, that means that you’ll actually do the work you know is important but that you’ve been putting off.
Have you been telling yourself that you’ll start blogging consistently next month? Or that you’ll start your email marketing campaign soon? Or that you’ll figure out the whole ‘target market’ thing next week?
B-School might just be the push you need to finally do the work. Mayi and I will work with you each week to encourage and motivate you, pushing you to make big changes to your business.
9. You’ve got that tingling sensation that this is the right program for you.
You know best. If you’ve got that excited (yet terrified) sensation when you think about B-School, it’s probably just what you need.
10. Mayi and I might not offer this bonus package next time (if there is a next time).
Mayi and I don’t know what the next year will bring for either of us, so we can’t guarantee that if Marie offers B-School again that we’ll be offering this (or any) bonus.
In fact, Mayi and I spent a few Skype calls discussing B-School and whether we could offer a bonus package together this year. We worked it out so that we could, but we can’t promise anything for the future.
I couldn’t imagine offering a bonus package without Mayi, but we really don’t know what we’ll both be focusing on come next year. If you want to work through B-School with us as mentors through the process, you should join before the doors close tomorrow at 3pm EST.
Have questions about B-School? Mayi and I probably answered them in the happy hour call we hosted last week which you can watch right here.
If we didn’t answer your questions in that call, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I’ll get back to you as soon as possible.
B-School registration closes tomorrow at 3pm EST! If you know you want to join, don’t miss this opportunity.