If you’re thinking about starting a mastermind program, there are many things you need to consider to ensure you have a successful launch. Starting a mastermind is not something you create and then sell out after a week. You have to seed for a long period of time.
Over the last two years, I have hosted over 20 different mastermind programs – each of various sizes and structures. In this episode, I share what I’ve learned about launching and selling out a mastermind program, why it’s important to determine if your audience wants your program before you launch, and the steps you need to take to ensure your program sells out.Be willing to go all in and follow up. - Sigrun
In This Episode of The Sigrun Show:
- How to determine if your audience is interested in a mastermind program
- Why you shouldn’t call your first program a “mastermind”
- Identifying how long your first program should last
- Identifying your target for your first mastermind program
- Strategies to qualify your mastermind leads
- How to get your audience involved and invested in your program before you create it
- The importance of incentivizing sign-ups
- Determining when to grow your group size
- How to get testimonials for your first program
- The benefit of offering a free Q&A call leading up to your launch
- The benefit of combining one-on-one coaching with masterminds – at first
- Strategies for building relationships with people who are interested in your program, but hesitant to buy
How to Ensure You Sell Out Your Mastermind Program:
- Have a plan.
- Start early.
- Seed a lot.
- Reach out to all potential clients directly.
- Keep momentum as you go along.
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