I’m not a pro sports expert. So, this is gonna seem like kind of a weird thing for me to compare to. And if you DO know something about pro sports, you probably already know about special teams coaches. But I was surprised to find out how many different kinds there are.
They have special teams coaches for almost every position.
Especially in football. You have the kicker coach, the quarterback coach, the defensive coach, the offensive coach, and receiver and runner coaches. It’s almost as complex as specialty doctors. And while it can be a little overwhelming to someone who doesn’t follow the games, I can easily see how much sense it makes.
Because I’m a business coach. So, I understand personalized, specialized, and tiered levels of service.
For an example, to start with, I’ve had one-on-one business coaching sessions for years. And those are sessions where I’m able to focus, just as the name implies, on one business owner or entrepreneur at a time. One-on-one sessions are for business owners or entrepreneurs who have a budget that can absorb the higher cost with no adverse affects to their company. But the cost isn’t necessarily affordable for newbies.
And I’ve had I don’t know how many clients tell me our time together easily paid for itself. Over and over.
Another example of “special teams” coaching for business is an advanced membership program. And while it’s not as personalized and specialized as one-on-one, it can super effective for some. Especially if a business owner or entrepreneur has some momentum and just needs help to scale things up to the next level.
Then, there’s a standard membership program. That sort of membership typically runs under $100, sometimes quite a bit under, and it can connect business owners into a business coaching community. It’s not nearly as personal as one-on-one. But it doesn’t cost nearly as much either.
So, there are trade-offs.
Above all those examples you can get into “mastermind” groups. And those are definitely premium-priced options. So, they’re only for business owners and entrepreneurs who can afford a membership from $5000 a year to even $100,000 a year. Yeah. Not for the faint-hearted.
And for the master business builders, mastermind groups can have HUGE networking benefits.
But, today, I’m talking about the opposite of the spectrum. My RondaReady UNversity monthly membership. It’s $15 a month. And that’s $180 a year. A far cry from $100,000. And you definitely won’t be rubbing elbows with multi-millionaires and billionaires. But it’s a great way for newbie business owners and entrepreneurs to build momentum. You could say I’m your newbie special teams coach.
Enroll today for a monthly tuition of $15. I haven’t raised the price in the whole two years since I started UNversity. But that’s likely to change in 2023. So, get in now. Be in time for the lesson on the first Thursday in March (same goes for each month).
The deadline to enroll and still be in time for March’s lesson is February 28th, when the clock strikes midnight. And that’s less than a week away. So, don’t delay. Link is below.
Enroll in UNversity today – https://bit.ly/3sjscAd