5 Rating:
  • Level: Starting
  • Niche: Digital Marketing
  • Location: Los Angeles, United States
  • Consulting Accelerator

Before Consulting Accelerator, Dan was working in IT and project management but wanted to get out of the corporate 9-5 world. After joining the program, Dan found each lesson useful and valuable such as the mindset, sales script training and the client attraction methods. Now Dan is on the track to success.


Hi, I'm Dan Pierce. I'm from Sydney, Australia, but I've recently moved over to LA in the last few months. My background's in IT project management, and I've been working for healthcare companies over the last 10 years or so in London, in Europe, and Australia, and yeah. Now, I've moved to the US. Been wanting to get out of the corporate, nine to five, world for a while now, and start my own thing. I saw Sam's ad pop up for consulting accelerator, joined the webinar, and it really struck a chord with me. Exactly what I was wanting to do at this time. I was a little apprehensive at first about the cost of the course, but after now having taken it, I can definitely say it's worth it. The content's really excellent, both in terms of the amount of content, and the quality of the videos, and all the materials that are provided as well. There's a good- It covers all areas that you need like the mindset, the habit forming behaviors, so the higher level theoretical stuff, picking your niche, really sharpening your message that you're going to take to market, and what you're going to offer, and then through from those higher level theoretical parts to specific actions that you need to take. Things like the client attraction methods, sales script, how to register a company, how to create your website, funnels, the Facebook ads, and the step-by-step instructions to actually make things happen. So, I found it really useful, definitely worth the money for the course. For me, it's about putting these actions in place now, and making it happen. So, hopefully, I'll have some success stories to share soon. So, that's my quick review. Definitely worth it. Thanks, Sam. Cheers.