4 Rating:
  • Level: Starting
  • Niche: Men in Midlife Crisis
  • Location: Phoenix AZ, United States
  • Consulting Accelerator

Tamra is still working through the program and believes that this is the wisest decision she has made. She looks forward to finishing the program.


Hi. I'm Tamara Blankenship from sunny Arizona. I really liked this program. There are so many programs out there, it's hard to decide what one to go for. If you're one of those people that struggle with understanding what's the difference between one program and another, I think there's so much beautiful wisdom and content out there. But Sam puts it in a way that takes you from the idea of what's going on in your head and how to clear that out of the way. Then how to put the structures of the actual program itself in place and how to get you in that business sense and how to stay on top of yourself when you feel like you're going to get derailed. Such cool pieces I didn't see coming. He has a really true grounded sense on how to help the entrepreneur stay organized, which is a total added feature I didn't see coming. When I first started, there was no clarity for me. I didn't have a real good sense of what exactly my program was going to be. I knew what I did. I understood how I offered my services for the last 10 years, but I didn't know how to take me out of the factor and make it more content-based. Now this structure, the way he puts together this program, it really did help me get a little more organized, clear my thoughts, understand that marketing's not so scary, which I don't know if you were one of those people who were just completely overwhelmed from get go at the idea of marketing, and feeling like you need an entire staff to help you, to support you through that process. I'm grateful he had that all figured out for us. I have not finished the program, so I cannot tell you my end results, but I cannot tell you enough that it was the wisest decision I made, because it definitely gave me the safety and the confidence to move forward. I'm so grateful. Thank you, Sam Ovens.