Hey, my name is . I'm from Michigan, and I'm here to tell you all about my experience thus far with Sam Ovens' Consulting Accelerator.
It's only been one week, but I'm going to tell you guys there's so much value in this course already. I'm the type of guy that always has all kinds of ideas. I own my own business. I always have new ideas for new businesses, but really what I decided recently or over the last year is I have some skill sets that are really valuable and they could help other people to be successful. I decided to systemize my business so that it could continue to run while I can step away and start a new business doing the things that I'm truly passionate about: Helping others so that they can have success in their businesses as well.
The hard thing is it's not that easy to just narrow down and figure out what you want to do. I already had a business. I'm very happy with it, but I always want to do more, and I want to help people. But it's hard to figure out once you have something already going that works what to do next.
I've taken all kinds of courses, all kinds of lessons. I have coaches. It's all great. I've learned all kinds of good stuff, but I feel like I've been chasing my tail really trying to figure out what I really want to do until now. The thing is is I took one week of Sam's Consulting Accelerator and now I know who I want to serve, what their problems are, and what solutions I can provide. I believe I truly can add value by focusing on that simply. Just finding the problem and the solution and helping people get the results that I know that I can get from them.
Just having that, knowing who my audience is, what my offer is, it just makes it so much easier to move forward. Rather than just learning all of these skills that I may need and I may not need, I can focus on just helping people solve problems, which is ultimately what it's all about.
I feel really confident that I made a great choice investing in this program, and I'm really looking forward to seeing what other benefits I get as I move on.
Thanks, guys. I really recommend it.