5 Rating:
  • Level: Starting
  • Niche: International affairs
  • Location: Ulaanbaatar, Ulaanbaatar, China
  • Consulting Accelerator

Anji was looking to take her natural talents and launch them into a business. Inside the program, Anji was able to find the support she was looking for and recommends others looking for a sense of direction should join Consulting Accelerator.


Hi everyone, my name is Angie Club and I'm from Minneapolis, I'm from DC. I worked in and lived in Taiwan, Australia, I would say I'm a pretty global citizen and I'm actually recording this video from Mongolia where I've been working on a film for the past few years. I would say I'm a naturally entrepreneurial person but I've channeled that energy into artistic pursuits in the past and for the past year or so I've been thinking about how I want to channel that into business pursuits. So I've had this impulse but for the longest time I just didn't have the support or direction that I really needed to launch myself into the space. As soon as I started Sam's course, I felt like I got that direction and support, that was exactly what I needed to start moving along on this course, on this path. Within the first module I was able to crystallize what my strengths were, what my niche was, what the market needed and where that overlap was. Crystallizing that idea alone, I think was worthwhile, was worth it for me in terms of what I invested into the course. It was so, so valuable for me. Since doing the course I've started laying the foundations for my business idea and everything I've come across since then has just confirmed that this is a viable idea, it's a great idea for the market right now and I'm super, super excited about it. I would say that if you're someone like me, who has an entrepreneurial drive, you want to go it on your own, but you just need a little bit of support, you need a little bit of direction, Sam's course is exactly the right thing for you and I love that you can do it from anywhere you are in the world, like I said, I'm in Mongolia. So I would say it's invaluable and you would be remiss not to take this opportunity.