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In college, artist Justin DeMers had an “aha” moment that unlocked his creativity. That breakthrough allowed him to help large networks, companies, and brands find the extraordinary in the ordinary and produce powerful human interest videos.   Now, at Live Lab, Justin helps entrepreneurs cut through the noise, eliminate distractions, and create powerful live videos to empower their brands and forge meaningful connections. Within that membership is a smaller membership, called Seen and Heard, where…

For 11 years, Cody Burch was the engineer in the back of the room, handling every aspect of his company’s digital marketing efforts. When he started to work for a number of coaching clients he really admired, he got inspired and started his own agency. However, after an infamous Facebook outage left him running ad campaigns all day on Thanksgiving, he decided that his successful business needed to change. Now, at One Hour Funnel, Cody…

Belinda Weaver pursued a “safe” career in IT and worked as a computer programmer, but soon discovered that things were much more fun in her company’s marketing department. She got bored in her niche and was looking for a new opportunity when she discovered freelance copywriting. She soon built a business that gave her newfound freedom and the opportunity to quit her job. Now, at Confident Copywriting Membership, Belinda teaches other copywriters how to build…

Tracy Roesch Williams had a good job and was making great money, but felt like there was something more that she needed to do. In working with a career counselor, she learned how to listen to her heart and create a plan for professional success that did more than just follow the money. As a result, Tracy decided to launch a business of her own, Visions to Profits, where she helps women between the ages…

Julie Dueck wasn’t happy with any of the quilting shops in her area, so she started her own. But after she was diagnosed with an autoimmune disease that required major surgery, she struggled to pay the bills and had to close shop. Now, at Quilt For Joy, Julie serves quilters who have lost their passion and want to get back into it. She connects a like-minded community of quilters and gives them permission to create…

Storyteller, actress, and theater writer Maryrose Wood never anticipated becoming a novelist. However, in her early 40s, she got herself a 2-book deal with Random House, despite having never written a word of fiction in her life. She went on to create The Incorrigible Children of Ashton Place – a hugely successful 6-book series. When the series ended in 2018, she had a hungry fanbase that wanted to stay in her world – and stay…

Jamie Sears thought she had found her dream job as a lobbyist for the Arizona Supreme Court. However, after she had children, she wanted to work less hours, be more present, and spend her days hanging out with family. Despite her initial reluctance, she decided to go back to school to become a teacher. She struggled in her first year in the classroom. However, when she shifted her mindset and allowed her students to participate…

Learn How This Membership Helps Keep Organic Growers in the Green Who do you think of first when we say problem-solver? What about industry-innovator? Even life-changer? A parent? A spouse? A mentor? What about… YOU? Michael Kilpatrick didn’t always think of himself as an industry innovator, but, in a short amount of time, he went from being an everyday, independent, organic farmer, to identifying the biggest problems and helping others find solutions in a huge…

What It Took For Aprille To Launch Her Membership… Even If It Wasn’t Perfect Aprille Reed worked for years as a successful webinar creator, empowering entrepreneurs and their businesses across the globe. She coached them one-by-one to thrive using webinars. As her business grew, she knew the one-to-one model couldn’t scale. She needed to find a way to better leverage her expertise—and the membership model seemed like the perfect fit. But Aprille had a common…

See how Alissa overcame her fear of failure by nurturing a close-knit membership Alissa Daire Nelson wanted to shift from a one-on-one coaching model to a one-to-many membership model for one simple reason: to help more people. But she was afraid her first launch might not achieve the numbers she had hoped for. It wasn’t until she made a crucial mindset switch that she faced her fears and successfully launched her membership community. Rather than…

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