Has your membership become a pain in the ass?
Yeah. I said it.
Everyone talks about how great memberships are—and they are!—but they aren’t talking about how much of a pain in ass they can be to run.
The truth is that memberships consist of dozens of moving pieces and it seems like every time you turn around there’s a new strategy to try or piece of technology to implement. Something that’s supposed to make your life “easier” when in reality its just really fucking overwhelming.
You started a membership so you could…
- Go wide in serving your audience
- Focus on what you’re good at
- Make more money
And you’re doing all that. But now you’re also…
- Wearing too many hats in your business
- Cobbling together a strategy from what you read on blogs and in Facebook groups
- Making so many changes you’re not really sure what is even working and what isn’t
- Dealing with cancellations and customer service
- Dreaming about what’s next with no idea how to get there
Your time is valuable. Are you ready to put your membership in the hands of someone who knows what they’re doing so that you can get back to what you love?
I believe that empowering women is a feminist act. I could share plenty of stories about mansplaining and inappropriate coworkers and microaggressions and the Patriarchy in order to explain why I’m Feminist AF (I need this on a t-shirt or something) but it all boils down to this: it’s about damn time for women to shine.
For too many centuries women have been told to wait their turn. To be seen and not heard. To be perfect. To not make waves. To follow instead of lead.
Even modern society is full of contradictions. It tells women to be perfect but messy (I mean has anyone ever watched someone spend 20 minutes creating the perfect messy bun?! Madness.) Thin but curvy. Stand up for yourself but don’t be too aggressive. Be a leader but not bossy. Be great at your job but keep a perfect home and/or raise perfect children. Be sexy but innocent. Be yourself but don’t take up too much space.
And all I have to say about that is….fuck that shit.
I don’t just want to see a world where women aren’t measured by how many children they have or how clean their house is or asked how do you juggle it all? I want to help create that world.
And I want to do that by supporting women who support women. Because together we rise.