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Let me Help you in this 12 week Mentoring Programme

The 12-week mentoring program is designed to provide individuals with the necessary skills and knowledge to succeed in their start-up or newly formed business.

The program is structured to offer a comprehensive learning experience that covers a wide range of topics, including leadership, communication, problem-solving, and time management.

Throughout the program, participants will have access to an experienced mentor who will guide them through the learning process.

The program is divided into five themes. During each theme, participants will apply what they have learned by working on their business and the problems they experience every day and receiving feedback from their mentor.

If you're looking to take your business to the next level, the 12-week mentoring program is an excellent opportunity to do so. With its comprehensive curriculum, experienced mentors, and real-world projects, this program is sure to provide you with the tools and knowledge you need to succeed.

Five Essential Themes for Business Success

1. It is crucial to have a clear understanding of your vision and goals. This will help you stay focused and motivated and ensure that all your efforts are aligned towards achieving your desired outcomes.

2. Generating a steady stream of leads is essential for any business. To achieve this, it is important to create a controllable and continuous flow of leads into your prospect funnel. This can be achieved through various marketing strategies, such as social media campaigns, email marketing, and search engine optimization.

3. Developing systems that deliver repeatable excellence is key to ensuring consistent quality and customer satisfaction. By implementing processes and procedures that are standardized and easily replicable, you can streamline your operations and minimize errors and inefficiencies.

4. Building team cohesion is critical for any business owner who wants to free themselves from constant supervision. By fostering a culture of collaboration and open communication, you can empower your team to take ownership of their roles and responsibilities and work together towards achieving common goals.

5. Finally, maintaining profit momentum is essential for long-term business success. This requires a focus on profitability, cash flow management, and strategic planning. By keeping a close eye on your finances and making data-driven decisions, you can ensure that your business remains profitable and sustainable over the long term.

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Week by week plan

  • During Week 1, you will create a simple vision statement that outlines your business goals and objectives.

  • In Week 2, you will identify your ideal client, which will help you tailor your marketing efforts to reach your target audience effectively.

  • Week 3 is dedicated to identifying your North-Star metric(s), which are key performance indicators that measure the success of your business. Additionally, you will develop a simple business plan that outlines your strategies for achieving your goals.

  • In Weeks 4 and 5, you will learn how to productize your service using the Service Transformation Triangle. This framework will help you create a scalable and profitable service offering that meets the needs of your clients.

  • Weeks 6 through 8 focus on generating a controllable, continuous flow of leads. You will learn about your differentiator, making irresistible offers, promoting your benefits (not features), why you need guarantees, reasons why customers should buy from you instead of your competitors, how to use social proof, the perfect call to action, and developing your perfect landing page.

  • Week 9 covers automation, which can help streamline your business processes and save you time and money.

  • During Weeks 10 and 11, you will explore the four pillars of effective management: delegation, coaching, understanding, and feedback. These pillars are essential for running a successful business.

  • Finally, in Week 12, you will learn how all of these topics come together to create profit momentum. We will discuss how to monitor your progress and make adjustments as needed to ensure continued success.

Customer testimonial

I have known Stuart for around 3 years, initially when he joined the Mentors Guild which I co-founded, and which grew to a network of several hundred business coaches.

When we added Mentoring Success to the portfolio, Stuart was an obvious choice to take on a leadership role. I worked with him more closely during this phase and was consistently impressed.

Having interviewed around 2000 business coaches and mentors Stuart stands out as one of the few who can really make a difference. He has extensive experience in business – both large and small - and, uniquely in my experience, his foundations are grounded in scientific research. Combine these with a warm and approachable personality and the result is a winning formula!

In the field of business coaching and mentoring, the theory really is quite straightforward, however, successful execution is another matter altogether and there are very few business mentors who can compete with the combination of Stuart’s expertise and his track record of growing clients’ businesses and, where desired, helping achieve a high-value exit.

On numerous occasions I have referred client opportunities to Stuart and he has always delivered.

Rob HogarthCo-Founder

Stay Focused

A client once described how they felt about picking a target market and a specific pain as having ‘niche claustrophobia’. They simply believed their world was becoming too small and wanted to market to the two or three other potential client avatars they thought might be good.I encourage them to hold steady and focus on building out their sales and marketing systems (go deep, not wide). Once they deployed the templates and training we provided to them and kept them consistent over a number of weeks, something triggered. Like touch paper, they set ablaze and scaled so rapidly that they had to slow their funnel to keep up with the speed of growth.We never discussed moving away from their target client niche again.Many experts find they have already worked with their ideal client avatar or are (or used to be) their ideal client. Targeting this type of audience is strongly advised, as you know yourself incredibly well and can go deep with the solution you are about to create.For experts changing audiences or just starting out, it is sensible to sell two or three clients into a one-to-one consulting program or ‘hands-on’ done-for-you service first, so you get to know intimately the problem you solve before building a scalable solution.

Vision and Goals

As an expert, you will have a unique feel for an industry sector, yet it’s vital to not fall into the ‘be everything to everyone’ trap at the start of your journey. The most successful expert businesses know exactly who they help, the result they help clients get, and how they do so.Before starting any campaign for new clients, you should dive into your ideal client avatar and understand exactly the pain you solve for them.Go deep with these pains; the more you understand, the deeper you can develop your solution and the better it will solve the pain for your clients.Ultimately, if you solve the right pain for the right person, they will invest considerably in working with you.

A Scalable Solution

Creating a scalable solution means that you understand the hours that you would be willing to give to your solution and that you craft your business around this. The skill is not to be stuck within the delivery or sales systems of your businesses (as the founder), so you can sell to hundreds of clients and still not conflict with the volume of hours you are willing to work.For example, many experts see one-to-one coaching as their high-ticket solution, then add a group and an online course into the mix as a bronze, silver, and gold-style product portfolio.This is a recipe for disaster, as you are pulled between spending time trying to make three solutions work.Similarly, agency owners who offer a variety of done-for-you solutions get stuck within the delivery of the service as well as having weekly client meetings and lengthy reports to write.It's far easier to sell THE solution and just THE solution; this way, your potential clients have a binary decision if they want to solve the pain (yes) or if they don’t (no).

NOTE: Solving the pain does not always mean the founder doing the work - in fact if you ever want to sell your business you need to make sure that you, as the founder , are NOT doing all the work (we'll get to that in more detail in step 3) Making your service scaleable means you need to convert it into a ‘product’ using the Services Transition Triangle; that’s the way we take your idea and convert it into something that other people can understand and that becomes desirable in their eyes.

The Scientific Value Building Machine

We currently have a few openings for new clients for the first time in six months. If you are looking to lock in your growth at this time, we invite you to join the Success to Soar Mentoring Program. Why not jump on a 15-minute, no-obligation call to find out if this program is for you using the link below? 


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