Thank you for being a part of the POV workshop. I enjoyed your contribution!
Now that the workshop is over, I’d like to ask for feedback and social proof:
1: Feedback: How could this workshop improve? I know, for example, that I could provide more realistic time estimates for parts of the homework between meetings. But there are things I don’t know, or can’t see. If you’re willing, you could help me see them. Just hit REPLY and let me know your thoughts.
2: Social Proof: Social proof (testimonials, etc.) is commonly seen as a way to convince or persuade prospects to buy. I see it differently. The job of social proof is to help prospects decide if the fit is right. Reviews or testimonials that are unrealistically positive or over-simplified don’t accomplish this job.
If you’re willing to provide an honest review or testimonial for the workshop and allow me to publish it, I’d be very grateful. Text is fine, and turning on your webcam and recording a casual video is also fine. Just do what’s easy for you. Please consider addressing any or all of the following questions:
- What made the workshop useful or a good fit for you?
- What did you have to bring to this workshop in order to get results from it?
- What kind of person/business would you recommend avoid this workshop because it’s not a good fit for them?
- How does this workshop compare to competing options in the marketplace?
- If it will take some time for the workshop to produce results for you, what do you think that journey of optimization or transformation will look like?
- What learnings or “aha!” moments from the workshop would you want to teach to others?
I think your responses to those questions will help others decide if this workshop is a good fit for them, and I thank you for any help you can provide along those lines.
Finally, please do let someone know about this workshop if you could see them benefitting from it. How you do this sharing is up to you, of course, but this link might be useful: https://indieexperts.io/workshops/
Thank you for embracing the risk and doing the work of this workshop.