You know that creating an online course is a natural next step for your business.
Courses build your credibility, create passive income and allow you to scale your impact.
But creating a successful course, even a small one, is challenging.
You risk wasting time and money.
That’s why getting expert help is a smart move.
Here’s how I work.
Your Online Course Mentor
Working with me you’ll get the clarity you need to start building your course, and the guidance you need to finish it.
- We’ll look at who your course is for, what result they’ll get and why they’ll sign up.
- We’ll translate your unique knowledge into an outline for a course that’s engineered to get results.
- I can also mentor you through the course creation process, so you can create the best possible product.
In a nutshell: I can help you transform your hard-earned knowledge into a kick-ass online course.
And you know what? It’ll even be fun!
What Does It Cost?
I offer a variety of packages depending on where you’re at right now and what you need help with.
Course Review – £250
If you’ve already built an online course, I’ll review it with an expert eye and give you practical ideas for improvement.
Course Clarity – £500
If you plan to create a course, I’ll help you get clarity on who it’s for, the result they’ll get, and why they’ll want to buy it.
Mentorship – £3,000
I’ll guide you from concept to production, helping you translate your unique know-how into a course that gets results.
Consulting – £125/hr
If you want to chat about your online strategy, or need help solving a specific problem, you can hire me by the hour.
Everything starts with free, 30-minute discovery call. This is a chance for us to get to know each other and for you to tell me about your business. I’ll try to give you at least one valuable takeaway from our call.
Everything’s done remotely — we’ll work together using Zoom and other familiar collaborative tools.
If working with me sounds like it could be right for you, let’s chat.
What Other People Say
The huge thing I gained from working with Glen was successfully pivoting my business without throwing the baby out with the bathwater. His clarity exercises and strategy sessions helped me see how I could meet my objectives with a much lower-risk strategy.
Leading up to the launch, he helped with project planning, email strategy, pricing strategy, and tool selection. And during the launch itself, he was a calm and stable presence, helping manage the stress of a 6-figure launch and make data-driven course corrections on the fly.
Working with Glen was like working with a business partner. It was amazing to have that kind of relationship where I could trust him to always do the right thing by my business, without bringing any ego to the table.
He wasn’t afraid to push me in certain areas, like selling, but he also knew when to step back. I could count on him to advise me and hold me accountable without ever making me feel like I was being driven in a direction I didn’t want to go.
The best thing was that he didn’t just give me clarity and an effective strategy, but he was also in the trenches with me day-to-day helping move things forward.
I loved working with Glen and I’m already exploring ways to work with him again!
I initially hired Glen to help us rethink the way we were selling our “done for you” blogging services to prospective clients.
He quickly identified opportunities not only to position ourselves more strategically with our clients but also to realize some valuable quick wins for the business.
Then as part of a broader analysis of the business he led us through a simple process which gave us more clarity around our short and medium-term priorities.
Once into implementation, he helped us to shift our core messaging and create new service packages to increase the scope and perceived value of what we do.
The response so far has been very positive and I’m confident that these changes and our renewed clarity have set BlogWorks up for strong performance in 2021.
Before Glen took over operations at Smart Blogger, I spent most of my day doing a gazillion things I had to do to keep the business running. I never felt like I could focus or “zoom out” or even rest. It was a never-ending treadmill and it made me pretty miserable.
But then, for the first time in years, I had quite a bit of freedom to decide what to do with my time. I felt like I could think more clearly and strategically as well as focus on the small number of things that truly mattered. And I think the business saw enormous benefits as well.
In addition, whenever the company ran into a big, tangled dilemma with no clear answer, I could always count on Glen to untangle it and figure it out. I felt safe having him make decisions on behalf of the company, and it’s impossible for me to describe how valuable that was.
Finally, I valued his ability to help me (and the company as a whole) make better decisions. Ultimately all I care about is doing the right thing, and the likelihood of that happening when Glen was involved in the decision was higher.