1st Time I run a Group Program I was hooked!

1st Time I run a group program, I was hooked!

Posted On December 6, 2019

First time I run a group program I loved it so much you can’t imagine. The feeling of running a business in a collective environment is so empowering. And if you are sick and tired of doing business alone, maybe group programs is something that you are looking for.

When I first started my business, I started my journey to discover my zone of genius and my best way to work with others. It has been quite a long journey but a very rewarding one too.

You know, 2 minds are always better than 1

Here are my 5 reasons why I love running group programs so much…

1 – There’s something magical when you put together a bunch of like-minded people looking to reach a common goal in a group environment.

2 – I know that it’s better to work as a collective than on your own. Business on your own can be very blah.

3 – Members feel more confident in sharing their struggles in a safe and confidential group environment.

4 – Members can help, support and brainstorm with other group members. There’s nothing better than an outside perspective of one’s business.

5 – Celebrating together is better and more rewarding. Motivating others to keep going in a group program setting is totally my ultimate objective. This will help them overcome some obstacles that they are going through at the time.

What is stopping you from starting your group program? Would you like to talk about this with me? I am opening my diary to discuss this possibility with you.

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Written by Sofia Pacifico Reis

At 28 years old, she packed her bag and flew to the UK, leaving behind family and friends and everything she knew. Adjusting to a new culture, she’s made her way up the corporate ladder where she navigated through unknown situations never losing faith and track of her dreams and desires. Always dreaming about having her own business ever since she was a teenager…but when at corporate the comfortable “safety net” prevailed and her passionate dream got forgotten. Something was always missing…Sofia hated the way corporate treated people – like numbers… The more she saw these things the more she knew she wanted to experience more control over her destiny and her desire to own her own business grew year on year… Until the day she couldn’t take it anymore and she fired her boss! – penned her resignation letter and walked out. Through troubled waters, she remained strong, learning how to unleash her unique POWER and now she mentors and coaches other Entrepreneurs on how to implement a system that helps leverage your time, build your signature membership site programs in line with their highest vision! They become visible online with confidence, they love achieving their desired income without all the tech frustrations because her team do it all for them! She works with aspiring coaching entrepreneurs who feel ready to become their own boss fearlessly.

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