FAQ about Women In Transit – is it right for you?
It’s natural that you might have questions before you decide to join the Women In Transit group.
As a business owner – even a very new one – you need to make sure that you make a wise decision, to feel confident that it’s going to be worthwhile and give you a return on your investment.
If you’re curious about it, or considering joining, then you might have one of these common questions that people have asked so far:
What’s the time Commitment?
This is not a ‘course’ with set classes or standard ‘To Do’ items each week.
It’s very much driven by the members based on where they are at and the projects they are needing to work on to make progress in their business.
There are regular live sessions booked once or twice per week – however they are optional.
Some members rarely make it to the live sessions, and others use them as like set meetings to work ‘On’ their business.
We have a big focus on implementation and making sure you’re making the most of your time to work on practical tasks to grow your business, not having catch ups just for catch up sake…
In saying that, we’re human so we do like to have a quick check in to see how everyone is going and have a bit of a laugh too.
What type of business is this best for?
The group so far has been a lot of service-based business and a couple of ‘product’ businesses.
Most are ‘Solo CEO’s’ without employees, but who outsource aspects of their work to VA’s, interns or contractors.
So far the group includes businesses in Parenting, Personal Training, Consulting, Mindfulness, Organization, Project Management, Yoga and Tourism.
Some are early in their business [first 12 months] and others have been in business for a while, but are refining their business offering or the way they are marketing themselves.
The most important element is that everyone who joins the group is ‘coachable’ – meaning you’re open to learn from others, hear alternative perspectives and take action on what you learn.
The core strategies we focus on apply to most businesses and the intention is to guide you to know what you should be working on based on:
the type of business you are building and the stage your business is at – and not to get distracted or overwhelmed by anything else!
What about confidentiality?
Each member must sign a Confidentiality agreement before joining the group.
This ensures that everyone feels comfortable to discuss what they are working on in their business.
As in any group environment, it is also important that you decide what level of information you’re comfortable with and what level of detail you wish to share within the group.
Do you have any other questions about the Women in Transit group that I can help you with?
I want you to feel comfortable and excited about joining, so please let me know anything I can share that would help you to make the decision that is right for you.
Here’s to being your own boss!