Yesterday, one of my AI mentors offered me 7000 AI prompts.
I imported the prompts into my Notion dashboard and frankly, I'm overwhelmed.
There is no way I'm going to read and test 7000 AI prompts to figure out which ones are relevant to me.
Last week, I received an email from a marketer offering a ton of AI scripts and over 110 hours of video training.
Who in their right mind would watch 110 hours of anything?
That's way too much information to try to learn on your own by watching videos.
A few years ago, I was promoting my Linked Accelerator course and I was bragging that there were over 24 hours of video training.
Eventually, I realized I was overwhelming my students with too much information.
They were so overwhelmed that they were afraid to ask questions on our live calls.
I don't have time to watch 24 hours of advanced LinkedIn marketing videos so why would my students?
When I invest in online courses, at least 90% of the information is for beginners and not relevant to me.
I may pick up one or two "nuggets" that make my investment worth it but I have to watch hours of video to find those nuggets.
That's why I don't invest in many courses these days.
Last year, I joined a few coaching programs where I could ask specific questions and the mentor would answer them on a group call.
The mentors were rushing through dozens of questions and only spent a couple of minutes answering my questions.
I didn't get the answers I needed and I wasn't allowed to interact with the mentor to get the answer I needed.
It was very frustrating, to say the least.
What if there was a coaching program where you could ask specific questions and get detailed answers from your mentor?
No "beat the clock" on a live group call.
A one-on-one, back-and-forth dialogue with your mentor until all your questions are answered.
You can ask as many questions as you want and receive the answers you need.
Would you be interested in a mentoring program like this?
Leave a REPLY below and say YES.