Quit screwing around and get shit done
Building stuff is hard, especially when you’re first starting out. My first iOS app was the result of two years of struggling whereas my OS X WorkBurst app was made with just 30 minutes of real work. That’s the power of experience, and the shortcut I’m offering you.
Now, don’t be confused by my use of the word “shortcut.” Building products will always be hard work. If you’re here because you’re looking for a way to “get rich quick,” you’re in the wrong place. In fact, you’re in the wrong industry. Building apps is about building assets, and putting your money towards things that provide returns, rather than decline in value.
- You’re ready to stop fantasizing about your product and start building it
- You’re ready and willing to work your ass off
- You’re not afraid to get out of your comfort zone
…let’s get going, already!
$300 for a 30-minute intensive strategy session
It starts off with a pre-session questionnaire, so that every minute of our meeting is dedicated to getting you where you want to go. We’ll meet face-to-face (Skype, Google Hangouts) and I’ll help get you set up for success.
Novice No Longer Package
$1,000 for one month mentorship*
We’ll meet face-to-face (Skype, Google Hangouts) once a week for 30 minutes, and I’ll help get you on the right track and make sure you stay on the right track. Our time will be split between goal settings and accountability, and questions and answer. You’ll leave each call knowing exactly what you need to do to accomplish your goals.
Novice No Longer Pro Package
$750/month for three months*
This is just like the Novice No Longer Package, but lasts for three months rather than one month. Three months is enough time to complete a fairly complicated app, launch a product MVP, and otherwise completely change your life. I’ll be here to help with guidance and (most importantly) accountability. Your success is my number-one goal.
* Payment plans available, just ask!
Not sure mentorship is right for you?? Check out what some of my former students have to say.