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Creating Sustainable Group Coaching Programs with Rebeca Lima




Erica Nash 0:00

So in this episode, I got the chance to sit down with Rebeca Lima. She's a coach and the founder of her group coaching program, six figure society. And honestly, she is just an all around incredible human. It was so lovely to sit down with her and get to talk about all of these things. You'll hear in the episode how we connected over lots of things. This was the first time that Rebeca and I had met, but I felt immediately connected to her, there was just something that she brought to the room that was just so powerful, so warm, so welcoming. And I know that she brings that into her coaching program as well. In this episode, we talk about lots of things. Rebecca talks about how she runs her program, she talks about how she runs it sustainably as someone with an autoimmune condition. She talks about guarantees, she talks about how she gets to know her students. Spoiler alert, it's amazing. And I just am really excited to bring this episode to you, because it really does show how not all programs have to run the exact same way. So yeah, I'm gonna leave you with that. Let's just dive in.





Erica Nash 1:12

Welcome to next level course creator. My name is Erica. And this is a podcast about creating premium online programs that participants never want to leave. If you want a program that serves the whole person satisfies participant needs, and creates brand ambassadors who tell all their friends about how awesome you are. This is for you. Listen, and as we go beyond conversion numbers, sold out launches and five figure months to get to the heart of the matter. Taking care of the people who have already said yes, let's go.


Erica Nash 1:49

I am so excited to be joined today by Rebeca Lima, coach and founder of six figure society. Rebeca, thank you so much for saying yes. And for coming on the show to hang out with me and talk a little bit about what you do. Please tell us a little bit about you and your work.


Rebeca Lima 2:08

Thank you so much for having me, Erica. So you're gonna hear an accent I was born in Brazil into third world country poverty, I didn't move to the States until I was about 13 years old. So that's I'm going to age myself here a little over 20 years. Um, and I'm the founder of the six figure society in why I do what I do. I've always been somewhat of a coach, you know, I used to work in my old profession, and people will come to my office, they come at office, the confessional. So they will come. And I was I was doing payroll and I was doing, you know, p&l reports, they would just come and sit next to me just open up. So when my husband decided to move almost cross country, I found my calling to be coaching officially.


Erica Nash 2:56

That is beautiful. And I I love that people sort of just naturally flocked to you to talk to you about this thing that I do feel like coaches just tend to have that sort of personality that attracts people that are like, Hey, you seem to have this figured out, can you please help me,


Rebeca Lima 3:15

which is so interesting, because that was more of a generic list, they would come and get their paychecks in the office and sign in, all of a sudden, they'll be talking to me about you know, their marital problems, or an issue that they're having with a child or it was really random. He just wasn't like just one day like you're good with money, come help me with money, which, you know, when I started my business, I was actually a money coach, because I was like, Okay, I'm really good with money. I've been around numbers my whole life. Let me just take this to the next level. And he turns out, when people open up to you about their finances, they open the floodgates. They just share all the trauma, visibility, marketing, like all of it. Right? And yeah, so that's why I do what I do.


Erica Nash 3:56

Amazing. And I think that I think that goes really far. To speak to you just being a safe space for them. You know, and I think that that's kind of, that's what people look for when when they need somebody to do don't want to say dumb things on but kind of like that's what happens, right? Like when people come to us, and they're like, hey, and they just kind of like verbally vomit. Um, and I think it's just because it's a safe space. And and you just you do you have this really warm, open, sunshiny, vibrant personality. And the I think that that probably really goes a long way in, in your coaching.


Rebeca Lima 4:39

It does and that really helps me with the implementation piece because I am all about implementation. And interesting enough, you know, the psychology of implementing things is that the problem is never really the problem. So when people come to me with visibility fears, and they say marketing is the issue. Well, it's not really marketing most times it's that visibility. utility piece, right? It's feeling insecure about something is, so the problem is really never the problem. And that really helps me with the implementation, looking at individual as a whole, instead of just looking at one piece of their life, that 45 minute zoom that I see and judging you by that,


Erica Nash 5:19

oh, my goodness, that's so good. I had to write it down. The problems are never the problem. I, I think we're going to talk a little bit later about implementation and sort of your philosophy around, you know, like really kind of scaling things down and just getting to the information that's necessary to move forward with implementation rather than a whole bunch of fluffy stuff. So I'm super excited to dig into that, because that is exactly how I feel about about courses and curriculum in general, like, let's cut away the fluff and get right to the nitty gritty. So before we do all of that, let's talk a little bit about six figures, society, your program, so kind of orient us to the course just a little bit? Who is it for? And what are they able to do once they implement what you teach them?


Rebeca Lima 6:08

Six figure society is a little bit of a business catch all. And again, it goes with a bit implementation. So six years, it really helps most online entrepreneurs, or any entrepreneurial issue really succeed in the online world, even if they have this brick and mortar piece, it really helps them with their visibility, it helps them with their structure of their offer, he helps them with marketing, he helps them with a signature talk. And he has this really cohesive way of everything that you truly need for business in, you know, that has so or the let's just talk about like, falling into the feminine energy. And all those things, even though the energetic pieces are very much a big piece of what I do is now I get what feels good for you. And then you sit down, you're like, I don't know, I was never asked what feels good for me, I've always been given a nine to five and I follow a structure. So it gives intrapreneurs this loving constraints like this is what works best. How does that feel? Can we troubleshoot that, and then we work with those loving constraints. Instead of you having feeling like you have all this flexibility in fix it flexibilities what gets in the way.


Erica Nash 7:22

Loving constraints, I love that so much. Because sometimes I do I fully believe in keeping courses structured in a way that allow participants to maintain their autonomy, right, where they get to make all the choices. But the caveat to that is that sometimes if there's too many choices, then it becomes like this analysis paralysis. And so I love the idea of putting these loving constraints in place. And just like making best, like this is the best practice, these are the best recommendations I can make to you. And then looking and analyzing, looking at it and analyzing it in a way of like, Okay, does that match up with your goals, with your vision with your values, whatever, and then adjusting from there, if if it doesn't, I love that so much.


Rebeca Lima 8:19

And interestingly enough, one of the first things that I asked even my private clients is to take five personality tests for me. So there is a bunch of personality tests, so I can see them at that 360 level beyond what they tell me. So I know that myers briggs, I know their their enneagram, I know their money archetype, like I have all of this in front of me when I'm coaching them. So that way, my loving constraints, I say, Okay, you're type three, I don't have an Enneagram type three, if you don't notice that high achiever, I don't have to tell you to hurry up, I just have to tell you to slow down, or are you a seven, you get stuck in paralysis. So let's do this this way. Right? So even though they're loving constraints and best practices, I take the personality type and and we call it the business code. It's one of the modules. And that's how we come up. Okay, here's the business code with your personality. He's what works best for you under the best practices.


Erica Nash 9:08

That is fascinating. I am obsessed. I am obsessed with personality quizzes. So that taking that approach. I love it. And I am super curious. Do you have one type of personality that tends to take your course like Do you have a really popular?


Rebeca Lima 9:30

Yes, they are type threes, which is super interesting. The type threes again the high achiever, right, they're ready to go to the next level. And they want to do all the things and they are 80% more likely to take my my course and be a private client and anyone else.


Erica Nash 9:45

That is fascinating. I'm just oh my goodness, that could be a whole different episode. I could really like nerd out about that.


Rebeca Lima 9:56

I do us like just a slight side note here. Ah, knowing the personality type for the people who are hiring you, it just gets so much easier to create content. Because when I'm drawing blanks, I just look at the personality type. And I'm like, Okay, I'm writing a piece of content for this person. Yeah, there you go.


Erica Nash 10:15

Are you a type three?


Rebeca Lima 10:17

I am not. I'm on one


Erica Nash 10:19

interesting, oh, my gosh, I'm a one too. But that also goes back to and speaks to that sort of like personality of like, these people tend to flock to you because you nurture and you know, have this like wisdom or whatever. So Oh, my gosh, that's amazing. Incredible. I love it so much. So I would love to talk, logistics and process for just a second within six figure society. So how is it set up for an excellent client experience? Like what opportunities do you give them to engage with either you the content community? And how do you handle that logistically?


Rebeca Lima 10:59

So logistically, they were so once they sign up, they start getting the emails in their inbox right away. So there is one module per week. Interesting enough, the modules are only 15 to 20 minutes. Again, there's no fluff, it's just me doing it in front of the computer, showing them the step by step how to do it, then they get this gorgeous planner, which you guys can't see. But it's a gorgeous planning that basically has all the worksheets. All the science suggests that when we have pen and paper, things just stick to our brain. So that's why like, my kids are 11 and 12. And I tell them ready, down ready, though, because they keep typing everything in, they don't really absorb the information as much. So I made a point to create a pen and paper. Not only that, but they have 90 days of the activities that they have to do right in front of them, including mindset work, three neuroscience questions that are going to really impact them. So they get, again, the modules, set of 22 emails directly in their inbox, they have access to a membership portal, they have this amazing planner that gets in front of them. And they also have weekly calls with me. So once a week, we get on Zoom for 90 minutes. And typically the most programs is not any information or kind of places like okay, what are you working on? How can I help you? We do we have four different types of calls a strategy call, a mindset, call, any planning patient call, in a CEO call. So we do keep it within the theme. And we start off with those teams. So it doesn't become all facing the same place. So there is some structure to that. But then towards the end of the call is like what are you working on? Let me hear your voice. How can I help you troubleshoot what you're implementing right now?


Erica Nash 12:42

That sounds amazing and so supportive. Do you have additional, like, coaches on your team? Or is it just you?


Rebeca Lima 12:51

It's just me.


Erica Nash 12:53

You know, I'm always curious and concerned, maybe it's not the right word, but somewhat concerned. Just making sure that coaches are like taking care of themselves emotionally, and like handling that emotional weight. And so with all of that, you know, how do you balance caring for yourself and you know, your family, your kids, and then supporting those students at the high level that you do?


Rebeca Lima 13:21

It's pretty easy. So if there is any conflict like they are today, I had to go to court for you know, jury duty and I just had one of the mastermind, ladies take over I said, Hey, can you jump on and just do it for me, here's the password you log in. Because it is such a mastermind. And we're all masters of something. It's easy for me if there's a family emergency, or if I don't feel like if I'm taking vacations should just pull in for my resources, the chance for them to step out as the expert and take up space because I'm all about taking up space. And it's so easy for me right as I have this amazing experts that I can pull from so to answer your question, 90 minutes once a week, it's what I do with them. And then again, because it's such a masterminding action type of program, when they have a question inside Facebook groups, they're not waiting for me. What they want is everybody else's input, and I'm usually the last one. So I have 15 minutes on my schedule each day. So I can just go into the Facebook group and check in. And that's pretty much it. So 15 minutes a day, 90 minutes once a week.


Erica Nash 14:28

Amazing. It sounds like you built a really incredibly tight knit and supportive community as well.


Rebeca Lima 14:36

Yes, it's amazing. I'm always surprised at the caliber of people that are in my world. I say I always attract the most amazing people. You know, and it's just, it creates this really everybody's an expert in something right and then we all have something to add. So it doesn't get to be the Rebecca show. Here's how here's what I've done. Here's how I've done it, it gets to be like everybody have you thought about it this way, different perspectives, different sides. Even sometimes, like, Oh, I haven't even thought of that way myself. And it's really, really awesome.


Erica Nash 15:11

That is beautiful. I just fully believe that the community aspect to any course is perhaps one of the most valuable pieces simply because when people are working through trying to implement all of the amazing things that coaches are doing, they're going to run into obstacles, they're going to come up against things that that they're going to be unable to solve by themselves. Or if they're trying to solve it by themselves, they're unable to process some of the mindset things that are happening at the same time. And it just like keeps them stuck, or at worst, right, like completely disengages them from the continent, or maybe they give up or something like that. And so I It sounds incredible, and I love that that that you've set it up in such a way that the participants feel safe to contribute in that way. That's amazing. So and


Rebeca Lima 16:11

I do want to point out because what you said is so interesting, I find and unfortunately, a lot of programs are run this way where you know, we're on a call or you have next day, you have an issue that you have to lean to the next call to do it. So I call it the stuck guilt, shame cycle. So I'm stuck. And I feel guilty because everybody else gets in, I don't. And I feel shameful that everybody else gets it and I'm stuck in I don't and and I don't show up for the next call in I don't show up for the following call. Right. And it becomes this tremendous guilt of not using this community and this program the way that you're supposed to and then making about you, right, so I really point that out to them. And I tell them that this is the unstuck take up space community. So I'm we need to tell me what it is. And notice sometimes when they're trying to escape from question like, No, you're gonna sit right there, and you're gonna voice that out to me. Oh, but I don't know, I'm gonna work on it, then what Bloodsport vomit together? I'm here. Say it, you know, and it's really, really interesting.


Erica Nash 17:11

That is, I love that framework. That I mean, that is the cycle, right? That really is the cycle. And I wanted one thing, as you were talking that came to mind for me was when participants share wins, which is always a good thing, right? Like we always want people to celebrate themselves. But it can create that cycle for those students who are not experiencing wins, maybe at the level that are being shared, they want that they're not getting it, maybe they're not seeing their own wins with clear eyes. And it causes them to kind of get stuck in that same cycle. So that that is really fascinating. And I love that you, you you pointed out. And now this is the unstack. So I love that so much. So we've talked about it just a little bit, I really would love to dig in a little bit more to your philosophy around implementation over information. And, you know, I said before, like I really as a curriculum designer like that is that is my go to strategy, like, what do we get to cut away here? Because more than likely, there's going to be things in there that don't necessarily need to be in there. And so I yeah, let's like, let's just talk about that a little bit. How did you come to this? This idea of like, No, I don't want to stuff it full of bonuses. I want to keep it streamlined.


Rebeca Lima 18:46

Because I as a busy mom, my husband's also an entrepreneur, I have no support system. I also have an autoimmune condition that sometimes I'm in bed for days. So my business had to be simple. I could not handle any more information. He had to be implementation because that information timeline was keeping me from implementing because the more you know, there's the more you know, the less you know, right, there's more to know, you're never going to truly know something. I mean, you know, they say it takes 10,000 hours to become an expert in any kind of subject and I didn't need or already have 10,000 hours, what I needed was $10,000. Not hours, in order for me to start making money. I needed to go and talk to people so differently than again, most people you may circle. I went to business school, I was in business. I've been in business since I was 17 years old.


Rebeca Lima 19:38

So I really took like everything that I knew it that I stopped working. And I'm like how can I make this simple, efficient, and also building momentum? In everything that I do is super easy, like I call the Power Hour. It's just one hour to nurture, grow and sell your audience. And with that power hour, there is the mindset piece. So one hour a day, I'm growing my audience, I'm connecting with my audience. And I'm also doing a call to action posts or live one hour a day. And that's what I coach my clients on. Like, here is your business. Here's the structure. Now let's go talk to people. Now let's implement it. And we call them the three to one. And then the mindset piece, which is 123. And then there's a show up system, which is like, you're gonna love this as an educator, a five step system. So I have 123321, a five step system, so it's everything is now


Erica Nash 20:28

love it.


Rebeca Lima 20:31

And that's how it can, really out of necessity, what they say necessity is the mother of science. So it was really out of necessity, that I eliminated all the fluff. And I build momentum, because as much mindset that we do, mindset needs a strategy to be implemented. Otherwise, you get stuck in this mindset trap, right? I don't feel good, I'm not getting the results. Therefore, I must need some more mindset. But if you really never put mindset into action, you're not going to get the results. It's just as simple as that.


Erica Nash 21:01

Right? Yeah, that's totally right. I would love to revisit just really quickly, you mentioned that you have an autoimmune disease. And I find that fascinating, I also have autoimmune disease. And there are days when I just can't, and it that just is the way that it is. And so, you know, I've had to almost like sick proof my business way so that it continues to run, when on days when I'm feeling that way. And so as a as a course creator, what would you say are some of the things like, like, if you were going to give somebody that was, that was having issues were whether it was an autoimmune disease or not, where they were unable to be constantly available, which I would argue that nobody should be constantly available to their students. But I digress. If they were unable to, you know, maybe function in the way that they feel like they should be functioning, what what is the like, number one thing that you would recommend them to do as they either build out or remediate some of their course processes.


Rebeca Lima 22:20

So, first of all two things, right, the oxygen mask always goes on first. So if you're not well, like when I had sick days, they turned into sick weeks, because I never took the time to take the sick day.


Erica Nash 22:34

Oh, yes.


Rebeca Lima 22:38

And I've had seasons where he was sick months, you know, because one thing led to another, and the stressor led to something else. So that oxygen mask goes on first. And if you don't make the time for your health, you're gonna have to make the time for your sickness. Right? Playing is simple. So I would say that someone who has a course, you should say the expectation, and being transparent, because when people want to do business with the human, and say, Hey, guys, I know, dedicated 15 minutes to show up for you today. It's not happening, I'm taking care of myself. But leave your questions here as I feel like it or, you know, ask me anything, as I feel like it as I'm up to it. And I can come in history, you know, and I'll definitely if it's three days, if it's five days, it's you know, in our definitely, for me, I set prompts, because they all help each other. So I'm like, Okay, everybody, I'm out for the next three days, here's some prompts. What would you do about this? What would you do about that in let them help each other because there's a big difference between helping and enabling, in a fact that most people want to enable any, it's really going to take all of your energy is going to take your passion is going to suck the life out of you. And it's going to help anyone.


Erica Nash 23:52

That is, so that's such good advice, first of all, and like I said, you know, nobody should ever be fully available to all their students all the time, there should be boundaries in place, it'll be much easier to put boundaries in place in the beginning when you're setting up processes. But if that's not there, like you said, you know, being transparent with with your participants and just kind of letting them know like, what's going on, that things need to change. Most of the time, people are going to be okay with that. There may be people that are not okay with that. And we have to be okay with them not being okay with some of the choices that we make, if we were giving too much of ourselves to begin with, because like you said, the oxygen mask goes on first.


Rebeca Lima 24:41

I've had over 500 clients at this point. And I've been in business for five years and I've never had anyone say no, you cannot take a sick day. I actually had one call that was scheduled a long time and he was in the middle of a vacation. And she's like no your vacation. I don't want to talk to you. We're canceling the is call


Erica Nash 25:02

and how beautiful what amazing students that you have. I love it so much. And so as a result of this super streamlined super fluff free curriculum, can you give me an example of what kind of results your students are able to create because of it.


Rebeca Lima 25:20

So I need to talk to you about one specific example. She isn't the biggest transformation I've had. But she has been definitely the most powerful, she was a mom of five. And she didn't have money to, to pay her top car tags. And she was burned out from all the other things she had invested in, in actually one of her friends, paying the membership for her. She's like, I'm paying this for you, and you're gonna show up and you pay me back as you make money. So she was like, pushed against, you know, the cliff here. Within four weeks, she had her first 10k month, wow, she not only paid her friend back, but when we have a six figure society guarantee, so when it was time for them to rollover, they both wanted to do in different was now going through a divorce and didn't think that she was going to do it. So now she paid it forward for her friends and have parents paid for her to review the membership. And he was like, it was like, I'm being a mom and seeing your kids doing amazing things for each other, you know,


Erica Nash 26:24

that gave me chills, that's so beautiful. I mean, what a testament to what you've built, and what you've put together, and how you've empowered these women to move forward and create incredible results that truly change their lives. And we talked about this earlier. And education really does change lives. And that's the entire reason I do what I do. Because when people are fully invested in their own education, whether it is public education, private education, online courses, watching YouTube, whatever, like the potential is there for their life to be changed. And it's such a beautiful thing. Like what a what an incredible way that we get to be just a small part of other people's stories. I just, I am obsessed. I love it.


Rebeca Lima 27:17

Thank you. Thank you. As a one, I know that you're a one too, that having that validation feels amazing, right? Like just having the validation that use tapping to someone's life and they can remember their life before and after you and it's such an amazing feeling.


Erica Nash 27:33

For sure, for sure. So switching gears just a little bit, what is one of the greatest challenges you've had to overcome while running six figure society?


Rebeca Lima 27:45

one of the greatest challenges was truly working on heavy in Evergreen programs that was still fluff free, would honor people exactly where they were. And giving everybody this space, but also not allowing those boundaries to be crossed, has been the biggest challenge for me.


Erica Nash 28:11

Yeah. I love that you said that honoring people where they are. And I would agree that that is the biggest challenge, of course creation, especially when you're creating a program that has boundaries that you are determined to hold in an effort to create a sustainable program, right, that sustainability is that oxygen mask. And when that comes off, then that's when things start to go really crazy and have the potential to to get out of control. So I really, I love that you mentioned earlier that you your program has a guarantee. And I really just want to chat about this for a little bit. I have all of the questions. How did you decide what kind of guarantee to offer? Or how long have you offered it? How's it going? Like, just tell me all about the guarantee?


Rebeca Lima 29:10

So they guarantee came to me because I didn't really think it was fair for people to pay top dollars for content they've already paid me for. Okay, they pay me for this juicy content one time, they want to re enroll because they want to be part of the implementation. But they don't necessarily need the information that's there that was provided them at one point, right? So I was really wondering, like, how can I make it so it's an amazing offer for them. They stick around longer, right? They start really in finish the implementation of everything that happened and I really noticed certain things that they needed to do in order for me to offer so we offer 75% off which is an amazing Amazing deal for them to keep on going. And here's how you win, right? They've already pay me, they're not going to pay me so much. They're just paying for the community, but I win, because they become this six figure society OGs. And they help all the newcomers to, to, you know, come. So that way when I'm sick, when I'm low energy, when I need someone to fill in, for me, they are my go to they're like, you know, feeling their fillers, they know how roll, they've been around me for months at this point. So I went because I get all of this, oh, geez, all of this key players in place to help me keep the vision alive in they win. Because when they step up as an expert in, they will help welcome this other person, they answer the question, they feel more into that expertise, you know, they feel more like lighthouses they feel more like, Oh, I got this, right, which empowers them to go out in the world and say, I got this, I've done this before I can do it again. So those things were very simple, complete the training modules at 1015 calls, I mean, keep in mind, they stay with us for five months. So I just said in 15 calls, do 90 days of the Power Hour, which is, you know, are 123 and how you do your mindset, which takes one hour a day, and they have to create a loom for me of their signature offer. And if they do just those four things, they get 75% off the next enrollment.


Erica Nash 31:27

That is amazing. Do you find that the majority of students take advantage of that?


Rebeca Lima 31:33

Yes, I do find that the majority of students take advantage of this. And not only that, they get like amazing results when they do it. Because now we eliminated the whole membership portal, they don't even need to go in there, they've already got it, and now is truly about implementation.


Erica Nash 31:53

And I love that, you know, I'm assuming they're still getting access to all the same things the the community and the calls and you and the content and everything. And so you know, they no longer have to, I don't know if worry is the right word, but worry about like leaving this community that they've bonded with and and developed relationships with and really probably been very vulnerable with, which is challenging to leave.


Rebeca Lima 32:19

And, you know, what I also see is that not only that but now they have a coach that knows them.


Erica Nash 32:27

Yeah. And that's so valuable in and of itself, right?


Rebeca Lima 32:31

Yes, they know their business for months on, they handle their challenges. I know their personality types, they don't want to leave and start something new, you know, because they feel so taken care of, and empowered, in helped in AI enabled. And they just say we have a retainer, I have people who have stayed for years. So four or five roles, like the wing role four or five times into six figures society.


Erica Nash 32:56

Oh, my goodness, that's, that's amazing. It goes back to what you were talking about, with, you know, having a coach that, like knows you and knows all of like the ins and outs of your business and your personality and all that stuff. It reminds me of like, having to establish care with a new doctor. Especially as somebody with like a complicated health history, it is so exhausting. And if you've if somebody has been with you for four or five years, oh my goodness, can you imagine having to go somewhere else and go through that entire process all over again, it would be just as exhausting.


Rebeca Lima 33:36

It really is exhausting. And the cool thing about six figure society is that a lot of times they feel like they have outgrown it, you know, when they do feel like they've outgrown and then they become private clients.


Erica Nash 33:46

Amazing. I love that you have that offer. Would you recommend that other course creators implement a guarantee for their programs?


Rebeca Lima 33:56

Most definitely. Because the people who are sitting on the fence, they are definitely more likely to jump in if there is a guarantee of their work. So I'll definitely recommend it's good for the course creator. It's also amazing for the community it just offers is actually of credibility, because let's be honest, we are selling something that there is some type of intangible. You know, it's really intangible reselling, because at the end of the day, we're always telling you hope, right? hope for a better marriage hope for clients hope for a happy hope, hope for more time, so we're all selling hope. And this adds a layer of tangibility to your product for sure.


Erica Nash 34:36

And I really love that most of the time, right, You see guarantees, it's like a money back guarantee. I love that you have approached it in a different way. And it's not necess it's I mean, I guess in some ways it kind of maybe could be a money back guarantee, but you're not necessarily pulling out of your pocket and being like, you know, here's money back or whatever after they've already paid. It's like if you would like to do Here's, here's this great, here's a great way to access this not at the same price that you would have had to access it before. So I love that you've kind of flipped it on its head, I would ask, are there any caveats to offering a guarantee like this, that you would just kind of warn people to like, be careful of or watch out for if they do decide to create a guarantee.


Rebeca Lima 35:28

I think just being cognizant of the people in your world are now staying in their comfort zone, because when people you know, world for a long time, you just need to be comfortable with them, right? That's just human nature. So making sure that you're looking at your blind spots that you're still coaching them face to challenge in them. And they're not just one more body in the room. And that will be the caveat that I that it could it hasn't happened to us, but I could see happening.


Erica Nash 35:53

Okay. Okay, good advice. So I have one last question that I love to ask first creators that come on here. If you could go back and chat with course creator Rebecca from a year ago. What advice would you give her about? course creation and this journey that you're on right now?


Rebeca Lima 36:13

Well, I will tell her to stop looking horizontally and look vertically because as she stand as a lighthouse, she gives other women subconscious permission to do the same.


Erica Nash 36:24

That is such beautiful advice. Oh my goodness, I love it so much. This has been incredible. Thank you, again, so much for coming on here and sharing your wisdom with us. And just I know I'm not sharing this video, so people aren't necessarily seeing your face. But Rebecca smiled the entire time you guys she was just so thrilled to be talking about this. And I can I get so see like just how much you love, like what you do and and you the people in your world. So thank you for sharing that with us. I can absolutely tell that you're like this lighthouse, and you light up everyone around you. And it's just amazing. So if people are interested in just being in your world, finding you on social media or working with your whatever, please share with people where they can find you.


Rebeca Lima 37:13

Sure, so you can find me on Instagram at Rebeca Lima. And it's Rebeca with one see that coach. And then also in my Facebook group, which Erica, you might love this name. It's called the half ass hustler hang out. So come join me in a half ass hangout. So we can talk about business, we can talk about how you can have fancy business all the way to six, multi six, and even seven figures.


Erica Nash 37:39

Amazing. I will definitely include all the links in the show notes. But otherwise, thank you again. This was amazing. Thank you. Well, I hope today's episode brought a little clarity and community to your next level course journey. If you enjoyed listening, please consider subscribing and leaving a review. And if you'd like to connect, be sure to find me over on Instagram at Erica Nash design or on my website at Erica nash.com I would love to hear from you. Alright, you guys go forth, educate and change lives. I'll see you next time.


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