We have two tracks in the program: the MVP (Minimum Viable Product) Track, which is the very minimum curriculum that you need to achieve Mission Accomplished -- no more, no less -- and the Supercharge Track, which is for you if you have more experience and more time to dedicate to EPM.
If you only focus on the MVP Track, you can do EPM in 7-10 hours a week, or about an hour every single day. But it also depends on what kind of product you choose to create.
If you take our advice and iterate your way to awesome and earn while you learn, focus on a beta or pilot version of your product and do a 1:1 or 1:Few product, you can keep it super simple. You’ll finish your product, get it out and making money without a massive time investment.
If you choose to create a really big product, a 1:Many product (like Experience Product Masterclass) and do a major marketing campaign, then it’ll take more time. But this isn’t time spent learning; this is time spent building your business, creating products and marketing... all the things that you’d do even if you are not in EPM. Even so, with the help of EMP, you’ll actually save time doing it because you’ll know exactly what to do and what not to do.
If you’re an overachiever, we have the Supercharge Track, where you can do extra bonus trainings, optional trainings and other actions so you can really knock it out of the park with your Experience Product. But those trainings aren’t necessary.
We also give you additional support with Weekly Coaching Pod Calls with your dedicated Experience Product Success coach.
We’ve had students who decided to go all in and said, “You know what? It’s just 12 weeks. I can go all-in for 12 weeks.” And they worked 40-60 hours a week on EPM and their product, and many of them made tens of thousands of dollars.
Like our students Devina and Gail Detrick.
They went all-in and worked nonstop during EPM. At the time it was just an 8-week program, and they made $64,000 during those 8 weeks. Then they made $40,000 in the next few weeks, and within $270,000 within a few months. They realized that if they focused on building their product and business full-time during EPM, with our support they would be building an asset they could profit from years to come.
It’s your choice whether you’ll do the minimum and spend 7-10 hours a week on EPM, or whether you want to go all-in. Whichever choice you make, I promise you that we’ll show you step-by-step how to hit Mission Accomplished.
Regardless of the time you have to spend, you can make it work for you.