So you’ve probably heard about the Genius Blogger’s Toolkit from no fewer than 50 of your favorite blogging friends, ? but you may be wondering, what’s all the hype about?
I have to tell you, at first glance, hearing that you’ll get over $5,000 worth of business courses and tools for just $97 sounds like a complete scam, because in this day and age, if something sounds too good to be true, it usually is!
This, however, is not that. The Genius Blogger’s Toolkit is an incredible deal, and I’ll break it all down for you below.
Disclosure: I use affiliate links in this post, which means, at no additional cost to you, I may earn a commission if you decide to make a purchase. I only recommend products I personally use and love.
How it Works
The reason you can get so many different eBooks and courses for such a low price is two-fold:
- Contributors get a high commission rate on their affiliate sales (70%), and it elevates the status of their product to be able to say, “hey you can get my great thing AND all these other amazing things for basically the same price you would have paid for just my ONE thing.” It’s like adding 76 amazing bonuses to your course or eBook launch, essentially.
Tangible Example: My Craft your Brilliant Webinar Course, which costs $97 all on its own, is included in the Toolkit.
It’s a NO-BRAINER for me to say yes to this, because now people can get my course and 76 other business-building tools for the same price. Sure, I’m basically shaving off 30% of my commission to be part of the bundle, but I’m also majorly elevating the status and value of my product, and appealing to a much wider range of business owners because of all the different topics covered in the Toolkit.
2. The folks at Ultimate Bundles get to sell an incredibly valuable product for a limited time, and shave a whole lotta commissions off the top for all of their hard work in reviewing the resources, putting the bundle together, giving us fabulous marketing training, creating great freebies and webinars, delivering great customer service, and more.
I love the people at Ultimate Bundles. They’re right up there with the folks at ConvertKit for me in terms of kindness, responsiveness, and brilliantness (yep, that’s a thing! oh wait…. Someone is telling me brilliance is the right word…. Nahh I don’t think so!)
Ok all that to say, the folks at Ultimate Bundles play an enormous role in making the bundle sale a success, and so they get to keep 30% of the contributors’ sales earnings (we get the other 70% of the sale) and 60% of a regular affiliate’s sales earnings (someone who wants to promote the bundle but doesn’t have one of their own products included in it).
Bundle sales are always for a very short time period. (This one lasts from October 10th – October 15th) which is great because we contributors have a specific time window when we’re promoting this steal of a deal, and then the rest of the year we can go back to promoting our products on their own, and you know, serving our people and good stuff like that.
So these two reasons are why bundle sales work and aren’t scams full of worthless junk. They’re actually full of real products that smart bloggers created all on their own, and the folks at Ultimate Bundles just discovered and featured them..
The Real Benefit to You
Since my Craft your Brilliant Webinar Course is part of the Toolkit this year, I’ve had the chance to get early access and personally review all the resources inside.
To date, I’ve personally reviewed over 40 of the 77 resources inside the bundle. By review, I mean that I’ve consumed many of the resources in full. I read every word and watched every video.
And for others, I consumed about 50% of the content to make sure I had an excellent sense for what was included and the quality. (Hubby is off work this month… don’t judge me for for being a learning hermit! I’m typing this from my bed as we speak… where I’ve been holed up for a few weeks. What does the sun look like again? ?)
Will you be able to get through half of the bundle in a couple weeks’ time? No. No you won’t. But if you’re clear on your blogging goals for the next several months, you can absolutely consume several brilliant resources that will help you reach your goals much faster.
That, to me, was the key to this Toolkit: Help you reach your goals much faster.
Think of me as your personal tour guide for the Toolkit. I’ll steer you in the right direction depending on where you’re at in your blogging journey, and I’ll highlight my favorite resources to help you reach your goals much faster.
Who has the Time?
If you’re sitting on five courses already, and you don’t have a spare minute to get to those, now might not be the right time to purchase the Genius Blogger’s Toolkit.
But I want to encourage you to make education a consistent part of your online business growth. It’s necessary. It should be a priority.
So if you’re overwhelmed reading this right now, here’s what I want you to do:
Stop everything. Take a breather.
Almost all of those “I have to’s” and “I should do’s” can wait.
When I’m seriously spiraling, I take an entire day off. I go somewhere new, play with my boys, spend time with a friend. I completely separate from all of those have-to-do’s for a day.
And I always come back feeling so refreshed, with new insights, and way less stress.
Then, I start over again. I pick my top priorities for my life and my business, and I figure out how I can focus on those.
I recently went through Stephanie Dyke’s No More Frantic Workbook (it’s part of the bundle) and found it was a great way to reboot my life and time priorities.
If time management has been a years-long struggle for you, I recommend you get yourself a workbook that helps you to figure out where your time is going, where you want it to go, and how to make a plan to get there.
Stephanie has a really neat method of organizing our different tasks and making sure the important things fit, and her “At Least 3 Principle” fits really well with the way I make sure I have a little balance and actually enjoy my life!
So start there, friend. What are your top priorities for your blog this year? Do you currently have the resources you need to get there, or are the current courses you’re sitting on no longer relevant?
Abby Lawson has an entire blog binder waiting for you inside the Toolkit, and it includes goal-setting pages, figuring out your ideal reader, planning out posts and social media, tracking stats, sponsored content, and… I could go on. It’s 100 pages of planning goodness so you can organize your blog all in one place.
I’ve seen a lot of blogging binders, and Abby’s is very thorough.
My other favorite productivity resource from the Toolkit was Haylee Galloway’s Business Brilliance Bootcamp. At first glance, all the lessons will overwhelm you (there’s one for each day!) but once you get in there, you’ll realize you can get through each lesson AND take action on it, in about 15-20 minutes.
If you feel like your business is bleeding money, you’re working way too hard for way too little, and you feel a bit frantic, Haylee’s 30-day course will be the right fit for you. And although I was personally disappointed that it wasn’t video-based, I think the busiest among us will appreciate that you can read through the text lessons quickly, grab your checklist, and get to work.
Some of the productivity resources weren’t my favorites. The courses felt too vague, and one was actually a SUPER interesting funnels course, but to me it didn’t fit the productivity category at all, and it’s definitely designed for a more advanced business owner.
The three resources below are my favorites to help you organize your time.
I Need to Grow My Traffic, Like… Now!
You’ve made the time to get started on your blog, you’ve written some great posts, but you’d really love to have a few more friends hanging out on your site! (Yep, me too We can always have more friends, right?! 🙂
My very favorite resource in the Toolkit for building your traffic is the Tribes for Traffic eBook by Jen Koellmann. Pinterest has changed so much in the last couple of years, and most of us have noticed that traffic from Group Boards is way down.
Jenn dug into Tailwind Tribes this past year (with her brand new blog) and grew her website pageviews to over 45,000/month by month 3. Her eBook is so incredibly helpful, with formulas for figuring out which tribes are most effective, how to find the best ones, and a whole list of her recommendations.
I found Jen’s book to be easy to consume, easy to follow with screenshots, and in my opinion, the NEXT BIG THING with Pinterest. It’s the very first resource I’m taking action on from the Toolkit.
If you’re brand new to Pinterest and need some tips on setting up your boards and things, I recommend combining Pinterest for Bloggers and Business by LeAnn Fox, and Pinning for Profit by Jennifer Dawn.
They both go beyond the basics too, but many of the other Pinterest resources don’t necessarily start at the very beginning, and these two do a bit better job of that.
I also loved the quick and dirty (and unique!) Pinterest strategy that Chelsea Clarke reveals in her MicroInfluencer Handbook. It did raise a few questions for me, and I’m going to ask my go-to Pinterest expert if one aspect of Chelsea’s strategy is kosher. But it’s definitely interesting and creative!
For more next-level Pinterest strategy, I’m eager to try Kimi Kinsey’s hashtag database. She breaks down exactly how many pins there are for hashtags in each niche, and she shared a tidbit about hashtags on Pinterest that I didn’t have a clue about — excited to give my traffic a jumpstart with this.
One note here: She didn’t include any traffic results to share from using hashtags. That’s not to say she didn’t get any, but I love a good metric to really analyze whether a strategy is effective.
So while I think her database is the perfect place get started using hashtags without spending all my time on it, I’m still skeptical about how much traffic they’ll actually drive.
Finally, this course is a must for anyone who’s ready to automate their Pinterest strategy, but isn’t sure exactly how: Tailwind Pinterest Scheduler by Anastasia Gutnikova. This was the most practical of all the Pinterest resources, with how-to videos showing me exactly how to set up Tailwind to work its Pinterest magic.
Anastasia shares all sorts of quick tips and gives her own insights on how often to pin, and more. She does have an adorable Russian accent, but because you’re taking things slow and learning technical tasks that require you to take action as you go, it wasn’t hard for me to follow.
This course is best taken with your Tailwind open, browser extension added, and ready to take action. The video lessons are meaty but easy to consume in under-10-minute chunks.
Pro Tip: If you’re brand new to Tailwind, you get access to a 3-month free trial as one of the Toolkit bonuses. #winning (does anyone say that anymore? Ahh, who cares, I do!)
If it seems like I’m mentioning a bazillion Pinterest resources, I am, because most of the women bloggers I know and see online are getting the majority of their free traffic from Pinterest. It’s an incredible platform, and you owe it to yourself to dig in.
Each Pinterest resource approaches things from a slightly different angle and brings different strengths to the table, so I don’t think it’s overkill to have them all in the bundle. Every new brilliant tactic you pick up can pay off. I’m personally committed to trying them all this year!
My biggest disappointment with a lot of the Pinterest courses in the bundle is that many were full of text-based lessons. When I hear the word course, I think video. I like video because then I can learn while I cook dinner or fold laundry.
I absolutely get the benefit of text — it’s much faster to consume, but I felt like although the strategies and big ideas were good, many of these courses could have benefited from more videos and way more visuals. (The two exceptions are the Tribes to Traffic eBook (lots of visuals for an eBook) and the Tailwind video course.)
And overall, I didn’t feel like any of the Pinterest resources were the be-all-end-all-only-Pinterest-Course-you’ll-ever-need type of thing, but when you combine them all together, you end up with more insider tips and strategies than you’d ever get from purchasing even the very best premium, standalone course. #winningagain
There’s nothing worse than purchasing a premium product from someone only to discover you can’t stand their speaking style, or their writing, or the way things are organized, or all of the above! This is a hidden benefit of the Toolkit. If you don’t like learning from one person, you’ve got 70+ more choices without being out more cash.
Finally, if your Pinterest game is totally squared away (except seriously…. You’re going to pick up some new tactics in these resources… can you really have too much traffic? ?) I really enjoyed The Profitable Genius + Facebook Ads course by Aja McClanahan.
You’ll see behind the scenes of a smart little tripwire funnel, and then get a nice introduction on how to use Facebook ads to send the right traffic to your lead magnet. This course IS video based – hooray!
My only critique: There are a few pauses and ums and glitches on the videos that I wish were edited out. But I totally get it — shelling out for an editor is not everyone’s idea of fun!
I’ve Got this Blog…Now I’m Ready to Make Money!
You’re crushing it with your traffic…. #jealous… which means you have lots of opportunities to monetize your blog. Oh girl, let me tell ya, there are lots of resources in the Toolkit to help you do just that.
I think overall, the monetization section of the Toolkit contains the strongest resources. It has some of the most polished video courses in the Toolkit, and there are a wide variety of brilliant strategies to help you increase your income.
Oh, and one thing I want to point out: I’m not organizing these resources in the same way the Ultimate Bundles people do. I personally think some of the resources are categorized in the wrong place, and others aren’t getting their fair due as brilliant money-making courses.
So… keep that in mind if you head over to the Toolkit page, and half of the courses I mention here aren’t being featured in the monetization section 🙂 (You and I both know where they belong!)
Ok, are you ready…. Take a deep breath, because I’m about to share several different ways to increase your income with the Toolkit. This can feel overwhelming, OR you can choose from my different categories and start with the ONE monetization strategy you want to work on first, and go from there.
The reason this section has so many resources featured is because I felt each of these resources really DESERVED to be featured. I didn’t feel right leaving out the great content on earning sponsored post gigs, for example, just because I also mentioned great content on product creation, email marketing, and affiliate sales.
First up, affiliate sales. This is a GREAT next step if you’re getting respectable traffic. You don’t have to spend lots of time creating your own product, you can test the waters with other people’s products that you use and love.
What I loved: Carly is super no-nonsense and non-hype. She’s not teaching you how to make 1 trillion dollars on affiliate sales, but she WILL teach you how to make a grand or two extra even if you blog about something outside of the biz niche.
Carly’s course is mostly text-based, but there are a few really helpful videos sprinkled throughout. It’s a lot of content, and Carly is super transparent which I always love. You’ll see her actual income figures, and an actual email sequence she used to generate over $5k in affiliate sales from one promotion.
Carly’s a smart cookie, and I’ve enjoyed learning from her. Finishing this course tops my list after I implement all the new Pinterest strategies I’ve learned 🙂
Candis Hidalgo’s Little Black Book is the perfect complement to Carly’s course. She tells you all about the different affiliate programs and products you can promote in every single blogging niche. It was nice to see which premium courses she recommended in the parenting niche and fitness niche, for example. If you’re new to blogging, I know you’ll find this super helpful. #nomoregoogling
Next up, email marketing. Never sexy, always necessary and effective! (Even with as much as I love Facebook Ads, I earn way more from sending emails than any other marketing strategy. It’s not even a competition. Email is like the little tortoise that you completely underestimate… but he wins every time.)
There are two standout email marketing courses inside the Toolkit. Both video-based – YEsssss!
Ruth Soukup’s Irresistible Email Course has insanely high-quality videos, and Ruth is so kind and smart – she’s always fun to learn from. If you’re completely new to email marketing, and aren’t yet convinced that you should really build your list, you’ll love learning from Ruth.
However, if you’ve been using email to build your business for a while, I’d skip this one. Again, the videos were fun to watch and engaging, but I didn’t feel like I learned anything new. I think Ruth’s target student is at a different place than I am, and that’s cool!
Pro Tip: The Bonus Facebook Ads Training at the bottom of Ruth’s course is FAB! It’s an hour of Ruth taking you behind the scenes and showing you how to use ads manager, with her strategies sprinkled in. This section should get top priority for any experienced blogger who hasn’t yet given Facebook ads a try.
Jennifer Roskamp’s Email Growth and Marketing Bootcamp. Don’t let the cover art fool you – this course is VERY comprehensive, and Jennifer uses a pretty unique email marketing strategy. Since signing up for her course a few weeks ago through the bundle, I’ve been a recipient of many of her emails, and… goshdarnit I can’t help but open so many of them!
Jennifer has built her list to over 11,000 subscribers (these are very warm subscribers as you’ll discover in the course!) in just a year’s time, all for free, by using the right opt-ins on her site. She’ll share with you exactly which opt-ins convert best, after creating over 30 of her own. (!! Guys, I have a team and I don’t have 30 opt-ins… impressed!)
A side note here: After purchasing more than 50 individual courses and resources from a wide variety of influencers, I often find that bigger names produce courses that are easier to follow and more enjoyable to consume because their videos are more edited and they use teleprompters, and great lighting.
But at the same time, there are a lot of much smaller names who hustle like crazy to make sure they put everything they possibly can into their courses. They dig really deep, and I love that.
Pro tip: If you know nothing about a topic and want a higher-level view, pick the course from the bigger name. If you’re ready to dig crazy deep and be lost in a topic for weeks or months, and get all the nitty gritty tactics and how-to’s you need, pick the course from the unknown person 🙂
On the other hand, there are newbies who have no business teaching at all with junk or fluff products. My pro tip here is that if someone doesn’t share their actual stats with you on their landing pages – their REAL results on whatever it is they’re teaching, give it a hard pass.
Lol. Bet you didn’t realize you were going to get so much random “free advice” in this post! #yourewelcome #ohyoudidntsaythankyou? #yourewelcomeanyways
Ok next up, you’re going to be able to take your email conversions to the next level once you have products of your own to sell. There are so many possibilities here, but there are a few resources from the Toolkit that’ll make your life a lot easier.
I went through nearly every video of Laura Smith’s How to Create your Own Printables Course. (I even told myself not to! I have a person on my TEAM who makes my printables for goodness’ sake! – Thanks Carlee!) But I was a bit mesmerized learning all sorts of excel tricks from Laura.
I didn’t even know you could use excel to create a gorgeous Printable from scratch. It was really neat to see this in action. Laura’s videos are short and sweet but show you exactly how to create and format and beautify your printables.
I put Laura’s course in the make-money category because you can create and sell printables. (Laura makes a full-time income doing this herself!) You can also use printables and worksheets to gain a lot more email subscribers, and like I already mentioned, email subscribers are a great way to make sales.
If you’d like to create an eBook, you’ll enjoy Beth Brombosz’s Blogger to Author resource. She’ll show you how to craft your outline, get writing, and even format that book. Kara Fidd’s editable Canva Template Bundle is the perfect companion to this, because she has an eBook template you can use, and it comes with a video tutorial so you can customize it. She’s got a planner template too – which is so helpful!
The one product-making resource I didn’t see inside the Toolkit that I expected to was a tutorial on how to create an online course. Courses are all the rage these days, I kind of expected to see that.
The compromise… in my Craft your Brilliant Webinar course, you’ll learn how to create a great presentation using Google Slides, and I give you some beautiful slide templates too.
You can take the advice you learn in my course on crafting a great presentation, then you just need to go find some screen-recording software you like, and you’re all set. Voila, you now have a course!
Pro Tip: Find someone on Upwork to edit your course videos for you, and get in the habit of repeating your lines over again if you say umm or stumble too much. The finished, edited product will be so much easier for your students to follow!
Next up if you have the spare cash, hire a transcription service like Rev to transcribe all of your videos for you. Some students love learning through writing, and it’s always a great reference when someone just needs to find something really quickly later.
Finally, my eyes were opened to the possibilities with sponsored content. I loved Jessie Festa’s video course on How to Work with Brands and Make Money. Jessie is a travel blogger by trade, so she teaches a lot about press trips (they sound super fun!) but she also covers creating a media kit and pitching sponsors in depth.
I learned how to turn a $1500 sponsor opportunity into a $5000 one with Jessie’s brilliant way of pitching and communicating with her sponsors.
Bloggers and Brands by Shannon Acheson is a great companion eBook to Jessie’s video course. She includes lots of different formulas for how to calculate your rates, scripts for reaching out and following up with brands, and overall it’s very obvious that Shannon is a kind, thoughtful person. (You need someone like this teaching you how to work with big companies, not a pushy weirdo, amiright?)
I’m Struggling with Visuals. How do I Make Everything About My Blog Feel Profesh?
1.) You need great stock photos. (This is a lot faster than improving your photography – that’ll come later!) There are over 100 gorgeous stock photos included inside the Toolkit – 3 collections from Elle Drouin and 5 collections from Elley Charles.
There are pretty pink desks, and black and white desks, and dark and moody lifestyle shots, and fall styled shots, and… you’ll love them. I’m a stock photo hoarder, and I’d probably buy the bundle just for these.
2.) You need to turn those photos into something magical. The Editing Bundle: Learn Photoshop and Lightroom by Stacie Vaughn and Randa Derkson was one of the stand-out, super helpful video courses I found in the Toolkit.
I’ve always been completely intimidated by Photoshop, but these ladies broke it down into bite-sized little tutorials so I could learn just what I needed to, and they showed me exactly what to do on the screen. This one’s a gem.
3.) You need a beautiful blog. Menucha Citron Ceder has an extensive eBook on just this topic. Learn how to create a logo, header, make your site more reader-friendly, and more.
I found that my style is completely different from Menucha’s, and sometimes it’s difficult to learn design from someone who’s aesthetic doesn’t match yours, but the Pinterest content alone was great (see below) and Menucha knows her stuff.
Note for all my Pinterest friends: Menucha’s eBook contains 18 pages and 21 real-life, visual pin examples to show you what works and what doesn’t. Seriously, hit up pages 71-89 of Menucha’s eBook for way more detailed pin image examples and instruction than what I found in any of the Pinterest resources. (Not a slam… they had loads of other helpful stuff, just a fact)
4.) You DO eventually need to improve your photography. Plus, it’s nice to get photos of your kiddos that don’t look like you all live in a cave 🙂 Jessica Cramer’s eBook, Blog Photography, Learning through the Lens is very meaty. She’s a really matter-of-fact writer and covers a lot of ground with each sentence.
Jessica covers Lighting, Composition, Gear, Food Photography, Interior Design Photography, and Product Photography, in addition to editing techniques.
As a total noob at photography, I feel like I can pick up Jessica’s book and get started pretty quickly without being paralyzed by overwhelm.
Bonus: Jessica didn’t include ANY affiliate links or upsells to other products in this eBook. This made me love her even more.
I’m NOT Blogging, No Way, No How!
For someone who’s not a blogger, you sure just read through a whole lotta “how to blog” content ?) Kidding! Couldn’t help myself! But clearly you ARE interested in an online gig, or you wouldn’t be reading, right?
There are several fab resources inside the Toolkit for you.
- I love that it’s a couple teaching you together.
- Their course videos are high-quality (I mean they’re YouTubers right?)
- Just hearing their story in video 1 was inspiring! They’re earning $2,000-$4,000/month just in ad revenue on their channel, and a year ago they were only making a few hundred dollars a month. #goingplaces
- You’ll walk away from the course knowing exactly how to set up your YouTube channel the right way, create your cover art, use high-tech video gear, and basically, be rockin’ and rollin’ with your channel. Many of Tasha and Joseph’s tips carry over to someone wanting to be better at Facebook Live or other video platforms too.
There are two resources on Facebook Live that you need to check out as well: The Facebook Live Strategies Masterclass by Crystal Paine, and Rock your Live by Abby Rike Rockenbaugh.
I watched 80% of Crystal’s course, and it’s very good. It’s a super long video where she shares all her best practices on using Facebook Live. There’s also a workbook where you can take notes and fill in the blanks.
It’s nice learning quality video tips from a pro, but here’s where I was thrown off just a bit: When I hear the word “strategy” I think “conversions and sales and marketing” and this really wasn’t that.
Crystal’s class is perfect for beginning Facebook Live users. If you’re so goshdarn nervous you just can’t push that Live button, Crystal will teach you how to produce a top notch Live from day 1, and that’ll make you loads more confident.
You’ll be way more prepared to go live after Crystal’s class. You just won’t walk away with insider affiliate and launch sales strategies that Crystal uses during a Facebook Live, for example.
I’m spoiled sometimes and forget that other people’s ideal customer isn’t always in the same place as me! (Wow, epiphany, the world doesn’t revolve around me! ha!)
Next up, Abby Rike Rockenbaugh’s workbook: There were some juicy little tidbits in this workbook, and I learned 4 different types of lives that I could plan for and how to structure them, but it’s definitely not a meaty, fleshed out complete eBook.
I also didn’t love the link at the very beginning to opt-in for a video training. I wish that was just a straight link. However, it’s a great next step after Crystal’s class, and personally I love Abby and think she’s fabulous! (I’m already questioning whether I should keep this bit up on the blog. I don’t like being critical of others, but I also promised you, my reader, honesty!)
There’s a little eBook in the Toolkit that’s pretty enticing for someone who wants a quick win but isn’t interested in setting up their own website just yet. It’s called Paid to Pin by Coco Dale. Coco teaches you how to set up pins that earn you affiliate revenue, without needing to have your own blog to do it.
It’s a clever little strategy, and Coco goes through the legalities of using affiliate links on Pinterest as well, so she’s not teaching you spammy stuff.
However, affiliate pins are bringing Coco a couple hundred dollars a month in revenue. They’re not paying the mortgage. Again, it’s a quick-win, just-get-started kind of strategy that could help you get your feet wet, but I also just want to caution you to not be spammy with this strategy.
I could see eager newbies getting the wrong idea and becoming Pinterest spammers. I think if you follow Coco’s advice you’ll be just fine.
Finally, Jessie’s course on working with brands and Chelsea’s Microinfluencer course fit in here too, because both show you how to make money just through your Instagram posts and platforms as well.
I DO think it’s possible to start making money online without your own website. You can take any of the courses mentioned above and get a great start, but you’ll take your business to the next level once you have your own website so you can really show off all your work, gain email subscribers, and create even more income opportunities for yourself.
Oh my goodness! You just read through 16 pages of all my thoughts on this Toolkit, and believe it or not, I feel like I could keep going!
I tried to feature some of my very favorite resources from the bundle, while keeping it real with my reviews, but if there’s a specific resource from the Toolkit that you’re really interested in and didn’t see mentioned here, just comment below or drop me a line: firstname.lastname@example.org I’d love to give you my thoughts. (Umm…clearly! I just gave you 16 pages of them!)
I know how discouraging it can be to purchase a resource that you truly believe will help you to grow your business, only to feel let down and underwhelmed. That’s why I’m committed to giving you as much information about the Genius Blogger’s Toolkit as I possibly can.
I want this to be a decision you'll feel good about all year, if you choose to purchase.
How Long do I Have Access?
Since I just mentioned using the Toolkit all year, let me clear up how long you'll have access to the resources inside.
When you purchase, you'll be taken to a dashboard that lists out every resource and gives you instructions for obtaining them for free, or oftentimes you can download right away if it's an eBook. They have Mobi, ePub, and PDF formats for just about every eBook in the Toolkit.
You have an entire year to get into the dashboard and access your resources and bonuses, but once you've downloaded them or gotten access inside a particular course, that content is yours forever.
A Major Benefit of the Toolkit that No One is Mentioning
While I don’t think every resource in the Toolkit is “worth” the sticker price, I think many of them are, and many are underpriced!
If there are a handful of resources that caught your eye that you know would help you this year, then the Toolkit is worth it for you, and my sincere hope is that you’ll snatch it up and then put your blinders on and get to work.
That’s an enormous benefit of the Toolkit that no one mentions: You can put blinders on for the rest of the year.
Ignore all those sales and marketing emails. Stop watching Facebook Lives. Get the heck out of those Facebook groups. Just put your head down and get to work with the Toolkit as your guide, and I think you’ll be amazed at what you accomplish over the next year. I think your mental health will be in a much better place too!
Ok friend, what other questions do you have about the Toolkit? I’m committed to being your tour guide for the week, and I want to make sure you get all the information you need to make the right decision.
As for me, I’m headed back into the Toolkit… there’s a Pinterest training calling my name ?
Now it’s your turn to head out there and Be Brilliant!
– Beth Anne