This is one of our virtual co-working workrooms. Really useful for Body Doubling techniques for getting work done.

Why We Ended Monthly Payment Plans For our Small Business Community

Marissa Loewen

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We are passionate about Nourishing the Risktakers

We built Create the Rules Business Accelerator around the simple idea of Nourishing the Risktakers.

How can we move from a society where we don’t appreciate the incredible risk, hardship and commitment that goes into building a business to one where we invest in the change makers and culture creators doing very cool things in the world?

We looked at how we can create a live, interactive virtual community of support with a tangible impact in the business owners life.

What this meant was observing how we go through creation, testing, implementation, launches, reformation, selling, marketing, disappointment, celebrations, grieving, frustrations, jealousy, exhaustion, jubilation, transformation and all of the elements in between.

Could we build a community that recognizes and acknowledges the diverse paths we run on to building a business while supporting the elements we share at their core?

What we forgot to do is recognize the value that the community as a business holds.

And that’s where we created the idea that whether you come in the community once a day, or once a year — your payment, your investment, your commitment, your participation here — IS worth it.

Why We Don’t Have Monthly Payments

We originally had a monthly access price point in the Business Accelerator — but we realized quickly that the monthly payments didn’t capture the worth of the incredible value in the Accelerator. We take this very seriously — whether you come in once a year, once a month, once a week or every day — your payment is worth it. We match what you bring into the community — your need for support is matched in the workroom and the private community.

Your participation, your investment, your commitment is always worth it.

I think there are lot of really bad online courses, group programs and communities out there and some are just really bad investments. But from the ones I have taken I have learned what I don’t WANT to do in mine so I don’t say they were all completely bad.

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Marissa Loewen

Business Strategist, Community Enthusiast, Idea Catalyst & lover of BIG bold questions, the answers & the spaces in between. www.createtherules.com