The Systems Over Stress blog shows you to use Airtable & automations to scale your 6 & 7-figure group program or mastermind and improve your student experience.
The best curriculum not only gets our coaching clients a specific program promise, but it also helps them get that result as streamlined and quickly as it can.
When Nick Wolny, an editorial consultant, built his Airtable Base for his program, Camp Wordsmith, and began tracking client progress, it became clear he needed to streamline the curriculum to help clients achieve the program promise faster.
Now Nick knows with 100% confidence that his clients will achieve the program promise of producing and broadcasting written content consistently within their first quarter of joining.
In this episode, Nick shares the changes he made to refine his path to the program promise, how he has automated nearly every part of his program to run without him, and how his client and sales data has helped shape nearly every decision he makes in his business.
03:30 — Why Nick began tracking client progress and what he realized with that data
11:48 — Centralizing your program data allows you to answer any question you have about what’s working and what’s not related to your program
12:09 — How Nick used his client progress data to create a new onboarding experience to create a faster path to the program promise
16:09 — Why simplifying your curriculum is more valuable than having dozens of lessons (and what you can do with lessons that aren’t needed to get the result)
22:35 — How the right systems foundations can create so many possibilities for you to improve your program and operations
26:47 — Understand the balance between what you need to know as a CEO and what can be delegated
29:31 — Why you don’t need to include all the same program features as others do to get clients results
36:01 — You should be continuously refining your program and curriculum
37:05 — The right data allows you to think big picture like a CEO rather than checking off tasks
👋 CONNECT WITH NICK WOLNY (HE/HIM)
Nick Wolny is a professional editor, writer, and consultant. He reports on finance, technology, LGBTQ+ life, and how they intertwine, and has previously contributed to CNET, Fast Company, Business Insider, Out magazine, and Entrepreneur magazine. Nick is the founder of Camp Wordsmith®, a source of truth publishing system and learning curriculum for online professionals.
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