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Ever since I transitioned to this blog and embraced this new-ish path, I’ve been in this creative flow, including kicking off a Worksheet Membership.
If you’re looking for a structured way to incorporate self-reflection into your life, the Self-Reflection Society might be just what you need. It’s a membership that provides you with access to personal development worksheets designed to help you reflect on your life and work towards your goals.
But now how did I create this little thing?
Define the purpose of the membership: For me, that was something that is affordable for people who are venturing into the world of self-reflection, growth, and mindset work that sends them onto a path of healing. People have different starting points in their lives and this is a simple one that is helping you get your toes wet if you will.
Decide on the frequency of worksheet release: I’ve decided to release a new worksheet every month so that there is a single focus for 4 weeks. Too much can feel too overwhelming and I wanted to be a simple and easy transition for people to venture into the self-reflection journey.
Set up a system: So I am using Thrivecart and ActiveCampaign for the setup since Thrivecart releases a learning platform that is really simple to use that easily integrates with my email system. Everything is set up for the next year and ready to go.
Set a membership fee: Decide how much you want to charge for membership and set up a payment system using a service like PayPal or Stripe. So I settled on a really low offer ($5.00/month or $60/year) because I really did want to make this affordable and yes I use both PayPal and Stripe.
Market your worksheet membership: I’ve been writing about on the blog and use both use social media and email marketing to market your membership and attract members.
Here is why I am able to keep it at this offering, I don’t offer community support. If people want to get the support they can invest in Weekly Office hours sessions.