In addition to my name-your-own-price WIWTY Project, I have two monthly packages that can be loosely described as consulting agreements. More accurately, I call them Consult-Advise-Coordinate-Do (CACD) agreements.
Unlike traditional consulting relationships (where I’d tell you what, and maybe how, then you’d do the work), CACD agreements have a decide-as-we-go scope. They can include a combination of consulting and strategy sessions, along with a list of “to do” items that I either help you with, or do for you.
Our CACD agreement could include (but not necessarily be limited to):
- Website Development
- Product Creation
- Sales Funnel Development
- Sales or Technical Training
- Strategy or Planning Calls
- Idea Development and Brainstorming
- Digital Product Creation
This is a non-traditional model designed so that the scope of work will be flexible, and adaptable based on your needs, rather than limited by the constraints of strictly-defined packages.
Monthly CACD packages require an investment of either $6,000 or $10,000, depending on your needs for your project.
If we’ve never worked together before, at least one consultation call is required before you’ll be eligible for either of my one-on-one monthly packages. New clients can schedule up to four calls before committing to work with me long-term (and who knows…maybe four is all you need!).
I do not charge hourly for most of my work, but these four consultation calls reflect a discount of approximately 50% off of what would be my typical hourly equivalent, at $150 each.
If you’d like to schedule a 60-minute call, please use the calendar below to set an appointment:
If this is not your first call, please select "Follow-Up Consultation Call" from the dropdown menu above before scheduling.
Week of May 20, 2019-May 26, 2019:
CANCELLATION NOTICE: Please do not schedule a consultation call with me unless you are committed to yourself and your business.
To keep my schedule flexible for monthly CACD clients, I have very few available time slots for consultation calls. If you cancel a scheduled call, your original spot may not be refillable on short notice. Essentially, you’ll have taken a time slot even if you don’t use it.