My biggest takeaway was learning not to create another job for myself, but learning how to build a business around my passion. Jens is IT professional building a real estate investment consultancy as a side business.
The Accelerator provided me with a step-by-step framework to launch my business. Emily is a working mom who wants to coach other mothers on how to make time for their personal projects.
The Accelerator helped me realize how important it is to listen to my feelings to help me build a business that works for me. Brenda recently left her job as a SEO expert to start an online training business to help other aspiring entrepreneurs get more comfortable with technology.
The daily challenges forced me to take action and to get focused, instead of just passively consuming content about what other entrepreneurs are doing! Zach is working as a co-founder of Fenrici in an operations role to gain more experience to help him get his own side businesses off the ground.
Stephen only feels successful when his clients feel successful! Mary Jo is a graphic designer then decided to make a pivot to build a business using her fine art skills to celebrate the New England lifestyle.
The Accelerator made me realize that I can have anything I want right now, just by just changing my mindset. I’m a lot more confident now! Julie is leaving her television production career behind to focus on building her coaching business.
I started the Accelerator with an idea, but now I live it. Breaking down my actions into habits made building my business more tangible. Julia is leaving her job at a justice nonprofit in Kampala, Uganda to start her coaching business, so she can work from anywhere.
I’m a former self-help junkie, but for the first time in 15 years, the Accelerator finally inspired me to take action to make the changes I’ve always wanted to make in my life. Brysen is preparing to leave his full-time job in IT sales to start his own business helping medium-sized business optimize their sales funnel.
The Accelerator gave me a community to remind me my business idea wasn’t crazy, as well as holding me accountable. Amy is an attorney that recently founded BrightSmith to make professional development training for attorneys more fun, intellectually stimulating and rewarding.