There isn’t an option to do an ‘expedited program’ but there’s a good reason for that. Each week’s video training is designed to build on other to create a solid foundation.
From my experience, many founders get ’stuck’ at the first 10 customers stage and it’s often because they didn’t do the ‘foundational stuff’ right and need to go back.
This might sound like going backwards, but think of it more like Stephen Covey’s "sharpening your saw”. If you’re cutting a tree with a blunt saw, there’s no point trying harder - you need to step back and sharpen that saw. :-)
Secondly, even though the video lessons are sequential, you can use the weekly group coaching sessions to talk about any challenge (not just related to that week’s lesson).
So that gives you a best of both worlds i.e. revisit the fundamentals and make sure you’ve got a solid foundation AND use the live group coaching to solve challenges you have right now.
Over 10 weeks, you'll receive weekly video training and will be provided with worksheets or homework assignments. Each week's lesson is designed to help you nail the fundamentals and build a solid foundation for your business.
The weekly video training will take you through: 1. Build a Foundation, 2. Find Your Customers, 3. Talk to Customers, 4. Build Your MVP, 5. Create a Value Proposition, 6. Set Your Pricing, 7. Build Your Product, 8. First (or Next) 10 Customers, 9. Setup Your Funnel, and 10. Fill Your Funnel.
You will need around 2 hours a week to watch the video training and attend the live group coaching sessions. Beyond that it's really up to you and how much time you can commit to your SaaS business. If you're working on it full time then you'll make faster progress. If you have a full-time job, you may only be able to spend a few extra hours a week. Either way is fine because it's right for you. And building your business is a marathon, not a sprint.
Kenton is a Launch 'Alumni' - when he joined he didn't have a product, didn't know how to code and was on the verge of giving up. Today, he's launched his product, has paying customers and is planning to quit his job soon to work full-time on his SaaS business.
Aazar was one of the very early people to join SaaS Club.