Your Member Benefits
- Access to our dedicated online conversation space so you can talk about what’s working–and what’s not–with other experienced small business owners
- Live virtual events–like community roundtables and virtual conferences–so you can discover new ideas and enhance your skills while connecting with other small business owners
- Monthly Flash Masterminds so you can put yourself in the hot seat with experienced business owners and work on your challenges or goals together
- Monthly What Works Insider Hours with Tara McMullin so you can ask about what’s on your mind whether that’s your business, trends you’ve noticed, or what’s working for us
- Concierge support from the What
Worksteam because you’re never just a number in this network
- Priority access to facilitated mastermind groups and retreats
- Enjoy flexible support with our month-to-month plan.
- Lock in one year of support and get 2 months on us.
Membership at The What Works Network is $49.99 per month or $499.99 per year.
Either plan gets you
We know The What Works Network is full of savvy and experienced small business owners who share generously and honestly about their experiences. But we know you don’t know that.
Give The Network a try for 30 days and if you aren’t blown away by the people you meet, the conversations we invite you to, and the quality of responses to what you share, we’ll happily refund your membership fee.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is The What Works Network just a community?
We get that there are a bunch of other people selling you an online course, coaching program, or workshop. They’re selling a system, skill-building, and how-to knowledge.
It’s completely understandable that you might expect to find a huge resource library or a curriculum of courses inside of The What Works Network.
But there’s not. By design.
There are a couple of reasons for this:
1) When someone is selling
We do the opposite. We let you tell us what your problem is and we help you work together with other small business owners to find your own solution. In other words, we put you in the driver’s seat.
Sure, we get that you might not even know what your real problem, challenge, obstacle,
You don’t just learn how to do one thing. You learn how to anticipate your own needs, solve your own problems, and achieve your own goals.
2) The market changes too fast to make information resources an effective way to stay ahead.
It can seem like every time you get something working in your business, the market changes and you need to do something new. If you’re buying information every time that happens, you’ll quickly eat up any profit you’re generating with continuing education!
A membership at The What Works Network has you covered. The market changes, we talk about it. It changes again, we put our heads together. Our goal is to provide a sustainable, adaptable solution for the problem of an ever-changing marketplace.
What are people talking about inside The Network?
We talk about all things small business. That includes offer development, marketing & social media, operations, systems development, time management, health insurance, business finances, and more.
One of the best parts about The Network is that we don’t have to stick to the “sexy” small business topics. Sure, we talk plenty about marketing–but we also have a safe place to talk about your mindset, your third hire, or your profit margins. Of course, we think those topics are sexy…
Is The Network appropriate for someone new to business?
In short, no. But here’s the longer answer because sometimes there are good exceptions.
We believe that most new business owners are best served by spending the first year or so finding their customers or clients the old fashioned way (word of mouth, referrals, networking, and prospecting) and developing a single offer to sell them.
Once you can reliably sell your offer to the right person, it’s time to start refining your marketing, developing your business model, and documenting your systems. This is when The Network really starts to come in handy.
Is The Network appropriate for someone who’s been in business for many years?
Absolutely. Once you’ve established a track record as a business owner, you don’t need to learn new things all the time to keep it growing. Your process is more about refining. You want to make your business work better at the same time it’s making you more money and taking up less of your time.
Some of our most active members have been in business 5, 10, 15, even 20 years or longer. They regularly share their own experiences and knowledge. But even better? They bring their questions and challenges to the table, too.