An "Eagle's Nest" is just that. A focused micro-group of Eagles who commit to a month-long dive into their topic of choice.
These sessions meet 4 times, typically for an hour.
Eagle's Nests are offered to active Eagles as part of their membership.
We do these 4-week intensives quarterly, and the next round starts October 5th. Sign ups are going on now and will end September 30th.
"Erik Johnson is one of the most inspiring podcasters out there. He makes the nuts and bolts of podcasting really fun! I also received another benefit from this nest that I totally was not expecting... I got to know Jon Sanders, another podcaster. He's become a great friend in a very short time. Even though I didn't see that one coming, it shouldn't have surprised me, since 48 Days Eagles is all about relationships with people."
"After the Who Are You and Why Are You Here DISC Eagles Nest, a takeaway I had was that I will be an excellent entrepreneur, not because of what type of behavioral profile I do or don't have but because of how I utilize my strengths. I also will have increased success by understanding my weaker areas and learning how to position processes and people to help me with those"
"Dan (Woerheide) offered one on one time to each of us. He helped me clarify my brand and to get over the fear of using my own name as my business name. As I followed his advice of being straight forward I increased my following due to the simplified messaging."
"Sheila did an excellent job leading the List Building Nest - thorough, detailed and insightful Eagles Nest. Working through everyone's current work was a great way to learn via relevant materials!"
"In our writing nest, Jennifer provided an immense amount of support with offers to help us further our writing and entrepreneurial endeavors. Her challenges to write a specific amount every day and commit reach out to connect with others regularly were very helpful and prompted me to make it a habit. I've done my best to fulfill that commitment each day. Prior to the nest this may have been a "someday I will" proposition that never got put into practice."