If you’re in Australia, you’ve probably seen an ad on Instagram or Facebook for High End Hustlers run by Owners Collective. Is it any good though?
That’s the type of thing I like to address. Because there are just so many different online business programs out there promising the world, right?
So I decided to have a good look at what’s on offer here.
Researching Owners Collective
I hadn’t heard of this company before, so I decided to do a little investigating first.
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What it essentially allows me to do is legitimately spy on other websites.
Nothing private. Just like their traffic growth and age, on a surface level.
So here’s what was revealed:
Immediately it’s clear that they have been around for a while and are growing.
I also looked into backlinks and they have references from Kochie from TV.
It’s become clear that they are genuine as a business incubator for achievers.
Pru Chapman has clearly done very well here to continue building her community.
And so I was eager to have a look at the premier course on the inside.
High End Hustlers Review
For some reason, I became aware of this program via Instagram because of my ‘likes’.
I only follow business people plus those in the yoga space, but I’m listed as Male.
(Because I am… 😅 My name is clearly Joshua)
And yet I was targetted with this PPC campaign for a program designed for women.
Well, they may be targetting men now in their mentoring/coaching program.
And look: I believe a lot of these programs are fantastic. They really help lift you up.
If you’re looking for the best business building program that I bought in 10 years, then it’s quite simply Impact Theory University by Tom Bilyeu – founder of Quest Nutrition. $97 USD per month. No affiliation.
But then again, High End Hustlers features a lot of good stuff. Quite literally.
Firstly – it’s a personal touch. Pru wants to focus on starting or growing your business. (Who else does this? Very few business educators these days)
Then you’ll head along to their 3-day Summit that’s held in Byron Bay.
Then it’s access to the full training library. If you haven’t built a business before, then you might be overwhelmed with how much content is here.
Like 100 videos which are all professionally filmed. Nothing is cheap or tacky here.
Then you’re on to weekly masterclass calls as a group. A real chance to meet other students who you didn’t meet at the Summit.
Plus of course access to the Facebook group and business templates.
It definitely seems like a great deal and is catered almost exclusively for women.
As a downside, the pricing is quite high but that keeps the calibre strong.
Because you want to be surrounded with those on the same journey as you.
A strong tribe of go-getters who want to play at a new level in life.
I would join in this tribe if you want to be in a team of A-grade tribe members.
The hint is in the program name: High End Hustlers. Not low or medium end. 😉
And sometimes there are those who aren’t ready yet for this level of intensity.
Perhaps you’re just getting your business ideas and concepts on to paper.
And that’s OK. Pru has helped people from startups to existing business owners.
Not just in Australia either but in the United States as well. Her focus is on results.
But some people are looking for a different strategy. Maybe a different community.
I found a community with 10,000+ people. One that’s really going places.
And if you jump on board with the free training series, one that can help you too.
At the same time, High End Hustlers has a slightly higher pedigree of members.
Paired with other female mavericks that live and breathe business building. 🙏
There are few communities offering this calibre of training AND personal touch.
Created by someone with business experience with the gift of helping others.
So if you’re looking for genuine results, this is a mighty fine starting point.
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