All Your Questions Answered: Dive into Our OBM Course Overview
I'm just not sure I can swing $3,498 right now. That's a lot of money for me.
I get it. $3498 is a big chunk of change.
The way that I think about money that I spend to better MYSELF...
It's an investment in myself.
This investment that will pay itself back pretty quickly once you start working as an Online Business Manager. Check out N.W.'s testimonial below.
And hey, there are payment plans if needed!
Oh and one more thing... the cost of OBM U is a write-off on your taxes. But we're no CPA, so be sure to ask your tax professional :)
"I dove straight into OBM University so I could quickly make my investment back. Within 30 days of signing up, getting a confidence boost and doing some networking, I began closing clients at triple my previous rate. Thanks, Ashley & Leah!" - N.W.
Finding time for this will be tough with my kids and other responsibilities.
You're preaching to the choir! Being a mom myself, I know finding time for you isn't easy.
Good news is you can work this around your schedule. Plus, the Prowess team will be in your corner every step of the way to help make it work.
I've been out of the workforce for a while. Can I really do this?
Of course you can!
I know it's scary getting back out there, but you're smarter and tougher than you realize. Over the past 4 years, the Prowess team has helped 1000s of caregivers find flexible work. You're next!
How do I know this will actually prepare me for real clients?
Great question. We designed the program based on what businesses actually need day-to-day. No fluff, just practical, hands-on training so you hit the ground running.
And why do we feel so confident in this? Because Ashley speaks to 3+ CEOs daily about what they need in an OBM. All that insight, we put into the course and share with you!
Will there really be clients ready to hire me after graduation?
Again, Prowess hears from 3 CEOs a day about their OBM needs. Demand for Online Business Managers is growing 6% in five years according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics!
It's a new title. Don't you want to be ahead of the curve?
I'm no techie. Can I really handle the technical work?
It alllllll depends. It's ok if you're not a techy now, but my follow-up question is... Does learning new tech excite you? Do you generally pick up tech easily? And remember, I don't mean coding, I mean CRMs, spreadsheets, etc.
If yes, then being an OBM could be a fantastic career!
I'd love to hear from actual grads. Can I get their feedback?
Absolutely - we have LOTS of testimonials that you can watch 👉 HERE.
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