No, we do not at this time. However, please note that Phase 5 is “pay-as-you-go” (whereby you only pay for Phase 5 when you are actively serving clients). This represents

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We’re certainly not the experts on all of these questions, but this is something we’ve considered also. Pete Richardson (our Founder) tells the story of visiting Tom many years back,

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At this stage in the journey, no. And even later in the journey, we can’t answer than definitively one way or the other. We only send out a small number

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As with StratOp, there’s no ideal client. We’ve seen people in all stages of life experience breakthrough and clarity through LifePlan. Are they looking for clarity of their purpose? Are

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Over the years, we’ve seen every kind of organization helped by the StratOp Process; fledgling non-profits, mega-churches, startups, global enterprises, city governments, school districts, and universities. Of course, the size

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This is up to you, of course. Experience would teach us that websites have not been effective in generating any kind of business for Guides. Of course, if someone has

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In short, no. The responsibility of marketing your own practice, building your own client base, and securing clients, is your own. Our experience is that is takes time (3-5 years)

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Your license agreement with Paterson makes clear that when you, as an Independent Guide, serve your own client, that liability does not transfer to Paterson, but stays with you as

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In serving clients, you’ll have to consider the cost of meals/snacks/drinks, room space, and chart paper and pens needed to actually do the work. In the case of StratOp, the

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We only provide guidelines, as there are many variables involved (eg location, industry, your network etc). For example, if you are planning to serve non-profit organizations or leaders, that is

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