Why We Decided to Make a Premium

Aug 12, 2021

This episode gives an inside look into our newly released, premium subscription. We have added 7 brand new exercises, including Green Team part 2. In addition, this offering features customized “Green Standards” team posters, verified stickers and MVG trophies, virtual team training, and access to the brand new Captains Course. We hope this episode gives you a clear look into the psychology and decision making that went into premium, and communicates ways you will be able to add even more leadership value to your program.

You can learn more about the Lead ‘Em Up premium subscription here – https://leademup.com/premium-subscription-presale/

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