At Satori Method, the team pays attention to two things: knowledge and experience gaps. Where are people getting stuck? What’s that single biggest challenge or frustration they’re facing right now?
Tristan and Sabrina use surveys and quizzes to gather that data, listening to what people say in Facebook groups, and noticing how they respond to polls.
It’s about “stacking” value. Tristan and Sabrina believe in going above and beyond, providing what people expect — and then a lot more. This makes their offers and membership a no-brainer investment for their members.
“It’s been a cool ride. I love where it’s landed. Before having a membership site, we essentially had brick-and-mortar membership sites: our studios. WishList Member has enabled us to do what we grew up doing — but now online. The power of one to many… we could have never done it without this technology,” said Tristan.
“In some ways, what we do today, teaching online, actually feels more intimate. It doesn’t make any sense. It’s the friendships our members make. Or when we all show up on Zoom — and you’re inside everyone’s home — I feel closer to those people than the people who just like show up to my classes, face to face, take the class and leave,” said Sabrina.