While I have gone to great lengths to build exhaustive resources to ensure students will have success after taking the programs, I can’t advertise a blanket guarantee that all students will be successful marketing themselves or actually performing freelancing work.
Just as colleges and universities do not guarantee you will get a job after graduating, students enrolled in my programs are not guaranteed success or income merely by completing the programs. All students who enroll acknowledge this fact and agree that securing clients is solely their own responsibility.
Further, before enrolling in the programs, students agree that any success/income is solely dependent upon their own understanding and application of the material, content, and methods as outlined in the programs. Not following instructions, lacking personal aptitude or necessary prerequisite skills (i.e. not having sufficient eye for detail, not retaining or understanding necessary concepts, etc.), or refusing to put in the work it takes to find clients are not the fault of Fruitfully Alive or its creator, Adrienne Luedeking.
The programs provide ALL of the tools necessary to do the work properly and to find clients. I just can’t do the work for you.
Finally, students acknowledge that I will not find clients for them. Aside from being impossibly time-consuming to be constantly on a quest to find clients for every student, I have no guarantee that your work is actually good unless I see it. If I tell someone to use you, and you’re not as good as you’d hoped, that would become our responsibility. Remember, taking one of my programs does not give you an eye for detail — you either have it, or you don’t. That said, if you are having trouble finding clients after spending some time employing the techniques outlined in these programs, a one-on-one coaching opportunity would allow me to see your work firsthand and evaluate it, plus give you personalized tips in the client-finding process. Membership in our Facebook group is also an excellent support tool for students.