Thought You Should Know...
I'll be doubling the price on our "VIP Days" (and soon, the offer won't be available to the public at all). Learn more at motm.co/vip and get in touch 😁.
When I was 18, I cold-emailed #1 NYT bestselling author Keith Ferrazzi (who wrote Never Eat Alone and served as the Chief Marketing Officer of Deloitte in his 30s).
I offered to work for free, for one month, for a chance to prove myself.
After that month, Keith became my first-ever client of Kleinert Ventures, an “entrepreneurial” marketing consulting firm I started (accidentally) because Keith took a chance on me…
…and when a former Fortune 500 CMO and #1 NYT bestselling author is your first client, it’s easy to get other exceptional thought leaders to give you a chance, too.
Since then, I’ve been fortunate to work with 50+ incredible venture-funded startups, Olympians, Rhodes Scholars, Emmy award-winners, TED speakers, 7+ figure business owners, record-breaking crowdfunding campaigns, and others.
Today, I only take two clients per month, don’t do any long-term consulting work (only “VIP Days”, or all-day, ideally in-person strategy sessions), and as of Sept 30…
...I’ll be doubling my fees (again).
If you would like to work with me, and book your own VIP Day, please visit motm.co/vip, and get in touch with me if you’re interested.
Right now, VIP Days are $5,000, and I only have room for one more client in October, two more clients in November, and one client in December.
Starting in January 2022, I won’t take ANY new clients who aren’t also alumni or members of Meeting of the Minds.
This isn’t some BS scarcity play either…
I recently started Offsite, a tech company providing end-to-end team retreat planning for remote-first startups, which I’m working on full-time with some of my most valued friends and mentors as investors, advisors, and beta clients.
We also acquired another company back in April, and so…
I must focus my efforts on these businesses (as well as promoting my new book, which will be out in October).
With that, I thought you should know…
If you’re interested in working with me through your very own VIP Day (which is basically a one day, “rent my brain” and/or “lease my network” opportunity, please get in touch with me before end of month!
That’s the tweet.
Thanks for coming to my TED talk ;).
If this offer isn’t for you, no problem! I won’t mention it again…
In the meantime, reply and let me know if you’d be interested to learn how I’ve crafted $5,000 - $15,000 one-day offers like the VIP Day, and how you can do the same for your business.
Perhaps I’ll make that my next post!
Jared Kleinert is the founder of Meeting of the Minds (motm.co), as well as a TED speaker, 2x award-winning author, and USA Today's "Most Connected Millennial".
Meeting of the Minds curates "super-connectors" and subject matter experts as invite-only attendees to 3 day summits in places like Napa Valley, Bermuda, and elsewhere, as well as “deep dives” such as this Marketing and Biz Dev strategy & implementation workshop. Members of the MOTM network include CEOs of 7, 8, and 9-figure businesses, creators of globally-recognized brands and social movements, New York Times bestselling authors, founders of pre-IPO tech unicorns, c-suite execs from Fortune 500 companies, and others.
Jared's career began at 15 years old when he started his first company, and took off at 16 while working as the first intern, and then one of the first 10 employees, for an enterprise SaaS company called 15Five, which today has raised over $40M and has almost 2000 forward-thinking companies as monthly recurring clients.
Later, Jared would become a delegate to President Obama's 2013 Global Entrepreneurship Summit in Malaysia, write multiple books including the "#1 Entrepreneurship Book of 2015", and speak at TED@IBM the day before he turned 20.
As a highly-sought after keynote speaker and consultant, Jared’s clients range from organizations like Facebook, Samsung, Bacardi, Estee Lauder, IBM, Cornell, Berkeley, AdAge, and the National Speakers Association. His insights on entrepreneurship, networking, marketing, and business development have been featured in Forbes, TIME, Harvard Business Review, Fortune, NPR, Entrepreneur, Mashable, Fox Business and more.