Within the membership, there are three tiers. Community, priced at $10.99 per month, is targeted to what the community calls “baby bosses,” or creators who are early in their entrepreneurial journey. The Community tier offers access to the overall Being Boss community, a monthly Book Club with weekly prompts, and Monday meet-ups, a virtual call where members can troubleshoot and share wins.
Clubhouse, priced at $32.99 per month, was made for creative entrepreneurs with a little more experience. “These are bosses who are in it, and who have been for a couple of years. They’re making a living wage for themselves, but they probably don’t have a team yet.”
In addition to the perks included in the Community tier, Clubhouse members get exclusive access to one of Emily’s podcasts, “Making a Business,” which follows her journey running her product business, Almanac Supply Co. They also get access to monthly Clubhouse Conversation virtual calls, where they workshop a monthly theme; monthly New Moon Intention-Setting prompts and virtual calls, exclusive content bonuses, and early access to events.
Being Boss’ top tier is the C-Suite, a small peer mastermind group for bosses who are running six-figure businesses. Priced at $599.99 per month, Emily says it’s for bosses who are showing up to work through super-specific problems. “It’s a peer mastermind group and we meet every week for these mastermind sessions. I already see it being so helpful for the bosses who are involved.”
For each of those tiers, Emily tries her best to try a bit of everything to help her figure out what sticks. “One of the things I talk about often is testing and changing,” she says. “It’s something we encourage our members to do in their own business, and I model it in the community as well.”