Pay less for personal development at The Lemon Club

A few months ago now I reviewed The Lemon Club. (You can read my review here: Review: The Lemon Club)

The Lemon Club an online personal development programme, that you can study at your own pace. Members get a new modules every month on a different topic, such as sales, presenting, networking and first impressions.  The course is delivered using videos, downloadable documents (PDFs), quizzes, MP3 audios (e.g. guided relaxations) and there is 1-to-1  feedback from an expert in one of the modules too. There’s also a resource library and member discounts on other personal development courses, coaching and assessments.

Sally Hindmarch, co-founder and co-owner has just told me about the latest Lemon development – there are now two membership levels:

  • Lemon Club Lite for £20 per month
  • The Lemon Club Professional for £37 per month

Both levels include the same videos, PDFs, audio files etc, but the professional level now also includes on-going email and telephone support as well as Q & A sessions with the club’s content partners.

So if you’re ready to do some personal development, take a look at The Lemon Club’s website.

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Review: The Lemon Club

Many of us would love to work with a coach, but with a good coach costing a few hundred pounds a month and beyond, we find it’s out of our price range.

Having trained as a coach myself, I know that the people who could benefit the most from coaching are often the ones who can’t afford it. And that has never seemed seem fair to me, especially for mums who are working part-time. So when I heard about an affordable personal development programme called The Lemon Club, I wanted to know more.

What is The Lemon Club?

It’s an online personal development programme, that you can study at your own pace. Members get a new modules every month on a different topic, such as sales, presenting, networking and first impressions.  The course is delivered using videos, downloadable documents (PDFs), quizzes, MP3 audios (e.g. guided relaxations) and there is 1-to-1  feedback from an expert in one of the modules too. There’s also a resource library and member discounts on other personal development courses, coaching and assessments. Continue reading “Review: The Lemon Club”