The G.S.D Mastermind

When it comes to building a business, I bet you know what you SHOULD be doing, but find that’s easier said than done.

Staying focused, showing up day to day, and sticking to a plan can be super hard, especially if you don’t see immediate results for all that work.

Do you know what makes that even harder? Working in your own bubble, rarely being able to ask questions, voice concerns, and get real honest feedback from people who are walking the same journey as you.

You might think you’re lazy, or something is broken but in reality, everyone growing a business feels this way. You simply need support.

You need to voice those questions, get feedback, and get out of your head.

That’s exactly what the G.S.D Mastermind is for.

You need help to make sure you keep putting one foot in front of the other, and that you don’t let that little voice in the back of your head tear you down and get you stuck.

The G.S.D. Mastermind is meant to help you along your entrepreneurial journey; it provides guidance, a plan to follow and the support necessary to keep going.


  • Stop setting goals that you aren’t reaching
  • Stop asking your husband/sister/dog for feedback, to only get a nod 
  • Stop getting stuck building your business because ___________ (fill in whatever your excuse is this week)
  • Stop depending on generic advice

Only 4 Spots Available, Deadline to apply is September 1st.

Save months of indecision, trial and error, and lack of progress. Get started on growing your business now, not 3 months from now. Move forward confidently with a strategic plan and support that keeps you going, no matter how hard it gets.

“Mariah is such a smart, insightful and business-minded coach. Working with her was a big wake-up call to getting certain things sorted in my business and I couldn’t have taken that first step without her. he’s absolutely perfect for solopreneurs who need help with business strategy, getting the work done and breaking it down in easy-digestible ways.”
Maggie Giele

Maggie Giele, Digital Strategist


  • Fill out THIS application to get started. Since it is a small group program, I want to make sure it’s a good fit for YOU and where you are at in your business.
  • If you + the program = ❤️ You will get an email to pay and join. If you still aren’t sure there will be a Q & A opportunity too.

Once you have locked in your spot:

  • You will get a questionnaire & you will book our one-on-one Planning Session (75-minutes). This is where we will establish your main G.S.D objective.
  • 1-hour weekly group calls start the week of September 11th (day/time TBD so everyone can make the meetings). There is a total of 12 1-hour group calls.
  • Private Facebook Group to get support feedback in between calls. You will get access as soon as you secure your spot (no reason to wait to start getting to know each other)!

The G.S.D Mastermind Includes:


75-Minute one-on-one planning session

12 Total: weekly 1 hour group accountability calls to keep you on track

Get feedback via our private Facebook Group

BONUS: One Bat Signal call (45-minute one-on-one session with me when you need that extra boost)


“Working with Mariah in Q2 was a real game changer for Seed Social. I was also able to transition and step into a leadership mentality within my business, taking me away from that trap of constantly working in my business and never on my business.”
Hope Skinner

Seed Social

This is a 3-month commitment; you will be billed $165 monthly. First payment of $165 when you save your spot, and then the next 2 payments of $165 each will be spaced 30 days after that initial payment.


There are only 4 spots for this first round. Since this is the first round of G.S.D Mastermind, you are getting an introductory rate, so you don’t want to miss this opportunity. Prices will increase next round.

Mariah Tomkinson

Mariah Tomkinson

Mariah is a no-nonsense business coach ready to get your business goals into action. She has an MBA and BS in Business with a concentration in Marketing, and has spent many years saying, “that’s a great idea, but how are we going to executed that.”