I agree with @shantnu – if you haven’t started anything yet, these are just a form of procrastination. I think they do bring value but the fact of the matter is there are a lot more “wantrepreneurs” than actual entrepreneurs.
It’s a great business model for these programs, because they’re like gym memberships: people pay as a way to “get started” but most never go beyond that, specially when there are sacrifices, risks and loss of revenue involved in entrepreneurship.
Personally, once I reach a certain financial milestone, I’ll join a mastermind group to try to push things to the next level. You should always join a group where you’re the least experienced and/or successful. This is the best way to grow in any field: surround yourself with those better/further than yourself.
Finally, I believe a huge part of being an entrepreneur these days is learning to research & figure things out yourself using free/low-cost resources first: books, podcasts, webinars. Being able to research a market/field/competitors is an incredibly useful skill to have. Read Rob Walling’s book “Start Small Stay Small” & that’s the 1st thing that jumps at you: the guy can do a lot of analysis on his own.
The old adage “Learn how to fish rather than how to buy them” comes in mind. Good luck!