- Have you struggled to figure out what to say, whether it’s on a social media post or in a presentation?
- Have you stopped yourself from sharing something because you weren’t sure what the reaction would be?
- Do you feel like there’s something deeper, more meaningful, more impactful you want to say, but you haven’t quite been able to tease it out?
- Do you feel stuck in your business and marketing and haven’t been able to break through the online noise?
As business owners, we’re used to being marketers: crafting a message that appeals to a customer market to help them where they’re at and where they see what they want.
However, being a thought leader is different: it requires you to push your audience (and yourself) to go somewhere new.
This can feel scary and it’s normal to have fears come up: fear of criticism, rejection, ostracism (we’re human, after all!).
In this free webinar, you’ll learn:
The differences between being a business owner, a marketer, and a thought leader
Why it’s hard to speak up and say what we want to say – and techniques to change this
5 questions to ask yourself to find your voice
3 things you can do now to start putting it into practice
Examples to inspire you
Register at https://www.speakingyourbrand.com/webinar/.
Join your hosts Carol Cox and Diane Diaz of Speaking Your Brand for this interactive and informative event.
Be sure to ATTEND LIVE so you can ask questions and get on-the-spot coaching.
Speaking Your Brand is a coaching and training company that provides women entrepreneurs and leaders around the world with messaging strategy and communications training.
Carol is the founder of Speaking Your Brand and host of the 5-star rated Speaking Your Brand podcast.
Diane is a speaking coach with Speaking Your Brand.
We believe that through women’s stories, voices and visibility, we challenge the status quo and change existing systems, to benefit more people.
Our mission is to help more women experience the transformational process of creating their signature talk and speaking up (for themselves, others, and society).