For consultative professionals in charge of their own marketing. Realtors, financial advisors, coaches of all varieties in the first 2-5 years of business.
Do you avoid your marketing? You are not alone. However, your business will fizzle out and disappear unless you embrace this. The good news is, you don’t have to do it like everyone else. In fact, that’s what got you in trouble in the first place.
Instead, what if your marketing were a natural extension of who you truly are? What if it felt simple and authentic to do? And what if your marketing created deep trust and respect, right from the get-go?
In this talk, I share 3 Keys to Loving Your Marketing that will get you thinking differently about your entire approach to outreach. From case studies of successful professionals to a chance meeting with your secret Innate Marketing Genius (turns out, we all have one!) and perhaps a laugh or two, we’ll cover all of this and more. Nope, this isn’t your typical marketing chat! What’s for sure is you will walk away knowing your particular genius type and how it will simplify your marketing right away.
Christina Frei gave her talk Marketing for People Who Don’t Like Marketing to my coaching professionals group recently.
I’m a coach who actually loves marketing, but I create extra work for myself because I don’t have a single focus. Each coach on the call had their own unique challenge with their marketing. I wondered how everyone could benefit, and what I would get out of it. But when Christina spoke to our group, it was GREAT! It was fun and really engaging- I came away feeling relieved and totally pumped. Every coach on the Zoom conference engaged with her, and I could feel the relief over the inter webs. We were all more prepared to dive into the marketing that made sense for us. The webinar helped me see how to streamline my efforts in a way that would save me time and energy. My takeaway: I can do this in a way that’s really fun for me, and leverages my strengths. I highly recommend!”
Lead Coordinator for CTI Boston