BE SEEN AND HEARD!
This is the title of the second class of a six sessions series I will be offering starting March 5th. The educational sessions will be held at the Eureka Loft at the Scottsdale Civic Center Library from 5:30 pm to 7:00 pm.( Get Seen & Get Heard is offered on March 12th.)
Most of the live sessions we offer as well as those found in the education session of BizQuack are written not only to share with our members, but also as way for us to grow our own business. This particular session has been in the development stage for almost a year. With over 500,000 new businesses starting every month learning how to be seen and heard in the clutter of social media, new web sites, direct mail and every other marketing option becomes a critical foundation for building a successful business. We have combined a year of research into this powerful session.
The First session on Branding (offered March 5th) is an amazing session witch contains a lot of important information necessary to start the competitive process upon which to build your business. Each of these six sessions, when taken as a series, will become one of the most dynamic tools in your business war chest.
I promise that you will be challenged in each session and you will have to step outside your comfort zone in order to implement the many new ideas. As always, these sessions will present tools in a way that you may not have heard of before; and success can only be achieved by those that are willing to commit to leading their industry instead of following change.
There will be no instant gratification other than a “WOW”. Growing a profitable and sustainable business requires at least 10 times the amount of work you thought it would take.
Success building tools, the like you will not receive from any other source, will be given to you at each session. If you have the desire to make a difference in your life and in your industry, come prepared to take a lot of notes.
Please e-mail me at Nick@strategicduck.com or call 602-989-1592 if you plan on attending.
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