April 28, 2017
Description: If you’re a heart-centered business owner looking for effective ways to communicate your magic and WOW on… Read more...
May 11, 2017
55 Spring Garden Ave, Toronto
Description: Join us for this interactive workshop to learn powerful tips & strategies that will help… Read more...
May 27, 2017
50 Cumberland St, Toronto, ON M4W 1J5, Canada
Description: Do You Know How Powerful You Are? You have untapped potential. A voice longing to… Read more...
It’s not an exaggeration when I say that Facebook has changed my life.
It was the spring of 2007 and my life was taking a few twists and turns. My marriage had ended a few years prior and I had gone from a marketing project manager to taking a series of part-time, contract and temporary jobs that had left me increasingly frustrated and unfulfilled. I had come to a point where change was the only viable option. I was exploring, searching and digging into what I wanted to do with my life. I was reading all types of books and attending tons of personal development programs. I had lots of ideas swirling in my head about what to do next, but I just couldn’t figure out where to start. I had a very small social circle. I had never attended a networking events and was very overwhelmed with all the options and choices I faced. I felt stuck.
Lately I’ve been using the term “juicy” quite a bit – and usually get a bit of reaction whenever I do.
Some people seem to love the word – and others are completely repulsed by it. Interesting, huh?
For me, living juicy means I take risks, trust my intuition, follow my curiosity and give myself the permission to get off track once in a while as I explore, get lost — and find my way again.
As a visibility strategist, I work with business owners who are looking to amplify their message and build a tribe of raving fans so that they can create an impact and reach their goals. I deal with many business owners who are stuck and sense that their magic isn’t being communicated so they have a hard time standing out and differentiating themselves when connecting with their ideas clients. They end up feeling frustrated, depleted and defeated. Not fun. (more…)
Are you one of those people who shows up on Facebook just when you have something to promote? Well, you don’t need me to tell you this, but if you’re committed to success with your social media efforts then you’ll need to start creating real engagement and meaningful connections with your network on a consistent basis – and not just when you have an offer for them. (more…)