Gain energizing marketing skills - in only three hours!
Workshop Topic #1: Generate Business Ideas that Energize You & Your Customers
Whether you want to start a full-time business or a part-time side hustle, often the most difficult first step is coming up with a business model that makes you (and your future customers) feel like jumping out of bed in the morning! If you have been tossing ideas back-and-forth but your intuition says, “I’m not sure this idea is strong enough,” this workshop will put your meandering ideas on a clear path to launch.
Workshop Topic #2: Is My Business Idea Strong Enough?
When you offer products or services which are meaningfully unique, people are 235% more likely to engage. In this workshop, you will learn how to:
- combine your ideas with unrelated concepts to trigger new ideas,
- gather data in only a few minutes about whether your idea is strong, and
- engage a group in 15 minutes to exponentially improve your idea.
Workshop Topic #3: Which Great Idea Should You Pursue?
You did the research and found you have multiple incredibly great ideas with clear audiences and revenue models. This workshop teaches you how to activate an vision that helps you choose between great options. The role of the leader is to provide that central vision. However, if the leader cannot clearly (and concisely) articulate that vision, the rest of the team can quickly get off track, wasting time and money. Learn how to be the rudder for your team's journey and to adjust as you learn more.
Workshop Topic #4: Grow your Network via LinkedIn to Achieve your Career and Business Goals
Between 70-85 percent of jobs are filled through networking – it’s more powerful than any other method of job searching. Your best chance at landing an ideal role is through cultivating your network. We’ll evolve your account through three levels of optimization:
- Step 1: Make your profile stand out
- Step 2: Build your network to get insider info about great opportunities
- Step 3: Create systems to cultivate relationships and practice thought leadership