Wed, 14 May 2014
If customers are not begging to work with you, you’re clearly lost in the sea of so called experts.
Today’s guest is all about getting customers to want to work with you. She shows us just how to get others to beg to work with us. Pretty amazing. What is more amazing is that she teaches us to do this using something that is so familiar to us that we’ve been studying it since we were just children. It is something that has been passed down from generation to generation for thousands of years - taught to children from pre-k and penetrates just about every aspect of our society from pop culture to daily conversation.
That tool is story telling.
Developing your personal brand story is going to allow you to rise above that crowd. To stand out. To attract customers.
Nicole K. Lundy, Speaker, Author and Profitable Personal Brand Strategist, helps high-achieving businesswomen be seen as an Expert and Leading Authority in their industry. She knows just how important it is to get the right ‘visibility’ to catapult your career to the next level from her past experience working in Corporate Finance. She teaches her clients how to strategically craft a winning game plan that gets them fast and customized results in their business.
Nicole has also been featured on MSNBC, eHow.com and Huffington Post Style and will be publishing her first book in 2014.
Nicole says that writing, creating and embracing your personal brand’s story is the key to standing out - the key to get those customers to beg to work with you.
Learn how to write, create and embrace your brand story.
Learn how to tell the movie preview version of your life.
Listen to examples of brands that have used an incredible brand story (and the types) that have boosted their business.
What to do even if you don’t think you have anything that stands out.
Learn the 7 types of brand stories that you can tell to attract clients.
Learn where to start if you’ve never created a personal brand story before.
Learn where to place the story so that others will find it and listen to it.