Whether you’re an emerging solopreneur or an established business owner going through a reinvention, telling your story is essential if high growth, impact and revenue are on your radar.
Stories are a great way to connect with and engage people, but sometimes bringing the right story to the surface in the right way and at the right time can be a challenge. It can be downright scary as well.
Chances are you’re just a story away from your next client, or a lifetime of clients… even if right now you don’t think you have a story. You do!
In this workshop you will learn:
This engaging, informative and inspiring workshop is a can’t-miss for service-based consultants, coaches, healers and messengers who are committed to reaching a broader audience and growing their business.
Speaker: Gayle Nowak, Story Development Consultant, Marketing Strategist & Founder of The Story Stylist
Co-sponsored by MA Small Business Development Center
Gayle Nowak, Story Development Consultant, Marketing Strategist & Founder of The Story Stylist
Gayle shows consultants, coaches, healers and messengers how to skyrocket their impact and get clients by helping them find, craft and tell their bold and powerful personal story. Through her signature Story Alchemy System, she incorporates the skills she has honed in journalism, marketing, copywriting, public relations and entrepreneurship over the last 20 years.
A former journalist and award-winning PR executive, Gayle has profiled everyday people, Olympians and business leaders; she has placed clients on The Oprah Show, in The New York Times and other national media. Today, Gayle helps her clients unlock the story burning inside them so they can increase their impact, revenue and growth -- professionally and personally.
Gayle lives in Beverly, Massachusetts with her two young daughters, Hazel and Natasha, husband Greg and their cat Veronica. In her free time, she likes to run up (or ski down) mountains, crawl in mud under barbed-wire and eat LOTS of dark chocolate.
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