Raise your hand if you’re a service-based business owner who feels …
👋🏻 confident about the value you deliver to your clients, but find it challenging to break through the noise in the crowded online marketplace in order for your message to be seen and heard.
👋🏻 committed to building your business and brand around your dream lifestyle.
👋🏻 fueled by the work that you do, the people you impact, and feel grateful every day, knowing you have the opportunity to create and share your wisdom with the world in a way that affects positive change.
👋🏻 driven by purpose and passion, and know that when you’re operating from a place of alignment, prosperity will follow.
👋🏻 called to reach more people and create deeper connections with those you already serve.
👋🏻 lit up by the thought of creating a live event, workshop, or retreat for your brand ... but then you freeze.
That pesky little voice in your head says …
“You don’t have the time or energy to plan and execute an experience!”
“You don’t even have enough contacts to fill the room. Who will actually show up?”
“Are you really going to invest money into something you don’t know if you can even pull off?”
But your heart says …
“Hey darlin.’ Look, you and I both know that live events are the ultimate incubator for cultivating real, meaningful, in-person connections with your audience.”
“And, when designed thoughtfully and with the purpose to transform and delight — you’ll create massive impact in the lives of those you most want to serve, plus simultaneously build client relationships for life.”
Deep down, you know that …
By giving people the opportunity to experience you in real life, you’ll exponentially build trust with your ideal clients —and build community in the process.
We all know why trust is essential when it comes to building a business: people buy from people they know, like, and trust. Trust builds relationships, and relationships build results, which translate into glowing client reviews, word-of-mouth referrals, and ultimately, more, happy, (ideal) paying customers.