If you’re like many of my clients, you likely fall into one of two categories:
You’re a business, but want a better brand
You make money doing a thing, but you’re not “known” in the way and for the reasons you want to be. This is the “money, no fame” problem.
For instance, you might have a very good online business selling coaching services or products, but no one really knows who you are. You’d like to reach people who may not ever become a client or customer. In short, you want fans.
You’re a brand, but want more business.
You know what you want to do, and have at least some evidence that people are listening, but you haven’t figured out a way to make that your business.
This is the “fame, no money” problem. The complete inverse of the other problem. I can’t promises riches any more than anyone else can. But I can show you how to think about your brand as a business.
Maybe you’re somewhere between the two, or you’re launching a side biz or a different brand—that’s great and totally ok.
What I can promise you is that you’ll never look at or think about your brand or business the same way again.
You need a fresh idea, or fresh language to communicate your idea.
Think we could be a fit? Let’s find out.