Personal Branding Workshop
PERSONAL BRANDING WORKSHOPS
At Gingham, we believe the famous folks should be the ones renowned for their kindness, the artists with the most exquisite dedication to their crafts, the folks out there who treat every day as their personal opportunity to change the world. . .those are our people.
That's why, when we decided to create personal branding workshops we didn't want it to be the same annoying sort of thing you see everywhere - no silly, barely skim the surface webinars for us, but real, actual time with local folks to connect with over common business wins & hiccups. Plus, you'll walk away with swag (obviously), more direction with which to propel your business further, and a whole lot of hope & new friends to help.
Together, we can start making kindness, creativity, and camaraderie the factors that make people famous!
the 2 hour course: broken down into 3, 30-minute sessions with chatting & refreshments in between
Who are you? How do people see you? What makes you different? How will you change your world?
You might already know all the answers for your business|product but have you evaluated & determined what will propel YOU forward?
- positive perceptions
- color | style analysis
How do you *captivate* & inspire others?
More than just having a LinkedIn page. . .what scent (metaphorically speaking) do you leave behind both digitally & in person?
- google search vs reality
- visual identity
- social media
- healthy habits
Consistency is key but so is authenticity. How do you balance the two while sharing your passions?
Moreover, how do you stay sane & humble in your success and have perspective in your failures?
- action plan | road map
- keeping up
- leaving something to the imagination
- pushing boundaries
what you need to bring:
A LAPTOP OR TABLET
PEN & PAPER
10 FREEBIES (you'll learn more about this when you sign up)
A SMILE & AN OPEN MIND
COST: $75 (1/2 DUE WITH SIGNUP)
Only 10 spots per session so sign-up early to reserve yours. P.S.: that isn't a marketing gimmick, we just think small groups are better, don't you?