Welcome to this episode of The Organised Women in Business Podcast. In this episode I’m joined by business, branding, and speaker coach – the wonderfully bold Suz Chadwick. If you’re struggling with your brand confidence, you don’t want to miss this special two-part episode.
Suz works with business owners to help them build confidently bold brands. As well as being a coach, Suz is also a published author, with Play Big, Brand Bold released in late 2019. Books two and three are also in the works.
To find out more about Suz and her work, and to work on your brand confidence, visit:
In this part one of this episode we talk about:
- what it is that resonates with your dream clients/customers, the emotional connection, the thing that pulls them in,
- breaking through the psyche of not marketing our businesses,
- doing what you love,
- focussing on our audience, and
- getting your story out there
Don’t forget to tune in NEXT MONDAY 12 APRIL for Brand Confidence part 2
Dear listeners, I’ve a question (or few) for you.
How do you feel about your brand?
Do you exude confidence, or are you still hiding in your shell?
Let me know below, or on my Facebook page.
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