How to be Your Own Spokesperson

This episode might not be for everyone but if you recognize you need to be the one who represents your brand but are uncomfortable doing it - this episode provides you with one way to approach the job with a bit more comfort. I explain the benefits of being comfortable in how you show up to represent both yourself and your business, as well as outline the steps to take to become your own spokesperson. (It's not fake it 'til you make it, either!)


Extra Resources:
  • Stop the creativity burnout, trying to create more and more and more content. Start spending your time on your paid work and - better yet - in your personal life by squeezing all of the value from each piece of your brilliant content through repurposing. Download all of the ideas plus a few more neatly organized in this 4 page free booklet.
  • To be an effective spokesperson, you need to define and manage her brand. Same goes if you need to hand off content design responsibilities without worry. This 16 page guide lightens your load by keeping what identifies your business as yours in a central place, and empowers you to hand over content design with confidence.


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