Great marketing begins and ends with great storytelling.
Many entrepreneurs on the spiritual path turn away from self-promotion because it smacks so strongly of egocentricity.
The truth is that marketing (which is really about storytelling), branding (which is really about personal clarity), and business development (which is really about fulfilling your destiny) are powerful opportunities for healing and self-empowerment for both you and your audience.
In this experiential workshop, you will discover the links between branding and mythologizing as well as how to articulate the core message that runs underneath all of your creative work.
Learn how to write meaningfully and effectively for a variety of mediums, including websites, blogs, social media, and electronic newsletters.
Workshop Fee $47 : includes workshop participation and Kris Oster’s book, Return to Enchantment: Your Guide to Creating a More Magical Livelihood.
Date: April 29, 2017 | 11am-2pm (45 minute lunch break – please bring a brown bag lunch as I will only provide water and snacks.)
My home | Carpinteria, CA. Address given upon registration.
Sign up by April 25th.
Bio: Kris Oster loves defying convention and is satisfied to be anything but ‘normal.’
She was a rock star marketing director and lead website developer for some pretty big names, including Citrix Online, E! Entertainment Television, Disney, ABC, Paramount Pictures. She even made her employer $1-million with a single e-newsletter once.
But, like you, she heard the siren’s call and decided to pursue a life of satisfaction, doing what she loves.
In her business and on her blog Kris inspires entrepreneurs who are determine to find more meaning in their business. Through coaching and consultations with heart-centered business owners, she helps them to uncover their own uniqueness and reveal their personal mythology.
When Kris isn’t working, you can find her basking along the Santa Barbara, CA coastline, playing her congas, playing in the surf with her 7-year old girl, or talking to Mer-Angels. Yup, literally.
Learn more about Kris Oster, Ph.D and her work: