Stand out from the crowd

There is such huge pressure for new beginnings in January. Reflecting on the month I’ve had, it’s been more about recalibration, in preparation for new things.

Rather than be frustrated, I’m reminding myself that, ultimately, we can start whenever we like!

For those who are working on starting (or restarting/refreshing/revamping) a business, I’m running a 3-part workshop in London, in collaboration with business coach, Danielle Anderson of Step and Stone. It’s titled, ‘Stand out from the crowd.’

The sessions will cover: identifying and crafting your unique voice; building an online presence that is in alignment with this and; leveraging the power of social media, with confidence. We want you to be able to market your business in a way that’s authentic to you, effective and fun!

You can take one or all three sessions for a comprehensive foundation. Find out more details here.

I’d love for you to join us!

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Afri-love and Step and Stone present: ClarityCall – 10th January 2015

I know many of us are counting down to Christmas and the opportunity to take a break; spend quality time with family and friends and; rejuvenate our energy and spirits. For some people, thinking about work is the last thing they want to do as the year rolls to a close. But for a few of us, whose work is fuelled by passion and a desire to realise a dream, there is no ‘off’ button. If you’re anything like me, you’re looking forward to the down time, so that you can spend it strategising and planning how to take your business to the next level, in 2015.

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5 Better Ways to Network: Entrepreneurs Need People, Part III

The term ‘networking’ used to put me off. I’d imagine an awkward room full of strangers, standing around trying to impress others. Others who, had already made up their minds about who they were going to pay attention to or not.

Cynical, I know but, I’d spent countless evenings at networking events, hoping for a different experience, in vain. Instead, I’d come home feeling, if I’m honest, a bit less confident and wondering if there was something wrong with me.

Yup, been there. Over it.

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