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Tea Silvestre
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Helping folks listen deeply, tell better stories and build stronger businesses.
Helping folks listen deeply, tell better stories and build stronger businesses.

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"Before working with Tea, I felt lost, frustrated, and alone. There was a HUGE hill I had to climb with marketing my book and I honestly felt a bit incompetent.

Today, I feel accomplished, centered, and confident. I've got a fabulous website, a marketing plan that I know how to implement, and the fog has lifted. My book is out and people are buying it!"

-- Pamela Dennis, PhD, author "Exit Signs: The Expressway to Selling Your Company with Pride and Profit"

It's SO gratifying to help folks get their work out to the world. Thank YOU, Pamela Dennis, for this beautiful testimonial!

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Is it a poem? Is it a manifesto? You be the judge... http://storybistro.com/its-time-to-build-a-full-figure-business/

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We all want to create a Signature Program or a package that builds our brand. Something that's so deliciously attractive to our right people that they can't help but say yes. But have you thought about how your programs and packages actually deliver on your promises? Do you understand the true emotional benefits of what your clients achieve when they put your program to use?

Join us for this month's FREE mini-workshop and we'll look at how to get started creating a program or package that works for both you and your clients.

NOTE: This is a ZERO sales pitch event and is offered as a taste of the deeper learning and coaching that's available via my Digital Dining Room program (http://digitaldiningroom.com). While this event is free to attend, only DDR members have access to the recording. You must attend live to get access to this workshop.

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This is important stuff from +Gabrielle Taylor-Williams. If you know you have "issues" about being seen or putting yourself out there, please read.

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Have you RSVP'd yet? We'd love to see you on Monday for this FREE (and with ZERO sales pitches) workshop on creating and establishing systems in your biz.
Do you have enough time in the day to accomplish all your marketing tasks? If you're like most of us, the answer is no.

That's where systems come in. If you haven't yet established systems in your business to help facilitate and automate repetitive tasks, this is a workshop you won't want to miss.

Special Guest, Lisa Burger, Digital Strategist & Technology Coach (learn more at LisaBurger.com)

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Would you like to come to this year's Storytelling Soiree as my guest? I'm giving away ONE in-person seat and TEN virtual seats. Learn more about the event here: http://bit.ly/soireepdx and then ENTER the giveaway using the link below:

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Do you have enough time in the day to accomplish all your marketing tasks? If you're like most of us, the answer is no.

That's where systems come in. If you haven't yet established systems in your business to help facilitate and automate repetitive tasks, this is a workshop you won't want to miss.

Special Guest, Lisa Burger, Digital Strategist & Technology Coach (learn more at LisaBurger.com)

Once there was a solo biz owner who despised traditional marketing and sales. She hated the ick-factor of mainstream internet marketing and was uber-frustrated with all the focus on epic things and "crushing it" online.

But she also knew she needed to do something if she was ever going to make her business grow and sustain itself (and her).
One day, she heard about a new approach that focused on the importance of relationships and sharing stories.

She did a bit of poking around and learned that this particular method also championed her unique needs, talents, and resources. There were no "shoulds," "blueprints," or "roadmaps" to follow. And she wouldn't have to make herself crazy doing ALL THE THINGS.

This excited her, and she longed to put this method to work.

Luckily, there was a 2-day workshop scheduled in the next month: The Small Biz Storytelling Soirée.

The event promised to teach her a simple framework she could use to build her own beautiful and creative (and totally doable) marketing plan.

"I see it's happening in Portland, and that I can either attend live in-person or watch via the Internet," she said. And so she registered.

Immediately, she was introduced to other attendees via a private Facebook group. She got to network and get to know the others and hear about their lives and businesses. She felt seen, heard, and cared for. And she knew this would be a special turning point in her business...

Would you like to join her? We've saved you a seat: http://bit.ly/soireepdx

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