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The Ultimate Marie Forleo B-School Bonus

The Ultimate Marie Forleo B-School Bonus

<< Good things come to those who hustle?? >>

Yes or no?

In my first company, people thought we came out of nowhere. In reality, we had been working around the clock for 3 years. Traffic was low and investors were nowhere to be seen. 💤

This was our philosophy: "We just have to hustle. Good things come to those who work hard."

This is only 1/2 the story.

We needed to know how to position ourselves in the market.

So do you.

‼️THIS is why I am offering the Publicity Prowess Accelerator for B-School.

You are dead in the water unless you differentiate.

You have more competitors than ever and less 💵💵 than they do to rise through the ranks.

Publicity Prowess Bonus gives you critical skills to get the attention of the Power Players in national media outlets, build partnerships, credibility, and clients… from Day One.

>Publicity Prowess makes you David in a world of Goliaths.<

It’s not just a simple webinar course that will teach you to start small, land small podcasts and blogs, write a few guests posts and in 20 years, get a national feature. (Hint: that is the backwards way to do it and a waste of time. Don’t fall for it.)

You will learn how to:

✔️Get featured in National Media outlets in 30 days (Wouldn’t you rather hire the coach featured in Fast Company, mindbodygreen, and Forbes? Of course you would… and so would your clients.)
✔️ Work with an award-winning visibility strategist 1:1 to refine your story… for free. I have placed first-time entrepreneurs in Forbes, O Magazine, Fast Company, mindbodygreen, Thrive Global, SHAPE, FOX Business, Entrepreneur, SUCCESS, and countless others.
✔️ Get in front of national media for custom connection and personal relationship-building… even if you are not in New York City and live in the middle of nowhere / foreign country / etc.

You will have a ninja skill that allows you to rocket to the top.

Verily landed the Breakout Story in the New York Post. 🎯Traffic went from 30,000 views per month to 280,000 views per month in 2 weeks. We landed 4 rounds of investor funding as an all-women team.

🆕🆕🆕Verily launched a global #NoPhotoshop movement that continues 8 years later. The rest is history. 🆕🆕🆕

If you don’t have a platform, you need to harness a bigger platform to accelerate your own. 🚀

Are you a go-getter who is ready to go big? Sign up here using my affiliate link to get Publicity Prowess Accelerator with lifetime access.

GET IT HERE: https://program.appleseedcommunications.co/publicity-prowess

No One Told Them About The 40 Foot Waves...

 

Not so long ago, Natalia, Laura, Emma, and Meg found themselves on top of a 40 foot wave staring down from their 29 foot pink boat named Doris. They were attempting to set a world record by being the first female team to successfully row the Pacific Ocean.

They were successful, journeying from San Francisco, CA for 254 days and over 8,400 miles to Cairns, Australia. When they set out, they didn't fully anticipate the harsh conditions, the ups and downs they would face on this epic journey.

Their example hit close to home for me and may resonate with you, too: entrepreneurs on a mission to change the world.

Founder of B-School, Marie Forleo says, “start before you’re ready” and “everything is figureoutable.” But as you go, no one tells you that you might run out of resources, face self-doubt, question the whole point, feel lonely, or wonder why there are sharks following you for two weeks (and not the good kind on Shark Tank.)

They also don’t tell you about the highs you will feel: landing your first client, closing your first round of funding, getting your first real office. Yay! No more days in the living room wearing PJs!

My friend, Emmy Award-winning documentary film maker Sarah Moshman just released the documentary, Losing Sight of Shore about these four women nationwide on Netflix, Amazon, and iTunes.

Although you might not be rowing the Pacific, it is inspiring and relevant because as they say “everyone has their own Pacific to cross.”

What is your Pacific?

I was lucky enough to be able to interview the women for the New York Times / Women in the World. Their insights and example continue to be tools that propel me along the journey. If you need a little motivation to crush it this week, check it out.