- "My friend's a photographer."
- "My sister in law is a website designer and said she'd build my site."
- "My brother makes cat videos and said he'd make a promo video for me."
- "My best friend's a graphic designer. She's building my logo and my business cards."
How's that working out for you? If this describes you, your:
- constantly waiting on that friend to follow up about the photoshoot
- you've done the photoshoot, you have the images but nowhere to put them because you don't have the brainpower or time to figure out the whole "easy" site tutorial videos
- you've got a website but you cringe a little bit anytime someone asks for the URL
- You're running your business, wearing however many hats you already wear, the last thing you need is another impromptu "creative design executive" "website figure-outter" "iMovie tutorial DIYer" hat for creating your marketing collateral.
What's worse, you know that if you go on this way, that steady pang of anxiety in the back of your mind will turn into full blown panic attacks about how your marketing materials needing to be updated, you'll continue missing sales because your confidence continues to plummet and your inquiring client went with your competitor (whose marketing is on point), you'll keep taking on your not-so ideal clients (that drive you insane), you'll look up and see 5 years have passed, and the next thing you know you'll be nose diving your way into a pool of self pity, self-sabotage and other stinky things so no one will want to hang out with you because your doing all kinds of meanie-peanie hood rat things to yourself and those you love.
Kimberly "Sweet Brown" Wilkins, you couldn't have said it any better...
AINT NOBODY GOT TIME FOR THAT!
I get it because I was you. I was THE. WORST.
In 2014 I started my own videography business speaking of things like "lifestyle design" "autonomy" "freedom" and the next thing I knew I was working 70 hours a week, created a monster of a business that was controlling my time, life, and health (snacking was one of my go-to forms of procrastination!), and I'd lost touch with my friends. Somewhere along the way I lost the reigns...I'd lost touch with my "why": why I became an entrepreneur in the first place.
After a swift kick to the ass reading Stephen Pressfields The War Of Art I experienced first hand the power of having compelling, clear marketing and what it did for my business, the power of accountability and goal + vision setting and now I want to help you do the same.
WEBSITES, VISUALS + MARKETING STRATEGY THAT PACKS A PUNCH
What if you could have marketing materials that:
- Attracts and regularly books your dream clients (You know, the wake up and think, "Oh my gosh, I love my work I love my life I'm making bank and I can't wait to get this day started," kinda clients.)
- Sells for you: rather than repeating yourself over and over every time you meet a potential client you can confidently give them one of your (swanky) business cards that directs them to your site which is filled with mouth-watering photos, videos and rich content that builds rapport, gains trust, answering and addresses 90% of their obstacles or reasons for not buying... without you wasting a syllable
- Win over potential clients in the first 3.5 seconds of landing on your site
We partner together to create compelling actionable projects and plans that are clear, crisp and compelling.