Marketing for People Who Like to Make Their Own Rules

  • Monday, July 29, 2024
  • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
  • Zoom



Marketing for People Who Like to

Make Their Own Rules

July 29, 2024 
11:30am - 1:00pm 

CCEs - CC .75

As coaches, we experience two kinds of noise that get in the way of us growing our businesses the way we want to. The first is the external noise that tells us what we MUST DO to grow our businesses – as in “you MUST use this customer management software” or “you MUST master the social media algorithms”.

The second is the internal voice that tells us that we’re probably doing it wrong, as in “my website isn’t ready to go public” or “I’m charging too much/too little”. What if success came from blocking out the external noise -- and trusting a kinder, smarter, more compassionate, and intuitive internal voice that knows what works for you?

Join us as Deborah shares her approach to boosting your bottom-line, client outcomes, and mental wellbeing.

Outcomes of this session include:

1. Learning to listen to the voices you trust about marketing, sales, and business development – and blocking out the others

2. Embracing anti-perfectionism and start achieving business outcomes more quickly

3. Leveraging your network of coaches as key advisors, collaborators, and referral partners.

Deborah Grayson Riegel 

Recognized in the top 2% of female entrepreneurs! Deborah is a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) and for over 20 years has been teaching, coaching, and writing about leadership communication, helping global leaders and teams communicate more effectively in a dynamic and diverse marketplace. As an Adjunct Faculty at Duke University - The Fuqua School of Business, and a Leadership Communication Instructor at Columbia Business School Executive Education, she designs and delivers custom programs that enhance the skills and impact of senior executives across various industries and sectors. 

With a #1 bestselling book, "Go To Help: 31 Strategies to Offer, Ask for, and Accept Help", and multiple articles on topics such as feedback, influence, conflict, and collaboration, Deborah draws on her background in cognitive and social psychology, appreciative inquiry, and improv comedy to offer practical, research-based, and engaging solutions to common workplace challenges.

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