Are you struggling to find your voice in a crowded market? Do you want to attract aligned clients and build a joyful and sustainable business? Then you won’t want to miss this episode where we speak with Joanna Ingram, a Brand Messaging Activator and Business Coach. Joanna shares how to embrace your unique brilliance and clarify your authentic messaging so you can stand out from the crowd and be paid for being authentically you.

Listen in as Joanna shares practical tips and strategies on how to attract and repel for unapologetic success, as well as how to stand out in your industry. She provides insights into the current trends in the market, offers advice for stepping into new levels of authority, and emphasizes the importance of evoking the “know, like, and trust” factor. Joanna also talks about creating a personal brand, differentiating yourself, and the significance of acknowledging that you can’t be everything to everyone.

What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:

  • How to attract your most soul-aligned clients.
  • Advice for stepping into new levels of authority.
  • The current trends in the market.
  • How to create a personal brand.
  • The importance of evoking that “know, like, and trust” factor.
  • How to set yourself apart from a saturated market.

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Ideas Worth Sharing:

Those who are going to survive during these recessionary times are those who set themselves apart and create brands that evoke 'know, like, and trust.' – Joanna Ingram Click To Tweet

Personal branding is all about creating that attract and repel piece. You cannot be all things to all people. – Joanna Ingram Click To Tweet

Being able to describe what you do succinctly, clearly, and with enthusiasm and passion is going to be one of the first things you should have in place when creating your brand. – Joanna Ingram Click To Tweet

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