confession: I didn't want to share this

I’ll be honest. Sometimes I get sick of marketing my workshops and programs. I wish there was a magic button that made anyone who gives a sh*t know about the event and register so that we can forfeit all the emails and facebook posts and tweets.

 

Unfortunately, that’s not the way the world works.

 

The challenge of any artist or entrepreneur is to get people to know about you and see/experience/join your stuff, so that you can keep creating and affecting people’s lives in a positive way, and they can receive your inspiration and use it in their own lives. No audience means no impact.

 

Would you agree?

 

According to business and marketing geniuses, it takes multiple times for someone to see something before they take action on it. (Remember this next time you share one email about something and just hear crickets.)

 

So I’ll cut to the chase. I want you in my workshop. I want to see you in person and dance with you until we both feel like kids again, and then ride that energy into the depths of our soul’s calling. So that you can walk away with clear ideas and bring them to life in a sustainable way. So that you plain and simply feel happier and more connected to who you are.

 

Sign up and join me here.

 

There are 2 perks to this particular workshop:

 

1. When you sign up TODAY, you get to bring a friend for free. Yes, that’s right. 2 for the price of 1.

 

2. We will have the pleasure of live music accompaniment. Artist/musician John Banrock will be playing his stuff for us so that we’ll get to experience even deeper levels of creative openings.

 

All the details are here.

 

While this won’t be the last time you’ll hear from me about this, I do encourage you to take action now. As Albert Einstein once said:

“Nothing happens until something moves.”

 

I guess when you believe in something so much and know what an amazing effect it can have on people’s lives, you’re willing to get past the annoyance of having to send multiple emails about it and the fear that you will be annoying people by pinging their inboxes and facebook walls so many times. While I’m sorry if I’m annoying you, I’m so dedicated to your creative dreams that I’m willing to take this risk.

 

Don’t stop sharing what you believe in. There is someone out there who is dying to hear your message - they just don’t know it yet.

 

Get past your fears with me here.

 

getting over myself for the sake of creative expression,

Jess