WORKSHOP : November 7, 2017.
Where the magic happens with Pete Mosley
***Unfortunately tickets to this event have now sold out – to join the waiting list send us an email***
Tuesday 7 November, 10-4pm
Delivered by: Pete Mosley
Tickets: £20 / standard, £15 / concessions
Is self-doubt stopping you from growing your creative business?
In this workshop, creative business expert Pete Mosley will show you how to overcome negative self-talk and develop effective strategies for self-promotion.
You know the feeling…You really want to get something done but your inner critic says it’s not going to happen.
Sometimes negative self-talk can stop you dead. Surprisingly, in evolutionary terms, your inner critic is there to keep you safe. But staying ‘safe’ and effective self-promotion don’t tend to go hand in hand. Here’s the good news – you can change all that.
In this powerful workshop Pete explains:
• How the neuroscience of storytelling can help you build and sustain your business
• How to make friends with your inner critic and turn negative self-talk to your advantage.
• Where the most powerful connections and relationships can be made.
• How to identify your real customers, win them and keep them
• Ways to manage this ‘customer journey’ effectively
Participants will leave with different ways of thinking about what’s holding them back – and an action plan to work on their own strategy for self-promotion.
Full day workshop – this workshop does not include lunch. As a workshop participant you will receive a discount at our onsite café, Oak Street Café Bar, or you are welcome to bring your own packed lunch with you.
Book your place here…
About Pete Mosley
Pete speaks and writes extensively about business and creativity – drawing on over thirty years of experience of working as a freelancer. He delivers talks, training events, seminars and professional development programmes for private companies, universities, colleges, business clubs and arts organisations across the UK. He is business editor/expert for craft&design magazine, and creates content for a wide range of magazines and blogs in the UK and overseas.
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