If you struggle with communicating your vegan values and feel like it’s a source of contention among your family and peers,
OR perhaps you’ve started thinking about taking your message of living compassionately to a larger audience, whether you would like to expand your outreach in your local area, or on big stages around the world...
then wait till you get a load of this episode!
because my guest, and friend, Carol Cox, is dishing up some amazing insights about how we can be effective communicators to a mainstream audience...whether that audience is in our homes, or everywhere else.
Carol Cox is the founder of Speaking Your Brand, which helps high-performing, purpose-driven women entrepreneurs and professionals create their signature talks (such as a keynote, TEDx, or business presentation) and this is to grow their business and become recognized as influencers in their fields.
Carol is the host of the Speaking Your Brand podcast and a sought-after speaker and trainer on public speaking, business storytelling, and women’s leadership. And during election seasons, she serves as a political analyst on TV news.
During this fun interview, we talk about:
She even has an EPIC free guide that will help you to engage your audience and move them into action while making what you have to share inspired and memorable (see link below).
And, Carol also has an amazing group coaching opportunity open for enrollment if you’re already a speaker and you’re looking to position yourself as a premium speaker to go after bigger stages (see link below).
FREE Guide: www.speakingyourbrand.com/epic
Group Coaching for Speakers: www.speakingyourbrand.com/group
Thanks for listening!
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FOR VEGAN AND PLANT-BASED COACHES - request to join our Coaching Like You Give a Damn group on Facebook for business support: https://www.facebook.com/groups/plantpoweredcoaches
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