Why Your Marketing is More Important
Than Your Mastery
Fri, Aug 17, 2018 | 9:30 – 11am MST
What should I expect?
Do you think that being the “best” is going to build your business and make you successful? Think again! Are you smart, talented, and highly educated and still struggle while your less skilled competition soars and wonder why? Because, your marketing is much more important than your mastery! Buckle up and learn the top tips, tools, secrets, and strategies that will get you into the marketing mindset that will take your business to the next level!
How will I be empowered?
- Learn the secrets of a marketing mindset
- Discover the power of defining your value proposition
- Step up, stand out, and embrace the most underutilized strategy
9200 E Mineral Ave, Centennial, CO, 80112
Who is this Aimee Cohen?
Best-selling author, nationally recognized career expert, and women’s career development advocate, Aimee has transformed the lives and careers of hundreds of women (and men, too!). Author of the game-changing book
WOMAN UP! Overcome the 7 Deadly Sins that Sabotage Your Success , Aimee is the career dream-maker who delivers a motivating call to action and the practical tools needed to succeed.
Aimee delivers dynamic, engaging, and high-impact presentations blending inspiration, humor, and expertise that empower women to take control of their careers. After more than 20 years and nearly a 100% success rate as an executive career coach, Aimee shares her secret strategies, tips, tools, processes and practical action steps to catapult your career. In any industry, for any audience, her polished and powerful presentations on today’s hottest workplace topics will entertain as they empower you to manage your career like a boss and Woman UP!
“Aimee is empowering and inspiring…her WOMAN UP! message combines your best girlfriend and an elite career expert in one powerful package! Aimee’s advice is easy to follow and gets results!”
– Teresa Taylor, Former COO, Qwest Communications
Why should I trust Aimee?
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