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IASECP Webinar

5273 NE 31st avenue
Portland, OR 97211, US (map)

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  • Thursday
    May 20 2010
    5 Important strategies for self publishing your nonfiction book as a business building tool

    IASECP Webinar

    Kaya Singer | Awakening Business Solutions

    These days many people want to write “Their book!” It feels like getting something in print is one way to help build your business. This is true, however, how you write it, what you write about, who you write it to, what you want to accomplish and how you publish it makes a big difference in terms of meeting your goals.

    Kaya Singer (AwakeningBusiness.com) is the author of the newly published book, “Clear Your Focus, Grow Your Business: 7 Simple Steps to Empower Your Business and Bring Your Money and Freedom.” She helps successful small and solo business owners get clarity on what they need to do to overcome obstacles and take their business to the next level through her coaching programs, tools and seminars.

    Kaya has also recently launched a new online community for solo business owners who want real community. Awake Business TeaHouse. You are invited to come and have a peek.

  • Thursday
    Apr 22 2010
    Writing for an Invisible Audience | Susan Rich of RichWriting

    IASECP Webinar

    Are you writing for the internet? Whether you are writing website copy or blog postings, your goal is to resonate with an invisible audience.

    Write it Rich! Real-World Writing Tips for Reluctant Writers is a fast-paced workshop covers:

    * How to organize your thoughts and pick a key message
    * Ingredients for memorable online content (both written and video)
    * Tips and tricks to capture your target market’s attention *Q & A – strongly encouraged!

    Susan Rich has earned a degree in journalism…which led to a career writing for newspapers and magazines. Along the way she joined several major companies, including Boeing and Tektronix. She learned how airplanes fly (and why they crash), and what goes on inside a logic analyzer (it isn’t logical if you’re not an engineer). To that end, Susan managed PR and marketing campaigns, developed materials for product launches, and fought the good fight with Excel. She lost — which only goes to show that she writse better than she can build a spreadsheet. After two decades in the corporate sector, Susan left in 2004 to start her own business… Welcome Susan!

    You can learn more about Susan, her services, classes and events, and her company RichWriting here: RichWriting.com