Your Client’s Hero Journey written by Elizabeth Johnston - Author Professor Entrepreneur

December 9, 2016

In today’s economic climate, more and more people want to do business with people they know, like and trust. The way to build that relationship is through sharing the right story to attract the ideal client. Yet, for many entrepreneurs, storytelling isn’t second-nature. 

When you’re an entrepreneur or small business owner, you often have so many balls to juggle that there just isn’t enough time to do all of that and spend countless hours writing in circles. What you want is a clear and compelling narrative that will attract the clients you really want to work with and with whom you can make the most impact.

This is where I come in. I’m a published author. My writing has been featured in dozens of magazines, newspapers and online publications including The Huffington Post and The Good Men Project. As a creative entrepreneur, I help business owners tell their story so they can do what they do best -- connect with their ideal clients.

As a special, one-time offer, I will write the story of your ideal client’s hero journey for you. You can use it on your home page and throughout your marketing messaging on your website, in your social media, and in your autoresponder messages. Having a clearly articulated client story helps you better frame your products and services so that your clients achieve stellar success working with you and your particular transformational system.

If you want to have a done-for-you client hero story so that you can focus on growing your business, then get in contact with me at info@ownyourcreativity.com.

For this service, I usually charge $1000, but for a limited period, I'm offering it for only $497 and only to the first 10 people.

This is the ideal time to book me to write your client's hero journey now so that you are all set to make a huge difference in 2017!

 

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Creativity, Ritual & Raspberries. Sofia Wren. 43

November 16, 2016

Sofia Wren helps writers and creatives ready to get themselves out there in a bigger way, who want to make faster progress and reach more people. She guides them to get comfortable being seen for who they truly are and to expose their work and message to more people.  Sofia Wren provides writers and creatives with intuitive, practical support to help them reach their creative goals.

She has been writing daily since 2009, and has helped dozens of writers start and maintain writing practices. Her work is featured in magazines online such as Quantum Success Magazine, and Silent Voices UK. 

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It’s A Choice. Dr. Paul Jenkins. Positivity Speaker & Coach. 42

November 9, 2016
About Dr. Paul

Summary

I am a psychologist.  I started into school thinking that I would become an engineer, in fact I was a chemical engineering major when I started at BYU way back in 1984.  I figured I could make some money using all of those sweet math and science skills that came pretty easily to me.  I chose to become a psychologist when I realized that I have a passion for assisting others to live their life on purpose.  There is far too much negativity, fear, and doubt in the world.  I am on a mission to lift and inspire my fellow human beings to create and live a life they love.  When I made the shift to psychology, I found out quickly that not only do I have a love and passion for what I do, I’m also really good at it.  When I do my thing, people’s lives are changed for the better.  I don’t say this to brag, but to acknowledge that I am in my element.  I believe that everyone has a “sweet spot” or a “unique mission” in life, and your sweet spot is when you do what you love for the people who love what you do.  I also believe that you have the ability to create a life around your unique mission which has a two-fold effect:  First, you begin to love your life – Second, you generate wealth.  Some people have commented to me, “Dr. Paul, you are so lucky to have a job that you love!”  Lucky??!  I made this.

I am a man of faith.  I make no apologies for this because it is my faith that gives meaning and context to everything that I do.  Those who work with me are perfectly welcomed and encouraged to include discussions about faith and the role that it plays in their life.  I’m not here to  impose my beliefs on others, and I’m not here as your spiritual advisor.  I do believe, however, that our relationship with our creator is the first key relationship we have, and that as we understand our source, life begins to make more sense.  I’m happy to share my faith and beliefs with anyone who asks – feel free to ask me about this or get a quick summary here.

In addition to my unique mission and my faith, the love of my life is that sweet lady in the picture with me.  Vicki and I were married in 1988 and it just keeps getting better.  We have four wonderful children – Ryan, Adam, Brennan, and Lyndi.  We have made our home in the beautiful mountains of Utah.  I think the best is yet to come!

 

My Faith

I was raised in the high mountain valleys of Utah, where my Mormon Pioneer ancestors fled after being persecuted for their religious beliefs.  My family has been faithful members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints for generations back on both sides.  I was raised in this faith, and have matured into my own commitment and understanding of the principles of the gospel of Jesus Christ.  Vicki and I met as we were both serving voluntary proselyting missions for the Church in Finland.  This gave us a good start on our relationship with common beliefs and experiences – and we both speak fluent Finnish as a result!  We believe that family relationships extend beyond this mortal life, and that through adherence to certain principles we can be together forever.  This adds great meaning and value to our lives.  We have raised our children in the Church as well, and at the time of this writing three of our sons have also served missions; Ryan in Fresno California (speaking Spanish), Adam in Stockholm Sweden, and Brennan in Los Angeles California (speaking Korean).  We both commit a portion of our time to voluntary service in the Church and in the community where we live.  The Church has a lay ministry with no paid clergy.  I have served twice as the Bishop of a congregation, and currently teach a Sunday School class of 14 and 15 year old youth.  My faith is a great blessing in my life and has been a defining factor for me as I have created my purposes.

Learn more about The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints at http://lds.org and at http://mormon.org

If you are a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and would like to see an application of some counseling principles for couples click here.

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Creative Output Depends Upon Creative Input. Ann Douglas. Author & Radio Host. 41

November 2, 2016

Ann Douglas sparks conversations that matter about parenting and mental health. She is a bestselling parenting author (her most recent book is Parenting Through the Storm) and the weekend parenting columnist for CBC Radio. A passionate and inspiring speaker, Ann delivers keynote addresses and leads small-group workshops at health, parenting, and education conferences across the country.

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Ann Douglas  
Author, radio columnist, speaker
Sparking conversations that matter about parenting and mental health
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Creativity & Motivation. Rob Dial. Coach & Podcaster. 40

October 26, 2016

Rob Dial believes that leaders are not born, they are groomed. From the time Rob started working with Dean, he has inspired the vision that leaders must first develop a clear purpose and align their behaviors with that purpose to create a worthy future. Today, Rob and Dean inspire a massive amount of people through podcasting, blogging and book writing that teach people to lead by example in every facet of their life.

Rob believes that if you help enough people get what they want, the rest is taken care of. Rob is passionate about his music career and helping people find out what they were put on Earth to do.

https://www.facebook.com/mwfmotivation/

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Creativity is a Conscious Practice. Luis Congdon. Podcaster. 39

October 19, 2016

Luis Congdon is on a mission to help others find their freedom through creating podcasts that help you get your message heard, grow an audience and make money. He has gone from homeless to running a six figure business in less than two years, and interviews experts & celebrities all around the world to enlighten, inspire & inform his listeners on how to improve their personal and professional life. “Thriving Launch” is now one of the top rated podcasts on iTunes, which broadcasts multiple times per week. You can check it out here: ThrivinggLaunch.com

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Creativity Makes Us Whole. Ellen Koronet. Chief Fun Officer. 38

October 12, 2016

Ellen Koronet, Principal and Chief Fun Officer

ellenkoronet@LNKcreative.com

 

As Principal & Chief Fun Officer of LNK Creative, Ellen designs and hosts interactive personality quizzes and assessments to expand reach, generate warm leads, and interact with customers. An Anthropologist by training, she spent over three decades as a focus group moderator and marketing research executive, serving Fortune 500 corporations. At conferences and venues such as Florida Creativity Weekend, MD Business Women, QRCA, On Purpose Women, a Robotics Team, and Communication Central (an editor/freelancer conference), she applies deep insight to business and personal conundrums, often based on her signature system of Inner Muse & Mentor archetypes.

 

You can find her in person at

·      2016 On Purpose Woman Conference on October 21-22, 2016 in Baltimore MD www.OnPurposeWomanConference.com

·      Florida Creativity Weekend Conference in March 24-26, 2017 in Sarasota FL www.FLcreativity.com (Last year’s speakers are still available here: www.nonage.org/client/flcw2016b/)

 

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Creativity is Bringing Things to Life. Scott Wilhite. Social Entrepreneur. 37

October 10, 2016
Scott Wilhite  is an award-winning commercial filmmaker turned social entrepreneur. As a writer, producer, and director he was enjoying a promising creative career without actually enjoying it. During ten of his most productive years he found them to also be ten of his darkest, most unsatisfying years. He felt directionless and that his life was missing purpose and meaning. 

This all changed when a friend introduced him to the world of positive psychology and showed him the difference that comes from deliberately, consciously choosing what he mentally focuses on. With his personal transformation, he wanted to make the education easily accessible to others. He created the Feed Your Happy app as a mobile mindset conditioning tool, founded nCOURAGE.LIFE, produced a 40-part video series called 2 min to HAPPY, and authored the soon-to-be-released book The 7 Core Skills of Everyday Happiness: Scientifically Proven Skills For a Happier, More Meaningful Life. 

“I had no idea happiness was a skill. I thought I was just a ‘tortured artist,’ and that that’s the kind of life I should expect being in the creative field,” he says. Now he uses all of his creative talents to package mindset skill training for others so they can spiral up and live with intention. 

Scott has a beautiful wife who teaches high school, four kids who don’t fight, and lives high up in the Rocky Mountains. 

More on nCOURAGE can be found at: nCOURAGE.LIFE
More on Scott’s films can be found at: BigSherpa.tv/films
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