Brand Research & Exploration
❤️🔥 Use client questionnaires to cut through the fluff and get the info you *actually* need.
❤️🔥 Discover the exact strategic questions and follow-ups you need to ask every client.
❤️🔥 Guide your client to use Pinterest in a more powerful, intentional way.
❤️🔥 Run a live strategy session for maximum impact (including how to prep, what to say, and how to respond when things get awkward).
A closer peek inside your curriculum…
❤️🔥 Confidently analyze the market to nail down your client’s brand “map”—AKA their *~priceless*~ compass for navigating their niche.
❤️🔥 Learn the seven concepts that will help your clients develop a lasting, unmistakable brand and find their voice—instead of switching it up every 6 months to look like their latest obsession.
❤️🔥 Define your client’s core values to cultivate a sense of focus and instill some confidence in their unique offering (they’ll love ya for this).
❤️🔥 Engineer your research into design solutions that don’t just look good–they solve genuine problems.
Presenting Your Brand Strategy
❤️🔥 Organize and present a good-lookin’ Brand Carryall to wow your clients. And see the exact layout and content of mine, which I credit for completely changing my business.
❤️🔥 Learn exactly what to say and do before you hit “send” on your Brand Carryall (this is gonna completely erase your email anxiety).
❤️🔥 Find out the three crucial steps I use to capture feedback, get in my client’s head, and present so it feels more like a conversation than shoving something into their face.
❤️🔥 Handle feedback like a pro by working on your mindset and following scripts for different types of requests.
Creating the design and brand deliverables
❤️🔥 Learn how to communicate your client’s brand values and voice through design
❤️🔥 Discover exactly how and where to apply strategic elements to your designs
❤️🔥 Design a logo that feels custom and cool without alienating people.
❤️🔥 Build a high-converting website that feels like an engaging story (including the HUGE thing every website needs—but barely any have).
I want ittt!