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Feeling nervous about marketing right now?

Not sure whether you should be marketing or not?  Not sure where or how or even if it is appropriate to be promoting yourself or your business with what is happening around country and the world?

We find ourselves in very interesting times to be in business.

Global lockdowns have meant most businesses have been forced to shut temporarily or closedown for good.  Many businesses and people are facing serious hardships, so it is natural to feel nervous about marketing.

I truly believe that the more small and medium businesses that can successfully get through this time, the better.  SMEs do so much good for the economy and the world and it is extremely sad to see so many businesses are suffering so badly.

That is why I am starting up regular (absolutely free) online trainings again to give back and help SMEs to get back on their feet and move forward right now.

I’ve been in business for over 18 years now and have got through some massive hardships, including getting out of $250,000 of bad debt, during the Global Financial Crisis of 2006, with a new-born baby in tow.

These trainings will be value-packed with practical tips and strategies that you can take and implement straight away to improve your business, no matter where it is at right now.

The first online training is all about marketing; What is the most effective marketing to do right now, where to do it and uncovering the blocks that are stopping you from doing it.  It is going to be good!

>>> Click here to watch the replay of this training

Here’s to creating your amazing business.




Kim Baird

Author Kim Baird

Kim Baird is an inspirational speaker, award winning author, transformational coach and entrepreneur. Kim has helped thousands of people to transform their lives and their businesses for the better. She has a passion for living life full out by her own rules and absolutely loves helping others to do the same. Kim specialises in transforming people’s ‘Inner Game’ to get them unstuck, expanding and creating more than they thought possible.

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