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In today’s episode, The Authority Gang shares about the importance of visibility and how it grows your business.

The talk about the key elements including your core marketing message, ways to get out there, consistency and how it does not all come at once. If you want to get Samantha’s create your first digital product idea resource go to https://bit.ly/digitalproductidea

One of the key elements of becoming an Authority is the people you surround yourself with. In 2020 four women, Kim Thompson-Pinder, Samantha King, Carol Boston, and Krystle Dookoo all met at an online networking meeting and found that not only did they all really like each other but had valuable skills, talents, and abilities that could help each other grow their businesses faster.

In October they decided to become the Authority Gang and over the next year, they have dedicated themselves to become a force to be reckoned with as they teach, train, and support entrepreneurs in the seven key business building blocks: Authority Marketing, Sales, Communication, Networking, Social Media, Promotion, and Leadership. You will be seeing the four of them all over social media and once a month featured here on the podcast.

Carol Boston

I am known as the Queen of Reframe, for I can reframe almost any challenge and give you a new way of viewing it and a strategic plan to take you in a new direction. I help women business owners to know their value, own their power and advocate for themselves, so they can rise up and become the Lioness Leaders they were created to be! My clients describe me as “relentless” in making sure they get amazing results and many of them double or triple their income!

www.CarolBoston.com

Samantha King

Fempire Builders founder and CEO, Samantha King, has balanced multiple roles and careers in her life – and succeeded in every single one. Her ability to see and encourage the potential in others has led to the success of Fempire Builders.

Now Samantha’s aim is to motivate and plant the seeds of success in other female entrepreneurs across Canada!

www.fempirebuilders.com

Krystle Dookoo

My company, Imagerie Mentors was established in 2015 as a way to help individuals, entrepreneurs and small businesses build and maintain an online presence while sharing their passion with their targeted audience. My goal is to take my client’s passions and ensure that their brand, their mission, and their message are vividly and beautifully reflected in their various social media platforms. I am a firm believer in community building, and I enjoy creating a space where people can come together and connect with one another. The goal is to encourage support and to bring together entrepreneurs and professionals alike.

www.linkedin.com/in/krystledookoo/ 

EP 166- I Got A Book – What Else Do I Need?

EP 166- I Got A Book – What Else Do I Need?

Kim & Juanita start a series of episodes focusing on entrepreneurs who already have books and want to know how to use them to position themselves as Authorities in their niche. In this episode they lay a foundation and also talking about the first key building block and that is Marketing.

EP 164- The Connect, Equip & Encourage Sales System With Kim Thompson-Pinder

EP 164- The Connect, Equip & Encourage Sales System With Kim Thompson-Pinder

In this episode, Kim shares about the simple sales system that she has used to sell over $200 000 in packages to her clients. It is a system that anyone can adapt and the great thing is that is cost nothing to implement except time.

Have you ever looked at a blank computer screen in frustration because the words won’t come because you are afraid it won’t sound right? Or worse, that it won’t be received well?

EP 162- Book Publishing Basics With Kim Thompson-Pinder and Juanita Wootton-Radko

EP 162- Book Publishing Basics With Kim Thompson-Pinder and Juanita Wootton-Radko

In today’s episode, Kim and Juanita talk about when you need to have before you publish your book including having your KDP Account setup, your book properly formatted for both print and Kindle, getting your covers sized right, do you need an ISBN and so much more.

Have you ever looked at a blank computer screen in frustration because the words won’t come because you are afraid it won’t sound right? Or worse, that it won’t be received well?

Ep 160 Homophones With Juanita Wootton-Radko

Ep 160 Homophones With Juanita Wootton-Radko

Do you ever mix up there, they’re and their? The reason for the confusion is that they are homophones. There are many words that sound the same but have different meanings. How do you know when you are using them correctly? On today’s Writer’s Workshop episode, Juanita shares Juanita gives you some tips to figure it out!