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Krystle joins Kim on the podcast to talk about the power of your story and how you can use it to build your business. When you are authentic and share who you are and what you have been through it creates a connection with potential clients and customers.
Krystle Dookoo’s passion is helping others reach their goals. Since she was a little girl, her dream was to always be in a field where she can be of service to others. As the years went by, it’s safe to say she is living that passion every day.
With over 13 years of experience in the Higher education industry – Krystle derives joy from helping students enroll in their degree program of choice. Helping them achieve their educational goals by guiding them through the college application process is something Krystle hopes to continue doing. Her belief in education and helping students bridge that gap is something that is dear to her.
In addition to working with students, Krystle also maintains a social media marketing business. She started her company, Imagerie Mentors, four and half years ago as a way to help entrepreneurs and small business owners build and maintain an online presence while sharing their business and their passion with their targeted audience.
Krystle believes in community building and 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. Her belief is, the more we support one another, the stronger we become.
Krystle is currently working on her book. It’s a memoir focusing on themes such as a parent’s sacrificial love, grief, depression and finding your purpose.
Claudine joins Kim to discuss the current situation for entrepreneurs in 2020 with Covid and how you can change your 2021 so that it is your best year ever!!! Two of the best things you can do is to continue to shine and create an action plan to move forward.
Linda joins Kim to talk about the difference between communication and conversations, how to introduce yourself, how men and women communicate differently, and her experiences with working with a publisher and not understanding the consequences of it.
Kim & Juanita discuss why you need to have a content plan, how it fits into building Authority, what should be in your plan and how often you need to post.
In today’s episode, The Authority Gang share the ins and outs of selling with confidence and are you giving too much information instead of asking for the sale.
On today’s Writer’s Workshop episode, Juanita shares how to end your writing strong and not leave your audience feeling like a bad break up and glad to get away from it.
When two word ninjas get together to talk about the power of words you want to listen. Susan joins Kim on the show to talk about email marketing and how you can use it to gain authority and more clientele.
Kim and Juanita continue their conversation on how to end the year strong in your business including:
Marketing. Do a review of your target market and the core message that you send to them. Is it still relevant?
Spoken & Written Delivery. Are you focusing on balancing out both skills to present a complete package?
In today’s episode, Juanita continues her training on how to use descriptive language in your writing to elevate it and make it more attractive to the reader.
Kim & Juanita continue their talk about ways to advertise and get your book out there, including your Amazon Author Page, how to use social media and understanding Amazon’s Algorithm.
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.