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Write About Yourself So Clients Will Listen – Free Mini Course!

write-about-yourself-so-clients-will-listen-4250048A few hundred people have said these things to me recently:

Writing about myself is hard.  What do clients want to hear?  Do they care?  Do I sound dumb?

Bleh.  This sounds like everyone else.  My life just isn’t that interesting.

I’m a private person and I don’t want to share that much, anyway. 

And I thought, wait, they’re going about this the wrong way.  I should write some blog posts about this.

But then I realized –

What if I just made a mini free class so people could knock this out quickly, figure out what clients want to hear, AND have a 3-line bio finished at the end?

Yeah.  Let’s do that instead.

So I hunkered down for awhile, and now, I give you:

write-about-yourself-so-clients-will-listenWrite About Yourself So Clients Will Listen 

A 4-Email Mini Class

This class covers:

  • The secret skill you ALREADY HAVE that makes you an expert at writing about yourself. Yep. You heard me.
  • How to know exactly how much to share online (whether you’re the world’s biggest extrovert OR a more private person)
  • What clients actually want to hear about you + what persuades

By the time you’re done, you’ll have:

  • A short, 3-line bio that’s publish-ready!
  • A personalized cheat sheet of ideas to apply to longer “About” type pages
  • A clear view of how to comfortably talk about yourself in your blogging + social media practice

Read OR listen along:

You’ll get a written + an mp3 audio version each day. Listen while you edit or do dishes! (In order, the audio lasts 3, 9, 15, and 4 minutes, so it’ll fit right in with your day.)

And it’s free.

Let’s do this.

Drop your preferred email below, and get the first lesson right away! You’ll also receive email news and updates from me, and you can unsubscribe at any time.


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  1. laura on May 23, 2016 at 5:35 pm

    I’d love to receive the “write about yourself” class info. I don’t have a problem writing (as reflected on my website), but I do have a hard time as a photographer knowing WHAT potential clients want to hear about their potential photographer. Thank you!

    • Jenika on May 23, 2016 at 6:18 pm

      Hey Laura! Did you drop your email in? It’ll be on its way!

  2. Regina on May 23, 2016 at 11:52 pm

    Thank’s again. You have always seemed to know what I needed to know! It’s like you’re reading my mind.

  3. Gretchen on May 24, 2016 at 11:10 pm

    I’m so excited! Thanks!

  4. Daisy on May 27, 2016 at 10:10 am

    Just finished it, Jenika! It was useful and just short enough to absorb quickly. Thanks for breaking it down for us so simply. I have Irresistible Website myself and this is a nice companion to it. ?

    • Jenika on May 28, 2016 at 5:31 pm

      Woohoo! I’m so glad that it was helpful and speedy! Hope you do some great things with it, Daisy!

  5. Christian Lange on June 3, 2016 at 6:30 pm

    On the related topic: I’m always advising clients to “put a face on their business” because people want to know the person behind the company. The irony of that is that up to last week I didn’t have a photograph of myself on my studio’s website! So, I followed my own advise and it works! People contact me and feel like they’re not talking to a stranger!

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