CLIC Track Tele-Course
Imagine a way to instantly communicate completely to your potential customers so that the relationship between you and them would "click!" There is such a method... one that gives your systems to tap into your power, align your business and develop the right communication tools.
There's no need to imagine anymore. Our CLIC Track tele-course does that. It is the guided experience of the first-ever BrandU™ branding process. No more guessing, hoping or trusting others to find the right communication for your business– BrandU's co-creators, Kim Castle and W. Vito Montone, will guide your through the entire process of developing your business as a brand. This assistance assures that you will develop actionable changes, avoiding one of the "15 Mistakes that Kills Business Success" (get the free report at the top right corner of every page). Your branding results will save you time and money, and serve as an endless source of fuel for you.
In just thirteen one-hour sessions on the phone, you'll be walked through the entire branding process using your complimentary copy of the BrandU™ Bible. It's a classroom via the phone. You'll receive assigned homework, be able to share your results, ask questions and learn from other Brand Warriors. Each week a different developing brand will be featured for personal attention. By the end of the course, you'll have complete guidance for creating your own Brand Bible. If you miss a session, no problem, you'll have access to all session archives.
In this thirteen part tele-course you will:
have personal guidance to assist you in developing your brand
walk through the entire four-step Brand Statement process
walk through the entire four-step CLIC process of external communication tools
develop a name, tagline and a marketing statement, whichever is appropriate to your situation
be shown how to use your Brand Bible to create all the tools you will need to communicate your brand and make solid business decisions
have access to an exclusive community of like-minded entrepreneurs and small businesspersons