In this mini-course, you’ll learn: 

1) What people really want from you

Plus one thing they don't want, regardless of who you are and what you offer.

2) How to find opportunities to tell your story

By taking your experiences and sorting them into stories your people can relate to.


You'll receive:

- 5 video lessons

- a printable workbook

A mockup of the mini-course assets: a welcome video on a laptop, the cover of the "How to Come Up With Original Content" workbook, and an email from Show & Tell Academy on a smartphone.

This mini-course is for anyone who...

- is unsure of what to say to their audience.

- knows they have a story to tell and wants to tell it.

- wants an easy-to-use method for generating content ideas.

I believe every story is worth telling!

Meet your Brand Storytelling Coach

Hey Storyteller! I’m Dominique Wilson and I help overwhelmed entrepreneurs use storytelling to grow their audience. Like you, I was unsure of what to say to my audience. I was burnt out by never-ending content creation. I was frustrated with complicated marketing advice. And I was starting to lose confidence in my business idea. As an advertising creative, I’ve used storytelling for brands in automotive, home rental, small business services, hospitality, food service, and other industries. As a content creator and coach, I’ve used my personal story to help people feel good about themselves through social media and in-person workshops. Through both roles, I recognized the gap between what works for large, corporate brands and what works for small, personal brands. Ones often run by single-digit teams or even teams of one. I decided to help entrepreneurs who don't have: the budget to hire an agency, the perfect words to describe your vision, nor the time to become a personal branding expert. My goal for this course is that you'll be able to spend less time worrying about what to say to your audience and more time actually growing your business.
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