Think of a plan or strategy as your playbook for success in creating the presence you wish to have for any creative idea, business, or organization, and especially in the online world and with social media.
It doesn’t matter whether you are a small solo-entrepreneurial enterprise, a non-profit, an artist, a coach, a mid-size business with employees, or selling a product or a service—you’ll have much more success when you have clarity about your Presence and a purpose for every online action, like making posts on social media.
Join Susan M. Davis for an overview of the steps you can take for creating your personalized playbook. She’ll share the process she developed and some tools and “toys” that will make it more effective and FUN, with plenty of time for you to ask questions.
Susan is an experienced designer, marketing professional, and conversation radio and TV host, now living in Nevada City, after a successful entrepreneurial career of forty years in the San Francisco Bay Area.
She has received national honors, awards, and publication for contributions to education, broadcasting, and for work in the Sustainable Design/Green Building industry. What she loves most is being a co-creator, mentor, and connector, and to give voice to igniting positive change in the world.
She works both online and peer-to-peer by mentoring, consulting, facilitating, and hosting workshops in teaming, marketing, brainstorming, and social media. Susan has integrated her passions and talents in the areas of design, fine art, holistic sustainability, and business and marketing development into The Co-Creation Community offerings of The CoPassion Project, the A-Place-To-Call-Home project, and weekly Simple, Savvy, Sensational Social Media Strategies PlayShops. She is also enjoying getting back to her roots as a fine artist, and creating art for art’s sake.
Susan believes, as one of her main mentors has said, ”I don’t think of work as work and play as play . It’s all living. Have fun, work hard, the money will come. Don’t waste time, grab your chances. Have a positive outlook on life. If it’s not FUN, move on.” – Sir Richard Branson