October Chapter Meeting – Embracing the Power of Video to Maximize Your Impact and Growth
5 October 2017 @ 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm CDT$25.00 – $35.00
Video is quickly becoming a popular and growing medium for business
owners to spread their messages and reach more clients. In this
informative and interactive session, you’ll learn why video is important
for reaching new audiences, discover how it can help you grow your
business, and understand the tips, techniques, and tools you need to
make successful videos, even if you’re camera-shy. Isn’t it time you
embraced the power of video?
After attending this session, participants should be able to: 1.
Understand how video allows them to showcase their organizing knowledge
and expertise to audiences, which in turn, can help them grow their
businesses. 2. Identify roadblocks that keep them from getting in front
of the camera. 3. Learn tips and techniques for making videos that don’t
require an extensive technical background. 4. Discover a variety of
tools for making videos that won’t break the bank.
Liana George, of By George Organizing Solutions, knows that not everyone
may be as passionate about organizing as she is, but she does believe
that everyone can be organized. Her goal is to inspire those who are
overwhelmed by their chaos and help them transform it into an organized
lifestyle. In addition to working with clients, Liana is also a writer,
speaker, and teacher. When Liana isn’t organizing something, you can
find her spending time with her husband and 2 adult daughters, reading a
book, watching or playing tennis, or planning her next dive adventure.
Gayle Goddard doesn’t possess magical powers for making order out of chaos-just a natural sense of organization, a lot of empathy, and a keen insight into the relationships between people and their stuff. She spent more than 20 years organizing financial data as a CPA before turning her skill and passion for conquering clutter into a professional organizing business. As the Clutter Fairy, she offers one-on-one organizing, hands-on workshops, and ongoing support to help clients conquer clutter and focus on what they really want to be doing.