Tuesday, September 15, 2020 from 12:00 PM to 1:30 PM CDT
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You've spent years gaining knowledge in a passionate career. You’ve seen problems in your industry that need to change, and you yearn to facilitate that change. You’re done with systems that keep people down, and you have ideas for making things better. If your consultancy has been germinating in your mind, it’s time to bring it out. 

Whether you’re a side-gigger, fully self employed, or reshaping your current business, this webinar will help you consider critical strategies for launching your consulting business. These recommendations are what founder Suzi Hunn wishes she’d had when she started out on her own. She wants to help you leverage her successes and avoid her mistakes, all while using your voice, generating income, and most importantly, making an impact.

In this webinar, you'll explore how to:

  • Map your market sweet spot
  • Conduct a field study of what's out there, so you can stand out
  • Strategize your first offering package

Presented By: Suzi Hunn, Learning Strategist, Teach Your Thing

Suzi Hunn thrives at the intersection of education and entrepreneurship. Her mission is helping small businesses change lives through teaching what they know. She has developed engaging learning experiences for founders, authors, social-studies students, K-12 teachers, corporate franchisees, and a sales team.

She loved her 15 years as a curriculum writer and teacher trainer at the Minnesota Historical Society. After discovering the Good Life Project podcast, she fell in love with entrepreneurship. Suzi sees today’s gig economy as an opportunity for cultivating fulfillment, building community, and generating income.

She founded Teach Your Thing in 2017. Since then, she has reinforced her view that education is one of the best tools for business success.