Tatiana Stepanova talks visual storytelling for coaches with Meg Ward

With all this digital communication around us, we need to somehow put out there what’s in our heads, right?This makes us spend lots of time to search for proper images to put in your social media planner or new coaching course presentation. And it’s sooo frustrating! I mean, surfing through tons of similar stock photos, that have nothing to deal with what you’re really going to say.How to make design work more fun, if you’re a coach and you’re doing it all by yourself? How to make your presentation more engaging with right visuals? Why do you need visual storytelling at all?Meg Ward helps coaches and therapists say what they do in a way that shows their clients why they’re worth what they charge. Her free Facebook group, Connect With Clients You Love, encourages and supports members to create regular content to attract their ideal clients. You can join the group here.PS: and sometimes doing presentation or visual work all by yourself isn’t really an option. Then I can help! Feel free to schedule a call and let’s see, how I can be of assistance.

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