Just Show Up!

Hi! I'm Michelle and I want to help you show up for your online community.

We talk a lot about the importance of consistency. But what's stopping you from showing up?

Seriously. It could be that you are missing one of these 5 things:

-An accountability partner

-A clear goal

-A plan to get there

-The time and space to work on it

-The right tools for the job.

The Just Show Up! Webinar will delve into these topics and more as we discuss not only the WHY behind not showing up but HOW to get past it. You’ll receive actionable tasks and valuable resources to shift your mindset and get your butt in gear to connect with your community in a more genuine fashion.

This webinar will address the common barriers to showing up consistently for your online community. You'll also learn how to utilize social media to form more meaningful connections with your community.

Woman on laptop drinking from mug

This webinar will help freelancers, entrepreneurs, and solo professionals connect to their audience. We'll cover the basics of building community on social media, how to avoid common barriers to showing up consistently for your online community, and some simple tools for measuring ROI.

We'll also dive into the four pillars of an active online community: engagement, collaboration/cooperation, education/learning, and inspiration.

Q&A session

You'll get personalized advice on how to overcome your personal barriers to showing up more often.

Access the visibility challenge for actionable tasks

You'll get access to a visibility challenge that provides you with actionable tasks that will help you (re)introduce yourself to your community. This will be of value if you're not sure what exactly you should be doing on social media, or don't have enough time in your day to dedicate towards this goal.

Content ideas

During the webinar, we'll also discuss different ways of connecting with your community on social media platforms, showcasing best practices and creative ideas for content creation.

Woman laying down watching laptop screen