Marketing for Hippies 101 Daylong LIVE Workshop - Duncan, BC

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Marketing for Hippies 101 Daylong LIVE Workshop - Duncan, BC

This PWYC workshop offers the marketing secrets of North America's most successful green, holistic, community-minded entrepreneurs.

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Collective Space 166 Station Street Duncan, BC V9L 1M7 Canada

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  • 8 hours
  • Mobile eTicket

(Note: This event will be photographed for promotional purposes)

Marketing can feel good.

That's the premise of this online workshop.

Since 2001, I have traveled around North America working with conscious entrepreneurs just like you. Some successful, others struggling. And I've gathered quite the assortment of success stories and strategies right from the horses' mouths.

This workshop is my best distillation and collection of those practices and stories.

My name is Tad Hargrave and I want to invite you to come and join us for this day-long workshop, my signature event that I call Marketing for Hippies 101.

In general, here's who this workshop is for:

You’re in the Healing Arts or a Holistic Practitioner? Perhaps you’re a Therapist, Massage Therapist or Body-worker, Yoga Instructor, Herbalist, Shamanic Practitioner, Life-Coach, Meditation Teacher etc.

At its heart, this workshop is all about exploring the question:

Too much marketing (even by savvy, conscious entrepreneurs) creates either no response or seems “over-hyped” and triggers a “used car salesman” reaction.

So . . .

In broad strokes, in this day-long, content-rich workshop you'll learn how to:

  • sell more of your products and services (without selling your soul).
    • attract more of the clients you want (without ever sacrificing your integrity or spending a fortune).
    • make sure your marketing gets a positive response and creates warm feelings of trust.

    But specifically, while mingling with like-minded peers, you'll learn:

    • the Three Core Foundations and Seven Elements of Your Platform that you need to attract more – and better – clients, with absolutely zero budget.
    • the Three Roles Of Marketing that any piece of marketing you ever do must play.
    • the core reason why most marketing feels bad (and exactly how to make sure that your marketing avoids it).
    • the only three kinds of potential clients you will ever meet, and the exact approach you need to take with each of them.
    • how to have your ideal client approaching you, instead of you chasing them.

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    PRICE: $25 deposit + Pay What You Want at the End.

    What does this mean?

    You pay $25 to secure your spot. Why a deposit for a PWYC event you ask? Well, over the years I've come to find that people take a commitment more seriously when they pay for it. So that's why the deposit. You are welcome to consider this deposit part of your PWYC fee.

    And then you get to enjoy the workshop and, at the very end, you can pay me whatever you'd like to pay.

    If even the $25 deposit is too much, please let us know. No one will be turned away due to lack of funds.

    It's an honest-to-goodness, decide-at-the-end, no funny business, pay-what-you-can/want deal.

    OR: Pay 3 instalments of $67. If you'd like to pay the full market value of this workshop but want to spread those payments out, choose the 3-pay option! You'll be charged $67 now, and then you'll receive an invoice from my PayPal account for 2 more payments of $67 in each of the following two months.

    OR: Pay a flat $200 market value fee for the workshop upfront. If that feels good and convenient for you, please choose this option. It's something that's been requested a number of times so I'm trying it out, but either way is fine by me.

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    What to Have Handy:

    • Pen and paper, or a fresh document on your computer.
    • Your fee: Please be prepared to send me your PWYC fee at the end of the workshop via credit card (I'll provide you with an online link) or cash.

    A reminder about cell phones:

    Please remember to put your phone on silent or even turn it right off. I encourage you to make the effort to really be present in the virtual room during the workshop. There will be a couple of breaks to check for updates if you need to!

    What does the day look like?

    This day is mostly lecture format with some Q&A as you learn the core content of my approach to marketing.

    *PLEASE NOTE: Time listed in Pacific Time*

    10:00am-1:30pm - workshop (fifteen minute break halfway through)

    1:30pm-2:30pm - lunch

    2:30pm-6:00pm - workshop (five minute break half way through)

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    So, that’s it. If you have any questions, feel free to email us at admin@marketingforhippies.com otherwise I hope to see you there.

    Stay Human,

    Tad Hargrave

    Founder, marketingforhippies.com

    PS: BONUS! When you register for this workshop you'll get a copy of my ebook How to Start, which sells for $20 in my online shop. This book is a practical and refreshing, seven-step workbook to use when marketing feels gross and awkward (you can do it all in one lazy, rainy afternoon and you'll use it for the rest of the life of your business).

    How to Start is a tiny workbook about a little idea that could make a big difference in every piece of marketing you ever do from here on. Here’s the little idea: what if you made the heart of your marketing strategy about how your marketing feels to you and others?

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    About Tad Hargrave

    Tad is a hippy who developed a knack for marketing (and then learned how to be a hippy again). Since 2001, he has been touring his marketing workshops around Canada, the USA and Europe, bringing refreshing and unorthodox ideas to conscious entrepreneurs and green businesses, helping them grow their businesses (without selling their souls). In short, he teaches ‘marketing for hippies’ centred on the notion that marketing can feel good and work.

    Tad did improv comedy semi-professionally for 25 years, co-ran Edmonton’s progressive community building network TheLocalGood.ca, founded streetcarshows.com and the Jams program of yesworld.org. He speaks Scottish Gaelic and helped to launch and co-facilitate www.novascotiagaelsjam.com.

    He is from Edmonton, Alberta (traditionally known, in the language of the Cree, as Amiskwaciy [Beaver Hill] and later Amiskwaciwaskihegan [Beaver Hill House]) and currently lives in Duncan, BC. His ancestors come primarily from Scotland with some from Ukraine as well. He is drawn to conversations around culture-making, politics, history, ancestry, healing, and how those all intersect.

    You can learn more about Tad and his work at marketingforhippies.com