The Struggle Is Real, But It Doesn’t Have To Be Forever.

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  1. Are you frustrated that you can’t spend more time on marketing?

  2. Do you find it difficult to explain what you do?

  3. Have you experienced the frustration when multiple projects fail?

  4. Do you feel like you’re not gaining momentum?

  5. Are you struggling to create more connections and leads for your company?

A Clear Marketing Message = Exponential Growth.

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Save More Time.

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Simplify The Process.

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Grow Your Influence.

How To Get Started:


Schedule Free Coaching Session

During this session you will learn about the marketing framework that we will use, why it’s important to your business, and what to do next.

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Create Next-Step Roadmap

Using the StoryBrand Marketing Framework, you will have a clear marketing message and plan to implement that message.


See Your Influence Grow

Because of your hard work and deep care for your business, you will begin to see more connections, an increased impact, and ultimately growth for your company.

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A certification to make sure you are on the right track.

Your marketing is too important to settle for anything other than the best. That’s why I’ve partnered with the best in the industry, obtained the resources needed to help you accomplish your marketing goals — all so you don’t have to worry about it.

What Others Are Saying

I’ve partnered with Chris on a large project that contained several initiatives where his wide range of knowledge was beneficial to me as the client and to our project as a whole. His expertise was invaluable and I always look forward to working with him.
— Eric Smith (Communications Leader)
Chris takes the time to listen to the vision and helps draw it out with the just the right questions. He’s not just about the project, but the heart behind it; and in the end, he captures that in the work he does.
— Todd Beilman (Non-Profit Leader)