February 17th 2018

Connecting with your Audience

Jennie pic 1 May17For the last 25+ years Jennie Gorman has been helping entrepreneurs catapult their businesses into the 21st century by utilising what she calls the ‘New Business’ style of marketing and other smart business growth strategies, such as masterminding, social media, networking, and outsourcing.

Her book Awesome Authenticity shows what is it to be awesomely authentic in business, and the power in being real, accountable as well as responsible to self and others.

Jennie lives her passion daily as she supports, coaches and mentors others to realise their own dreams. Over many years of learning and teaching about relationships in business she has recognised that there is no difference between who are you are in your personal and business world.

Driven by the desire to support and help, Jennie aims daily to make a difference in other people’s lives.  Jennie has worked in many areas of business in both the city and the country over the last 30+ years.

It wasn’t until the late 80’s, she realised she had a skill connecting and matching people. In 1990 she ran a personal development and natural therapy centre in Brisbane. Working with practitioners, who couldn’t make it in the market place, she found a way to help them. At that time her new career as a promoter was launched.

For twelve years she brought international speakers and trainers to Australia to help not only business owners excel but also gain personal development in many different areas. She was fortunate to work over four years with the 20th century’s business philosopher, Jim Rohn when he annually toured Australia along with other renowned business mentors of that time.

Since then she has been promoting, teaching and training business owners to gain new business skill sets. As a speaker and trainer she loves the opportunity to educate.

Jenny Book

 

 

Event General Timeline

  • 12.15 p.m. – Doors Open: Members and Guests arrive
  • 12.30 p.m. – Writing Skills Foundation Snippets
  • 1.00 p.m. – Workshop on social media marketing
  • 2.00 p.m. – Afternoon Tea.
  • 3.15 p.m. – Speakers Presentation: Jennie Gorman Authenticity and Networking – why it is a #1 tool for authors 

Don’t miss any of our news. Just sign up for the newsletter and get the information every month. It usually comes in a week before the meeting so you’re ready for the meeting on the third Saturday of the month.

Fradgley Hall, Park Avenue, Burleigh Heads

The meeting room is above the Burleigh Heads Library. Parking is available in the adjoining Council car park.

$5.00 Members $10.00 Visitors

Includes Entry, Light refreshments and Workshop

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JANUARY 20th 2018

Talking Books

We are not just talking books we talking about talking books or audio books as they are really called. Let’s start off the year with our our words flowing verbally for a change instead of on the written page.

You will also note our new line of for our monthly meetings that includes getting back to basics. The writing foundation skills needed by all authors to ensure a clear and easy to read book. These skills are going to be presented by our members so if there is an area of interest that you can help us with please let us know.

2018 is bringing in minimal but exceptional changes to the Gold Coast Writers ‘ Association and one of them is having the workshop relate to the speaker. So thanks to Ocean Reeve this month’s workshop and Speaker’s presentation will coincide with each other.

Audiobooks – the growing trend in publishing.

There will be a full split session to educate the members on audiobooks, including;

  • the process of preparing to record your audiobook
  • options and costs in narration, studio time and editing
  • an overview of why audiobooks are an important option,
  • distribution and marketing.

We will also hear from audiobook engineer Jarred Doueal from four4ty Studio in Melbourne along with two live video calls from fiction author Julian Green (Melbourne) and non-fiction author Dion Jensen (Singapore) to share their audiobook experience, purpose and insights.

Don’t miss this innovative and insightful presentation on making your story heard – literally.

Event General Timeline

  • 12.15 p.m. – Doors Open: Members and Guests arrive
  • 12.30 p.m. – Writing Skills Foundation Snippets #1: Past and Present Tenses presented by Sam G (20 min + 5 min Q&A )
  • 1.00 p.m. – Workshop on audio books.  Everything you need to know about audio books
    • the process of preparing to record your audiobook
    • options and costs in narration, studio time and editing
    • an overview of why audiobooks are an important option,
    • distribution and marketing.
  • 2.00 p.m. – Afternoon Tea. Everyone’s favourite … well it’s my favourite, that’s for sure, thanks to our Providore Jenny Old. Yum!
  • 3.15 – Speakers Presentation. We will also hear from audiobook engineer Jarred Doueal from four4ty Studio in Melbourne along with two live video calls from fiction author Julian Green (Melbourne) and non-fiction author Dion Jensen (Singapore) to share their audiobook experience, purpose and insights.

Don’t miss any of our news. Just sign up for the newsletter and get the information every month. It usually comes in a week before the meeting so you’re ready for the meeting on the third Saturday of the month.

We wish you and your family all the very best for the Christmas Season and look forward to seeing you in the New Year.

Fradgley Hall, Park Avenue, Burleigh Heads

The meeting room is above the Burleigh Heads Library. Parking is available in the adjoining Council car park.

$5.00 Members $10.00 Visitors

Includes Entry, Light refreshments and Workshop

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December 16th 2017

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Event General Timeline

  • 12.00 p.m. – Doors Open: Members and Guests arrive
  • 12.30 p.m. – President opens the festivities
  • 12.45 p.m. – Secret Santa
  • 1.45 p.m. – Festive Food Brought By You!
  • 2.00 p.m. – Book Launch with Bronwyn Houldsworth 
  • 2.15 p.m. – Raffle and Christmas Shopping at Trade Tables
  • 3.00 p.m. – Sharing Stories and Goodwill.
  • 3.30 p.m. – Event and doors close

 

Fradgley Hall, Park Avenue, Burleigh Heads

The meeting room is above the Burleigh Heads Library. Parking is available in the adjoining Council car park.

Bring a plate of “Festive Food” to share & entry fee will be waived.

Otherwise

$5.00 Members $10.00 Visitors

Includes Entry, Light refreshments and Workshop

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