New Report Reveals 7 Profitable Ways Coaches, Consultants and Service-based Entrepreneurs Can Use Their Personal Story to Attract Clients with Ease

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Stories aren’t just for the big brands; coaches, consultants and service-based entrepreneurs can use their personal story to inspire prospects and customers into action. Gayle Nowak, The Story Stylist, offers a new report with tips that explains why.

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Stories help us connect with people and build rapport.

Coaches, consultants and other service-based entrepreneurs who are struggling to stand out in their field and attract the right clients can learn how to fuel their marketing with the power of story by downloading a copy of 7 Profitable Ways to Turn Your Story into Gold.

Gayle Nowak, The Story Stylist, offers the new report at to coaches, consultants and other service-based entrepreneurs who are eager and ready to create meaningful and profitable relationships with prospects and clients.

“Stories help us connect with people and build rapport,” Nowak said. “Coaches and consultants who use their personal story in their marketing stand out in their field, create a memorable message and leave a lasting impression on their audience.”

In the report, Nowak explains:

  •     Why personal experiences and beliefs are the biggest way to stand out from the competition and connect with customers
  •     Why your personal story allows you to instantly connect with the right people and inspire them to do business with you
  •     Why story is the money behind your marketing and the seven ways you can use your personal story for success

Dana Canneto, health coach and body relationship expert, said she knows the value of sharing her personal story. Her challenge, she said, was crafting a succinct and compelling story that engages and inspires her audience into action.

“I had so many experiences on my journey that I wasn't sure how to pull it all together in a powerful way that would grab my audience's attention,” Canneto said. “Gayle has an amazing way with words and knows how to use them to attract like-minded clients. Now I have more power and resonance behind my story, as well as more confidence in my sales and marketing.”

Anyone who requests the report at will also receive bi-weekly branding, marketing and business tips wrapped in story.

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