The Power of Other People's Voices (and how to use it)

It's hard to talk about yourself - so here's how to get other people to do it for you.

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It's hard to talk about yourself - so here's how to get other people to do it for you. Getting your ideas featured in print - or on blogs or podcasts - is the fastest way to grow an audience that isn't limited to your own pool of connections or social media followers. And it gives a huge boost to your profile and credibility. In this episode I share some simple techniques to help you make this happen. I talk about easy ways to research places that might be ideal for you, how to warm up contacts and I share the reason why it might be easier than you think - people are hungry for good content - especially if it inspires people or solves a problem.

I was a mentor in the creative industries for 15 years before becoming a coach - and spent 8 of those writing as business editor for Craft&Design magazine.  If you need a hand to get your story straight I can provide mentorship and advice to help you write about yourself in a way that is engaging, credible and authentic.

Pete Mosley PCC

Coach/Speaker/Writer, The Art of Work

I work with quiet, thoughtful and purpose-driven individuals to help build confidence in both life and work, for example by supporting them to find a voice, speak up, pitch or talk in public without feeling intimidated by louder voices. As a reflective person myself, I'm drawn towards working with others who find the cut and thrust of everyday life to be a challenge. I also help business owners work out how to promote themselves and build an audience for their work. I'm a graduate of the acclaimed Barefoot Postgraduate Certificate in Business & Personal Coaching, and I now teach for Barefoot. My book - The Art of Shouting Quietly - a guide to self-promotion for introverts and other quiet souls – has sold in 25 countries around the world. I'm very experienced - I have 15 years of track record as a mentor in the Creative Industries prior to training as a coach in 2008. Please don't hesitate to get in touch - I'm always happy to talk with you about coaching/mentoring on the phone - with no obligation.

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