Do you want your marketing efforts to produce better results for your business? That starts with clear brand messaging.
In this episode, I chat with Lindsey Johnson, founder of Verity & Co and The Legacy Entrepreneur..
Lindsey explains the importance of brand messaging and how to use it to convert prospects into customers. She also shares what it means to create a legacy life within one’s family and business.
If you want to find clarity in your brand and communicate that effectively to people, this is an episode you don’t want to miss.
In This Episode, You’ll Discover:
- What is brand messaging and why it is important
- How to find your brand voice
- How to write compelling copy that converts
- What it means to be a Legacy Entrepreneur
- Why homeschooling is about protection rather than sheltering
- How to do it all while homeschooling 4 kids under 8 years old
- How to work in little pockets of time
- How Lindsey practices self-care even though she is busy
I loved interviewing Lindsey. The stories she shares on how she manages life as a homeschool mom to 4 kids under 8 also show proof that it’s 100% possible to have a thriving business, homeschool, and still have a strong family unit. Lindsey is an inspiration to Homeschool CEO’s who are ready to take their homeschool, business, and life to the next level. She is truly leaving a legacy for the next generation!
“You couldn’t have a strong website unless you have a strong brand as the foundation of your business” – Lindsey
“If you’re not clear on who you serve, who you are as a company, and what you offer, those three specific things if you’re not clear on it, people get confused.” – Lindsey
“It’s just finding those little times, working in the margins, and I’ve been pretty good at working in the margins.” – Lindsey
“We don’t have to have everything perfect. We all have struggles. Behind the curtain, there’s laundry and dog barking and you know, all of those things, that’s real life and that is okay.” – Jen
“Some things don’t get done at the end of the day whether I want them to or not and I have to be okay with letting them go and going to bed.” – Lindsey