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On four consecutive Wednesdays, beginning June 4, 2014, I'm offering a telephone-based course called "Rose, Rosebuzz, Rosenoser, BloomMoon: The Catchy Names and Tag Lines Class."
What You Learn in the Seminar
During four lively conference-call class sessions, you receive instructions on a proven four-step process for creating effective business names and tag lines. In addition, we cooperate step by step on naming and creating a tag line for your naming project. As a group, we'll do the same for a (made-up) company catering to flower fanatics. You should bring a genuine naming project with its real-world constraints and conditions to this course. This could be your own naming project, or that of a relative, friend or client.
If you're taking the course to learn how to become a world-class namer and don't have a specific naming project of your own in mind, please find someone else's naming project to adopt for the course.
During the course, you:
At the end of the course, if you're not yet feeling confident you've selected a terrific name and tag line for your project, you get up to an hour of one-on-one time with me (Marcia Yudkin, head of Named At Last) by email or by phone, so you end up with a final selection of a name and tag line.
After the course concludes, you receive all the class sessions as a set of CDs, as well as a printed, bound set of all the handouts. This enables you to conveniently repeat the steps in the course afterwards, as many times as needed, whenever you have another naming challenge.
Listen to a Sample Class Discussion
To experience the level of discussion in the course, download a 12-minute segment in which participants in a previous class discuss the relative merits of five proposed tag lines for a one-man painting and restoration company.
When Is It and How Much?
The class meets via conference call for approximately an hour and a quarter at 2 p.m. Eastern time on Wednesdays, June 4, 11, 18 and 25. (That's 11 a.m. Pacific time, 7 p.m. London time.)
When I went looking for companies
offering seminars or home-study courses on naming, I found two, each
charging $7,500 and each providing the training only as an in-house
corporate workshop. Below that price point, I found only two
one-time presentations no longer offered.
Your Double Guarantee
To ensure that the class is an amazingly valuable experience for everyone in it, here's your outrageous double guarantee.
First, if our first class session doesn't meet your expectations - if you're disappointed for any reason - simply send me an email when the June 4 class session ends, and I will drop you from the course with a refund of your entire fee.
Second, if you've attended all the class sessions and completed the homework, I guarantee that you end up with at least one name and tag line combination that fully meets your specifications.
This means that if you participate seriously in the class, you can expect to end up with a terrific new name and tag line for your business at a cut-rate cost, along with knowing how to repeat the process whenever you need to.
This Seminar Isn't for Everyone
Although the course delivers solid knowledge and support, it's NOT right for you if any of the following applies:
How to Reserve Your Place
Since I'm limiting this course to six people, if you're interested, sign up now with a $100 deposit. (The shopping cart will inform you if the registration limit has already been reached.) The remaining tuition of $697 is due no later than May 20. Your deposit is refundable through May 20.
After you register, you'll see a page containing a few questions. Please send me the answers to those questions within one business day, so I have a good sense of who is signed up for the seminar. Thank you.
Thank you, and I look forward to having you in the course!
Prefer a live presentation teaching your team better brainstorming and name selection? Just ask.
Marcia Yudkin, "Head Stork" of Named At Last
P.S. If you guessed that the title of this seminar relates to Shakespeare's famous line that "A rose by any other name would smell as sweet," you have a head start as a successful namer!
P.O. Box 305, Goshen MA 01032, USA. 1(413)582-4052.
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