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If you’re in business, YOU are your brand, and you are marketing yourself and your talent. Whether you want to build an empire, relaunch, transform or kick off a new venture every successful creative brand must have a solid business foundation.

Lela Barker is the founder of Bella Lucce, an award-winning international beauty brand that is in 1200 spas, in 27 countries and also the mind behind Lucky Break Consulting. Lela is wildly passionate about helping creative entrepreneurs bring their products to market.  

Lela shares her incredible insights and the entrepreneurial journey she has taken from rock bottom, on food stamps to the creation of a million dollar plus business. We are thrilled to bring Lela to the Creative Warrior Community!

Highlights –

  • 3 ingredients needed for a compelling brand
  • Top mistakes to avoid when developing your brand
  • The key purpose for strong brand architecture
  • Target Market of One

Resources –

  • 17 Hats – Your all-in-one business CRM solution specifically for small business. Business just got easier!
  • Audible books transform your commute, workout or chores into fun, productive ME TIME! Audible is offering a free audiobook, try it, like it and stay or cancel and keep your free book.
  • The Creative Warrior Unleashed Jeff’s 6-month go-at-your-own-pace coaching program on How To Be Successful When You’re Marketing Yourself and Your Talent.

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Gifts –

Lela is generously offering her “Big Book of Branding Resources.” Check out Creative Warriors Gifts Page where you can grab Lela’s offer as well as check out the free gifts from previous guests.

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