Simply Brilliant Marketing

April 17, 2012 at 3:55 pm Leave a comment

I digress today from my usual blog posts to share something that could be of value to you, my readers. There’s always more to be learned about running a business, and if you’re like me, it’s refreshing to get a new viewpoint.

Over the past six months, I have come to know Carol Glover of FireHorse Consulting and have valued her coaching on marketing a business.

She has created a course to “clear up the confusion about marketing” and has called it “Simply Brilliant Marketing,” a “6-week intensive course designed to get you on track and in action FAST.”  The course begins May 17th.  She says, ” If you’re ready to make more money and keep more of it in your OWN pocket, this course could be for you.

To learn more about it, go here.


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