Dear workshop or seminar leader,
I’m Daphne Bousquet, a three time Olympian (3m Springboard Diving for the Netherlands in 1984, 1988, and 1992) and frankly, it wasn’t easy making it to the Olympics…
It took tenacity, discipline, perseverance, courage, a lot of coaching, hard work and a winning mindset and attitude. Pretty much all the things it takes to be a successful entrepreneur.
When I was diving and competing, I was always surrounded with people that had the same characteristics and attitude. Even when I went home it was there, as my brother was an Olympic diver. (Actually, my brother is continuing his Olympic excellence this year as a first time Olympic coach for the UK.)
These champions and gold medal winners always lifted me higher as I was training and competing.
When I became an entrepreneur and started helping authors, speakers, coaches and consultants with their workshop and seminar marketing, I knew I needed to surround myself with champions as well.
I went searching for people that had the same mindset as me. Entrepreneurs, speakers and authors that had a champion’s attitude and that could lift me higher, with their knowledge, their marketing skills and yes, their tenacity.
So I put together my own Dream Team of Marketing Champions and I asked them to share their Gold Medal Secrets with you. I picked Champions that have the secrets to allow you to be successful as a speaker, an author, workshop or seminar leader or online entrepreneur.
They are all experts in their field and I am thrilled to be able to introduce them to you. Some you may already know, others you may not be familiar with yet. But you need to know them and their Gold Medal Secrets.
While the entire world is celebrating the Olympic Spirit, they will be sharing what made them into champions.
Each day, from the opening ceremonies through the closing ceremonies, you can claim a gift from a Marketing Champion.
All you have to do is enter your name and email address and I will send you an email every day with instructions on claiming your gold medal secret.
These Marketing Champions know what it takes to win the Gold. They have helped me tremendously and they can do the same for you.
You can’t become a champion without good coaching, training and hard work. These gold medal secrets take care of the first two.
Sadly, the Olympic Flame has been extinguished and the Olympic Games and Gold Medal Secrets from Marketing Champions have come to an end.
If you want to stay informed of future Gold Medal Secrets and Daphne’s tips on hosting and marketing your own workshops and seminars, enter your email address to the right.
About Daphne Bousquet
Participating in 3 Olympic Games as a springboard diver for the Netherlands really whetted Daphne Bousquet’s appetite for events. Although she has no Olympic gold to her name, she has won numerous gold medals throughout her career including a European Championships and 20+ Dutch national championships on both the 1 and 3 meter springboards.
After combining event planning and training for the the 1992 Olympic Games in Barcelona, she dove headfirst into the events industry, planning and marketing hundreds of events, from large festivals for 50,000-100,000 to lunch and learns for 10, and anything in between.
Daphne now works with authors, speakers, coaches and other experts, who want to increase their client base, boost their visibility and add as much as 6 figures to their bottom line with their own workshops and seminars. In response to the many workshop and seminar leaders that told her they were struggling filling their events, she developed The Butts in the Seats System and How to Market Your Seminar with Social Media. A 20+ year event industry veteran, she also created the Event C.A.S.H. System and Winning Workshop Success: a Blueprint for Generating Leads with Introductory Workshops.
Today she turns all her event experiences into profitable strategies for entrepreneurs who want to grow their business with their own events, through online courses, one-on-one mentoring and done-for-you services.
And no, you won’t find her in a bathing suit on top of a diving board anymore…