A new resource for you: The Brand Clarity Workbook

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Well good morning! I'm absolutely thrilled to be able to share a new resource with you: The Brand Clarity Workbook. This one has been quite some time in the development: more than a year of actual working on the workbook and it draws on almost twenty years experience working with entrepreneurs.

It's different to the How to Style your Brand Planning Workbook because this time, I'm focusing much more on finding your niche. Of course there's a little crossover, but in the main, you'll gain a really strong handle on your brand position. Where you sit in the market, what makes you utterly brilliant at what you do and how you want your business to come across.

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Those of you who have found it difficult to discern exactly what you want to be known for, which values are really relevant to your business and why what you do matters will love this workbook. This is the workbook to pull out before you embark on a branding project. It's the workbook to download just before you start a big planning session and want to think about the direction for your business. It's a fabulous tool to empower you to feel confident in what you do best and let go of those things that are muddying your message.

In short, it's about finding the clarity in your brand. And I know you are going to love it!

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To access the download

The Brand Clarity Workbook is on the downloads page along with heaps of other fabulous branding resources. You'll need to be signed up to the mailing list to gain access, which is the work of moments.

Remember, you'll need to use the password you received when you subscribed to The Brand Stylist list to access all of the downloads. You'll have had this emailed to you, so please check your inbox and spam filters first. Can't find it? The fastest way to get a new password is to resubscribe to the list. 

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Enjoy! And do let me know how you get on with it. You'll find the workbook in this post.