Path of Presence is community collaborative of creative souls who have a message, service or product to offer. We teach cultural creatives who want an online business to get up and running on a platform that is sustainable, to grow a successful community they love, and be part of the UNITY of inclusion and support with others of like-mind & on the same path.
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Path of Presence, LLC is an online community where creative souls ~ Spiritual Teachers, Coaches, Entrepreneurs, Solopreneurs, Business Owners, Moms and Creative Goddesses (and Gods!) are welcome.
Our mission is to provide every One the skills needed to successfully get up and running, to market their program online – so they get results! You'll see that graphics on our site reflects that which appeals to women. As such, we dedicate our services and products to those who wish to serve women, and whose message includes women.
The space for internet and digital marketing has become a standard for success, and a primary medium for services, businesses and ministries to grow their following …but it also comes with a lot of overwhelm. This is especially true for those of us who wish to "do it right" and get our ducks lined up, in the name of efficiency and efficacy.
Running a business online has many moving parts. Here are some, just in bullet points (!).
- Where should one focus their efforts?
- Business organization? Set up, website, systems, workflow, what are you teaching?
- What is your content? What will your offering be?
- What venue, how frequent, and what data should be offered?
- Who is your target audience? How do I reach them?
- What platform should I use?
- What's the strategic plan?
- How do I create a following/income in the next year/3 months/next 30 days?
- How do get started/ eBook or not?
- Classes online? Retreats? Masterminds?
- What about SEO, social media and advertising, press releases?
- When do I launch?
- What about workflow and email follow up?
- I'm not good with technology, Why did I start this in the first place?
- What was I thinking?
...the list goes on and on, maybe causing some sleepless nights.
The founder of Path of Presence, Evelyn Foreman, spent years in the process of listening, and working through frustrations in her process. She has also been working with other business owners, who have expressed the same frustrations with an online program.
Everyone had a similar issue and a very unique way of saying "I'm not good with technology" as an expression for not having an organized, systematic way of getting up and running. Through the overwhelm, and the sleepless night, most entrepreneurs,, program creators and solopreneurs feel defeated, disheartened and overwhelmed.
Strategy, focus and execution seems to be a messy project, and the fault lies in not having a system that is ready to go, plug and play to even get up and running and off the ground.
Our learning curve is part of our path to becoming - to coming home to our selves. There is the outer process of learning how to be successful as on online entreprenuer. And then, there is an inner process that is at play - perhaps a larger process of our becoming.
When things do not go our way, we want to shove it down, put it away and forsake it, saying, oh, it's not for me. However, when we embrace our challenges, like our shadow, when we are present to it, we are able to process it in a way that help us grow up.
We learn to accept our strengths and challenges, embracing the wholeness that we've come to be. We walk a Path of Presence.
That is why Path of Presence exists. Our community is a platform to empower you - to provide you with the solutions you need, to show you exactly what to do and most importantly, how to get results.
I truly believe that all business owners can have limitless success if they have the right strategies in place to achieve it. This knowledge should be available to ALL business owners, regardless of what you sell, how large your business is, or how long you’ve been in business.
You deserve to know what works and we want to make that happen.
Entering the online marketplace can be a big and scary place. The way to make this journey worth traveling is to find your network.
A tribe, a community, a club where everyone is welcome. Where you can get training, support, and inspiration.