Ask Ashe Content Planning Workshop

If you follow me on instagram you’ll know that I launched a planner recently, which is designed to carry all of the info needed to plan your personal and business life in one place, along with content prompts to help you plan and post all that stuff you’re supposed to on social media. The response has been amazing and I’m about to go into a second print run – thank you!!!

I’ve decided to run some workshops too, to help you get started on planning 2018.
These will only be available in Durban and are aimed at people who are running their own businesses, who want to plan exactly what their personal and business life will look like in 2018 and how to create chunks of content that fit in with that.
This is not a social media course, you need to know a bit about that already and it’s not a talk.
Rather it’s a practical workshop, which will require that you have your own Ask Ashe Planner already, or you purchase one on the day, as we will be using them to plot and plan the year ahead. You’ll leave with an actionable plan for 2018 and a beautiful complete planner.

What’s included:
This hands-on workshop will be hosted by me at a home in Morningside, with small groups of no more than 10 people.
Light refreshments on arrival.
Stickers, stickers and more stickers and some stationery :)
Practical session to actually fill in your planners.
Workshop session to plan promotional periods and content.
Snacks prepared by Beetroot & Bear.

Cost: R650/person
Tuesday 28 November, 8:30am – 12:30pm {SOLD OUT}
Thursday 30 November, 11:30am – 3:30pm

UPDATE 21/11: The first date is already sold out, so I have been asked to add a December date.
ADDITIONAL DATE ADDED: Tuesday 5 December, 8:30am – 12:30pm {SOLD OUT}

UPDATE 28/11: I am adding a workshop in January, if you would like to join that, please email me for details.

RSVP to by Friday 24 November to secure your seat and receive more details.

Main image: Sandi Lindley of The Tea Box :)

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