IS YOUR MESSAGE GETTING LOST IN TRANSLATION FROM ENGLISH TO ENGLISH?

What do you want to say? How do you want to say it? Who do you want to say it to? How do you find them?

YOU ARE “THEY”

People like to say “they did it” or “they made it happen.” Truly, there’s no such thing as “they.” It’s individuals, like you, taking action and making things happen. You are “they.” You make things happen.

Turn to Intercultural Talk to drive forward movement in your business and life projects.

First we uncover the spark inside you that inspires how you engage with your livelihood and the world. Then we create a strategy for you to communicate it (the English to English thing) with messaging and tactics, like…

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You’re smart and experienced and have a lot to offer. The world has changed a bit, and you need a way to reach your customers and stay visible out there. Let us be your guide.

We’ll start by building a solid strategy and a clear articulation of your voice (brand), target and message, and then create tactics to achieve your goals: websites, blogging, visual identity (logo and branding), video (live and recorded), enews, social media and any marketing online.

INTERCULTURAL MARKETING

Inclusive communications, culture and communication styles.

REAL-LIFE MARKETING

Speaking engagements, public relations, events (virtual for now), partnerships and more.

Deanna Shoss, Founder

WE MEET YOU WHERE YOU ARE

Whether you know a lot, or just enough to be dangerous, we meet you were you are. We can do it for you (posting, writing, etc.) or train you how and fill in the gaps.

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Hope for Democracy or Lack Thereof: An Election Panel

On this episode of Intercultural Spark we talk with Karen Putz, Passion Coach, Midlife Reinvention Challenge Mentor and founder of Ageless Passions. She’s also co-founder of TheDiversityAcademy.com, a diversity academy for interpreters for the deaf. Karen herself was born hard-of-hearing and became deaf after a barefoot skiing accident as a teen. But it was going back to that sport–in midlife—and competitively! — that changed everything.

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How to Trick Yourself into Doing Something

There are 100 reasons to stay under the covers today.   It’s gray outside (at least in Chicago). There’s a pandemic. Aggressive political rhetoric spews everywhere. Horrid world events. How can anything you do make a difference?   That’s just the time to act.   I was thinking about this as I planned for the…

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Tune in for weekly episodes of Intercultural Spark featuring conversations with interesting people and business owners about that spark inside each of us that drives you to spark change in your business and the world. Watch the latest episode now.

Coming up this Wednesday, November 4 at 1 pm CDT

Throughout this election, hope and faith in democracy has been challenged. November 4 may be a mess of a news day–people shouting it’s fake and a fraud and who’s been wronged. Will we know the outcome of the election, or will we wait for weeks for mail-in votes to get sorted?

Absolutely I can’t fix that. But I can offer a conversation with guests who are all about the process of democracy, in a special Intercultural Spark Hope for Democracy Panel, with co-host Wendy Swart Grossman. Wendy is the co-founder of Creative reFrame and has remarkable experience as a grass roots political organizer and working in official capacities on presidential campaigns.

Joining the conversation is Dr. Stephen Caliendo, Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences and professor of political science at North Central College, on political psychology and communications. There’s also Uzochi Nwoko, a pre-med graduate of Harvard University and Associate Director at the Union of Minority Neighborhoods. Veronica Serrato is Director of Project Citizenship. Both work hard year-round to help people have a voice in the political process.

And there’s YOU! Join in the conversation and ask questions in real-time in the comments.

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Learn everything you need to know to get media coverage for your business. Four modules cover Strategy; Building Your Media List; Writing Your Press Release; and and Distribution and Follow-up. This course is perfect for business owners without a background in marketing, as well as for people within organizations such as a family-owned business or not-for-profit (staff assigned to PR or a board member).
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