I’ll put the kettle on…

… so we can get to know each other better.

Some of the most interesting conversations I’ve ever had have been with perfect strangers – people I’ve met waiting in a line, at an airport, sitting at a coffee shop, or simply walking down the street.

The truth is, I love meeting new people – hearing their stories – learning about their life experiences.  I especially like to meet entrepreneurs like you who are making a difference in the world through their business.

And while coffee dates are the perfect way to get to know someone in person, it might be a little bit tricky for us to do that given I’m here and you are – well – wherever you are right now in the world.

That’s why I make room in my calendar to have these virtual “connection calls”.

WHAT WILL WE TALK ABOUT?

I like to keep these calls casual and let them unfold naturally.

Having said that, I find that some structure can helpful – so be prepared to tell me a little bit about:

  • the work you do
  • who you work with
  • what you’re working on

And I’ll share the same with you.

I like to end the calls by asking if there’s anything I could do to support you and your business.

 

WHAT THIS CALL ISN’T

As much as I love helping people, I want to be clear that this is not an opportunity for you to “pick my brain.” 

This is also not a sales call in disguise – so don’t worry about that (FYI – I don’t even have sales calls – here’s what I do instead.)

HOW DO I SET UP A VIRTUAL TEA/COFFEE DATE WITH YOU?

I’m so glad you asked.

It’s really easy.  Just follow these steps:

Scroll down to find my scheduling calendar.

First, choose your time zone (there’s a drop down button below the calendar.)

Now, click on a day that might work for you.  You’ll see the time(s) I’m available that day listed to the right of the calendar.  You might have to try a few different days to find what works for you.

Select the time and click the Confirm button that pops up.

Next, you’ll be prompted to enter your name and email address.  There’s also a spot where you can type me an optional note:)

Once that’s done, click the button to schedule the event.

A screen will pop up with the details, and a calendar invitation will arrive at the email address you entered.  You’ll see the Zoom information there as well.

See?  Easy peasy lemon squeezy!

I can’t wait to meet you. 

Mary