WEBINAR: How Stapling the Right Ad to your Forehead can Double Business. Yes, it may hurt a little. Yes, it will draw a little blood.🩸The question is: “Is this really necessary to double or triple business?” The short and quick answer is a big “Yes.” And you won’t want to forget this. That’s what the staple is for.
Of course, there are easier and less painful ways to advertise, but a well-crafted note and staple only cost a fraction of a penny. One can hardly think of a cheaper way to advertise.This, my friends, is the neurochemical approach to advertising. In this one-time-only, exclusive WEBINAR, the delightful Danielle and dashing Chad Reyes of LionsPrideLeadership.com have invited the SI-nyc.com team to present a “HOW to…”They’ve asked us to give up some of the less violent and neurochemical techniques we utilize to generate healthy business increases for clients. The techniques we employ result in doubling or tripling whatever the client pays in an agency fee. You pay us $5,000, we make you $10-15K (yes, some restrictions may apply, we don’t know your business yet).
Despite what many people believe, the mechanisms of the human being hasn’t changed dramatically for the last 20,000 years. The hardware of our bodies and electronic wiring in our brain is very much the same. Neurochemical Advertising supersedes traditional advertising just like stapling an Ad to your forehead.DON’T try this at home We do the stapling for you. So you won’t forget. You may be happy we do. You can rest easy in knowing that the pain goes away in a few short days.By the end of this webinar, you will be able to apply an effective neurochemical advertising technique (HUMOR) to draw in more business.And we’ll even save you money on a staple. We have a pen and a stapler.
ALSO other Neurochemical things:
• Why you smile when you laugh.
• Why you cry when you’re sad.
• How Advertising business will change.
• Why the anticipation of pain prevents you from stapling an Ad to your forehead.At the end of the day, we’re all Neurochemical. It’s a human default pattern like aging. It’s also a reality.The call is complimentary.Join the WEBINAR: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/2926813498495810317
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Lions Pride Leadership Company
1000 South Avenue, Suite LL2
Staten Island, NY 10314
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The SI-nyc Team
“To promote the businesses and the culture
of Staten Island into a single, unifying force
greater than that of Brooklyn.”
OUR MISSION IS SIMPLE: 2 SEE U.
2 BOOST U.
2 AMAZE U.
Let’s get REAL for a moment.
SI-nyc.com is a little Team with
some big ideas for Staten Island.
We create new campaigns for
reputable SI businesses.
Instead of you looking for clients,
clients come looking for you.
That’s just what we do.
Colin A.R. Pearce
(Chief Financial Officer) Colin A.R. Pearce has a Bachelor’s Degree in Philosophy from City College of New York, and a Juris Doctor from New York Law School, and is about to graduate with a Legum Magister in Taxation from New York Law School. He has over 17 years of experience in production management and technology and has helped to start numerous ventures and non-profits, including several performing arts companies. He is a photographer and classical music recordist, with interests in Idealist Aesthetics, Cultural History, and Parapsychology..
Lara Kisielewska has lead creative teams for 27 years, working on branding, print, and digital design for a wide array of companies including Tribune Media, Nickelodeon, and American Express. Lara holds a B.S. in Graphic Communications Management and Technology from New York University and has been an active member of the Graphic Artists Guild since 1992. She has been on the Guild’s National Board since 1998 and is currently National President.
(Director of Event Planning)
Michael Asirvadem has conceived, designed, and produced events in Sri Lanka and in multiple US cities for more than 20 years. Michael has organized and executed everything from multi-day corporate conferences, to live stage shows, to product launches for national brands, to celebrity beach parties for several thousand people. His specialty is product promotions that center on building brand image and awareness. Michael got his start in radio and then as a TV celebrity in Sri Lanka, where he was a prime time radio personality for the most popular station in the country and hosted a TV series about live music.
Michael connects to Tompkinsville in SI-nyc, which has one of the largest Sri Lankan communities outside of Sri Lanka, in the US.
Today, after 12 years in business, Julien is a sought after photographer and storyteller who has worked with such notable clients as Jeff Bezos, The Georgia O’Keeffe Museum, USA Today Magazine, Mastercard, Calvin Klein Homeand more. She focuses on the authentic story that is being told through the picture and her unique use of light.
Her photography allows the client to feel connected and embody their brand. Julien was recently listed as:
The 10 Best Lifestyle Photographers in New York City
Breuk Iversen was responsible for promoting Williamsburg | Brooklyn in 2000 – 2006. Breuk published and distributed 548,000 copies of 11211 Magazine in that time, redirecting national and international tourism to Brooklyn. He is the former, unofficial “Mayor of Williamsburg,” nicknamed that by the contributors and business owners there. Prior to that, he helped launch Kate Spade and reinvigorate the Kenneth Cole fashion brand, has worked for REVLON and Polo Ralph Lauren.
Today he is the Brand Architect for Fashion Week Brooklyn. Breuk is a veteran AdMan, designer, and writer utilizing highly-effective techniques steeped in neuroscience and phenomenology for advertising and branding, and increasing revenue for clients. He is also considered “One of the 120+ most prolific graphic designers of all time.” — Graphis