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Your Signature Presence: How Business Artists Leave Their Mark
an interactive talk with author, in-demand consultant and speaker, story-shaper, & teacher Jeffrey Davis

Friday Evening: 4:30-6:30 PM

The “personal brand” has gotten a bad rap in many circles.

In truth, business artists can captivate an audience and expand individual impact with a signature brand Story – and they can do so with integrity and style.

Many entrepreneurs and creatives are frustrated because they aren’t standing out from the crowd. They have a potent message to share, but it’s not engaging people the way they’d hoped.

In this talk, Jeffrey


  • introduces a story-centered approach to expanding impact and building connections.

  • shares the four elements of a brand Story and how it’s possible to draw on personal experiences and skills without conveying “it’s all about me.”

The focus is on communicating meaningful cohesiveness – not creating more advertising-driven sound bytes.

Limited seats available. Pre-registration is required. Please register by Friday, July 3rd.


About Jeffrey and Tracking Wonder:

Founded and led by Jeffrey Davis – author, in-demand consultant and speaker, story-shaper and “Book Whisperer,” and world-traveling teacher – Tracking Wonder is a boutique creative company that helps quiet creatives and collaborative teams face challenges with acumen, shape captivating books & brands, and improve their patch of the planet.
For over 25 years, Jeffrey and his work have been featured and highlighted at world-class centers, conferences, and universities. He has helped first-time authors become New York Times best-sellers, earn handsome advances, and publish break-through books with the Big 5, independent presses, and their own publishing experiments.
Jeffrey is author of The Journey from the Center to the Page and writes online columns for Psychology Today and The Creativity Post.
He spends his days guiding private clients, speaking to small teams & organizations, developing new learning expedition programs & trainings, writing his next book, homesteading his farmhouse in the Hudson Valley of New York, and dancing with his daughter, baby girl, wife. Secret weapons: wonder, 88% artisanal chocolate, white tea, creative juice tea, imagination, mindfulness & yoga, Mind Rooms, amazing people.