I am a conference speaker, master of ceremonies, organisational and personal coach. For ten years I have traded under Robyn, creating winning habits, with Robyn being the operative word. I have run a consultancy focusing on the professional and personal develpment of teams.Want to move away from 'me' and promote the business more than me as a personality.
Business based on the premise that winning is a habit, so is losing; every day our habits determine our effectiveness or ineffectiveness and say much about our character. My message is real, relatable, practical. Habits are timeless. My style is polished, poised yet fun. Thus, 'habits aren't just for nuns' :).
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
My existing market extends from high-end corporates to rural Australia. How's that for a niche??!! Having said that, we are ALL creatures of habit and the message is applicable to everyone. Winning is a habit - whether in family, business, health etc Because I talk of timeless principles, the 'world is my oyster' in terms of target market. Having said that, I coach and train leaders of business, teams of managers as well as offer a coaching service to anyone who wants to gain PERSONAL MASTERY - timeless principles to overcome obstacles and create self-worth/success. Have a data base of around 2000 people ranging from company CEO's to mum's at home. Obviously the dollars are in the corporate market and I must speak to them.
LOGO: creating winning Habits
(tag) habits aren't just for nuns
I want initially a logo that can be applied across the board to all marketing / collateral materials. Will ultimately need to see design applied to stationery.
Simple, classy, timeless
Prefer dark background
Feeling good around grey, black, blue and maybe feature of yellow
However, I am open to ideas
Want H of Habits to by stylised and to be used as a mini-logo/trademark that I can put on all my material, including twitter (cf t of twitter)
So, need to see the 'H' of habits sit alone beside or above the logo somehow
Final image will have to be usable in large and small size fonts, across a variety of medium without going fuzzy.