Personalized TuneUp Workshop


“The TuneUp” is one of Tin Shingle’s most popular programs. Different than any other webinar you’ll hear or watch because we are drilling down on a niche topic that a business owner or artist has experienced. We call this “in the trenches training.”

This TuneUp Workshop is a personalized version of the traditional webinar. The camera or phone is flipped around, and you get to talk directly with Katie, the host of the TuneUp webinars. If you are stuck, or not seeing the point of something, or getting nowhere with a pitch, this TuneUp workshop is the place for you to come. Or if you just want to connect to get jazzed! You will get new perspective! And a new energy.

The TuneUp Workshop is available to All Access Members of Tin Shingle. It’s the most cost efficient way for direct help.

How This Works

Moderated by Tin Shingle's Katie Hellmuth Martin, this is a meeting of a small group of people, and it is always a safe, supportive space. Sometimes, you might be the only person!

  • Bring 1 Goal or Challenge.

  • Get feedback from Katie and other members.

  • Homework assignment created just for you to get you closer to reaching your goal.

How Get On The Call

  • Special Call-In Digits: We use GoToWebinar and it’s super easy. You’ll click on a special link found in Tin Shingle’s Community Boards (you’ll need to be logged into your Tin Shingle member account first). That Community Board page will have a link that will direct you to register for the call.

  • Computer vs Phone: Try to use your computer when you come in. That way, we can see you face to face. If you are on the go, and need to call in from your phone, that’s fine too!

Success Stories

Shifts happen during these calls. If you put it out there, you'll surprise yourself at what can happen next.

  • Sierra Bailey, jewelry designer and creator of Manic Trout, landed herself a host position at a major cable network for a crafting show. All because she was brainstorming new ways to get the word out, and what she personally wanted to tap into.