"I haven’t been everywhere, but it’s on my list."

– Susan Sontag

This is what I do

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I speak

In person or online, I love to speak to groups and teams.

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I teach

I have a full catalog of online courses and I create them for others.

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I write

I journal my thoughts on being a digital nomad, and I also publish books.

About Chelle Honiker

Caffeinated - Writer - Mama - Mimi — Founder - Foo Fighter - Speaker - Trainer - Traveler

I’m the Managing Partner of Athenia Creative Services, LLC which includes Athenia CreativeAthenia Training and Athenia Marketing.

Some of Athenia’s notable projects include:

Speaking & Training

I started my career as a travel consultant and became the youngest Certified Travel Counselor in the history of the Travel Institute. I quickly moved from travel planning to the technology and training side of the industry.  I  launched my own consultancy in 1999 building websites and teaching people how to market, sell, and close leads from their website. Once social media launched, I broke it down for my clients and became a sought-after speaker and trainer, traveling the globe to share my knowledge. My training motto is, “If you don’t know it, it’s because I haven’t explained it well enough.”

I break down the geek-speak and help my audience understand complex issues. More importantly, I make sure they have the necessary resources to be successful.

I’ve spoken to groups of thousands, all around the globe. My favorite topics are centered around self-publishing, content creation, and AI. I have a portfolio of pre-developed talks, but can customize for your event. 

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