So many companies have a message they're force-feeding clients. It doesn’t do you any good to have a great message that your clients don’t want to “eat.”
To say I'm not a fan of uncertainty would be an understatement but there is a gift in embracing the unknown because when everything is uncertain, anything is possible. Maybe things wont work out exactly as planned, but maybe seeing if it does will be the best adventure ever.
Whether it’s personal or professional, the way to solve most problems usually starts with learning to shift our perspective for how we look at the problem.
Just imagine having someone to call to help you write that difficult client email, create a proposal for your latest sales opportunity, and push you to launch big things this year. This mastermind is focused on getting sh*t done ... which means by the end you should have actionable results. If you know your business is capable of more and are a looking to play a little bigger, I want to help!
It only takes one moment for our whole worlds to change. We can go from married to divorced, healthy to sick, employed to unemployed with a phone call. In a world of texts, tweets and posts, we are inundated with words - but what about our actions? Quit your job? Sell your car? What about shave your head?
Loving something requires more courage than any other journey we embark on. You risk everything, leaving yourself open to pain and loss. When you are dealing with a breakup, instead of breaking down choose to be broken open instead.
The reason I am such a big advocate for having online scheduling is the power it gives you to live life on your own terms and the freedom that comes from knowing you able to connect with your clients without being a slave to your email. And in my experience, Acuity Online Scheduling* is the clear winner in the online scheduler world.
For a lot of people motherhood can be a loaded word, so I wanted to explore a little deeper what it means to be a mom.
Step mother, birth mother, mom … mother earth, mother nature, motherland. Whatever form it takes on, one thing is true. Being a mom isn't for the faint of heart.
Self improvement comes in the form of thousands of tiny (or sometimes not so tiny) failures.
Often times those lessons come with a price, one that may require making amends or saying “I’m sorry.” But at the end of the day you aren’t in it alone. And if it feels like it is you against the world, it is really probably you vs. yourself.
There's nothing wrong with being bad at something if it's part of the process you use to learn, grow, and get better. You have to put in the hours, the time, and the effort to improve step by step.
If you don't give yourself the chance to be bad a something, you'll never give yourself the chance to improve.
Nova Goldberg is a family and marriage therapist who has a message for the world: you are enough, exactly as you are!
Brooke Bryand, a corporate lifestyle photographer, has carved out her own path and approaches each new challenge or chapter by intentionally choosing who she wanted to be.
It’s amazing how easy it is to have a strong opinion about something that is clearly wrong. Something that violates your moral compass so much you can’t help but speak out or take a stand.
But what about when it isn’t so clear cut? It’s so much harder to make up your own mind or take a stand when there is an ethical gray zone.
Often times it’s easier to give up your personal responsibility, make excuses to justify your wants and move the needle of what you would otherwise believe is right or wrong.
What does your brand have in common with Valentine’s Day? Hopefully not much, because Valentine’s Day has a branding problem!
Every good brand experience starts with a business that really knows who they are, the value they offer, and who they help.
But maybe your brand is like Valentine’s Day. A bit misunderstood. This year, let us help you get some. Brand love that is.
Heather Box has a message for the world ... Who you are is exactly who you are supposed to be!
Suzannah Scully isn't here to be here for everyone else. Find out why!
Sisu is a Finnish word that doesn't have a direct translation. It roughly means extraordinary courage, endurance, will power, determination, and resolve. It is the potential within yourself that is able to see beyond your present limitations.
Sisu is the knowing that helps you overcome adversity and drives you on a journey - one that often defies logic. So obviously I was curious and needed to learn more about this word.
Women On A Mission started as a project to share the wisdom and stories of the women who helped me on my journey. I want Season 2 to be more about diversity, to show the true spectrum of what it means to be a woman living life on her own terms.
Over the next 12 months, I’ll be traveling abroad interviewing women for Season 2and continuing to work with my clients with on brand strategy, website design, and creative marketing campaigns.
Honest. Creative. Loyal. Shelly has an innate sense of who she is and she makes it okay for you to show up exactly as you are. She exudes a sense of confidence that must have been forged in a fire because it isn't overly cocky or humble. It just is. She inspires me to be more of myself simply because she expects that of herself. She is honest and kind and present.
Whether it’s a company, a relationship, or just a new life chapter — starting over is freaking hard. When I think about starting over I usually think about endings. But new beginnings are just as hard.
A new city, a new job, a new relationship. Navigating change is difficult no matter what the change is. At the end of the day, no matter how you get there, no matter how long it takes, no matter how hard or easy it is … starting over decides with the decision to start.