“How’d you do that”? tutorials.
What I learn along the way in my own biz.
I had a thought about . . .
How I make Social Media meaningful in 20 minutes.
At its core, Social Media is a place to be social. It’s a place to engage with others, have a conversation and create connections.
It is also a place to market our business. . .
Fav. Quotes from The Practice by Seth Godin.
The practice is simply sitting down each day to create the work, letting go of the outcome and focusing on how we create our art/business, and then shipping it, putting it out there for others to use.
Services I offer.
It’s a BIG list, but you’ve got BIG things to get done.
Let me help you out with those General Admin Actions that take you away from your tribe.
Small shifts to level up our life and biz.
Instead of always using the “that’ll do the job” item, we level it up ever so slightly to the “Ooh! that feels a little fancy” item. Once we are used to it, we then level up again, and again. Building a life and biz that fits our vision of who we are.
Could our clients be our muse?
A muse is a person who gives us inspiration, they inspire us to be more creative and can show us insight into how we can be better at what we do through feedback.
Would it be safe to say, that as a business owner, our customers and clients can at times, be our muses?
Keeping our eyes open for scam emails.
We’re savvy and can spot a used car dealer from the 80’s a mile away. But when those emails drop in our inbox telling us that our account is going to be shut down within 24hrs, or that we need to confirm a password and follow a link, it’s time to have a think about whether we click the link or not.
Note to self: a re-brand is not always a productive move forward.
It took five weeks to discover that a re-brand is not always a productive move forward. But what I have found a new level of fearless to share my business insight and ideas with you, and a new level of services to help your biz grow.
Commit to the movement.
Yes. No. Maybe. Yes. Ummm, I don’t know.
It’s confusing right. We want to jump in and start something that could be good for business, but maybe we’re not sure if it’s going to work.
The beauty of a dynamic business.
Dynamic, at its core, implies movement, flow and action-taking in response to customer needs.
A small business can easily shift with the market or customer needs. We can quickly adjust the way we approach a project.