Fighting the future or open to change? Which are you? It seems that most of us can all agree the world is changing faster than it ever has before. Supercomputers in our purses. Tons of knowledge literally at our fingertips with the help of Uncle Google. Oodles of selfies uploaded every day. Our world leaders engaging in social media wars. Complete industries being born from “influencing” others on social media.
I believe that it is safe to say that all of us have lots of things about us that can potentially weigh us down and make us less effective in our business. Most of you realize that your mindset is critical; however, it is frequently the missing piece of your success formula. Can you create a sustainable business if you subconsciously do not believe that you can? Of course not!
Limiting chains that keep you playing small and imprisoned in fear in your business can be consciously released. Visualize them gracefully and easily dissolving into an infinite sea of love. Allow yourself to let your walls come down and invite your entire being to come out and play in an infinitely abundant new playground where the options are limitless! Allowyourself to be celebrated and blessed beyond measure. You can release the old
Today’s post is somewhat focused on making sure that you are growing a solid brand. As I have observed businesses grow, there are a few things that I think they can do better as they are building a brand. I am covering three mistakes that entrepreneurs make when they are building a brand. 1. Confusing trends for impact. They see logos, colors, business plans, promotions or finding more of
Getting intentional with your why, writing it down, and having motivation behind building your brand is the first step in making it a reality. It is the first step in making your brand come to life, and your future vision come to life. It seems that the majority of small business owners are becoming intentional with their why and are wanting to make their brand come to life. But first,
If there is one single thing that I went back to again and again over the course of my first year in my business, it was confidence. Before I started doing my own thing, I would have never thought confidence would be a problem for me. Not because I thought I was all that, but because I worked for years developing self-esteem. I have always been surrounded with people who
Although the majority of my clients are service-based professionals, a handful of them sell products and I wanted to write a post more suitable for them today. Following are five tips that will help you jump start your marketing. 1. Branding Materials Branding is very important. It conveys that you are serious about what you do and sell and it also helps you to portray a cohesive professional appearance. First
As a nice treat to myself for the summer, I decided to spend two months of it away from my business—complete downtime (other than one of my coaching groups that met once a week for a pilot course). This week was my first week back to business; however, I am writing this article from the absolutely stunning Ojai Valley. I have done my very best to hit pause on the