Category Archives: Business

5 Unexpected Self-Care Habits for Entrepreneurs

  I work with entrepreneurs all the time who are looking for simple answers for making their dreams come true. They want it all and they want to be told exactly how to get there. But, as they ‘hustle’ toward their grand plans for the future, they are running themselves dry. One of the first things we discuss is that

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How to Pay Yourself Consistently

One of the scariest parts of making the leap to owning your own business is thinking about the money. Working for yourself means going from a consistent paycheck, to what is usually an inconsistent paycheck. It’s often what is most scary and frustrating for creative entrepreneurs, as you probably know. I started my business five and a half years ago,

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How to get your ideal clients by hustling less

In 2015 I attended every single networking event in a 25 mile radius from my house. Mixers for entrepreneurs-who-like-dogs? Sure! Events for women-who-like-champagne-and-starting-their- own-business? I’ll be there! City Meetups, wine mixers, money workshops, beach cleanups, you name it and I was there for the slight chance that I might make a good connection and to pass out all of my

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Writing Your Own Story

It might sound cliche, but it’s ever so true: “Be yourself. Everyone else is already taken.” Sometimes this adage is easier said than done, though. To be yourself, you have to figure out who you really are. If we’re being honest, most of us spend our whole lives figuring it out, then realizing we didn’t have it all figured out,

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Take Action on Your Intentions

We’re all creatives here! We can create something amazing at the drop of a hat! It doesn’t take much for us to dream up a new plan. I mean isn’t that what January was created for? But it’s not January anymore. Somehow that perfectly planned business goal document is still in your computer with empty checkboxes. You have the goal,

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The Power of Uniting with Fellow Tuesdays Together Chapters (+ How to Do It)

It’s amazing to see what happens when a Tuesdays Together chapter gathers talented entrepreneurs who are passionate about both business and community over competition. Why not expand that unique power by uniting multiple chapters of Tuesdays Together? All it takes to start is a little outreach. It may feel scary to contact the leader of another group, but it’s beyond

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Running a personality based business? Here’s what you need to do first.

We’ve heard it all before right? The best way to stand out in this oversaturated market of creative small business owners is to bring the essence of who we are to the table. No one can perfectly copy the essence of who we are as individuals so when it comes down to it, personality based marketing remains high on the

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Five Ways to Guarantee Vendor Referrals

Over the last few years, we have worked with some of the best people in the wedding industry. What makes them the best, you ask? Well, it’s honestly much more than just delivering a great service or providing an amazing product. It’s the whole experience that vendors give that can really make or break a relationship with us! If you’re

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5 Tips to Experience Greater Freedom in your Business

Chances are you started your business because you knew early on that working long hours for someone else’s dream wasn’t for you. You love the idea of being an entrepreneur and so you created a business to offer your awesome services to your clients. Yet despite all of these well-meaning intentions, you somehow find yourself working around the clock and

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4 Multitasking Myths Busted

My “multitasking ability,” that my friends, was always my go-to answer when asked my greatest strength. As a new and naive grad, I was a self-declared multi-tasker and proud of it. Today, as a multi-passionate entrepreneur, there are not enough side-eye emojis to let you know how I REALLY feel about multitasking. Simply put, the magic of multitasking is a

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