Category Archives: Business

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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Why Creative Teams Need Company Retreats

I have always been a fan of retreats ever since college when I experienced my first organized weekend away to reflect, share, and be open to a new perspective. So when our team started to grow, I knew I wanted my team to experience the benefit of leaving everything behind for a few days to help rejuvenate, get inspired and

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Budget Your Way To Financial Freedom

For the longest time, I had a deep resistance to creating and sticking to a budget. I figured, as long as I was paying my bills on time and saving some money, I was ok. Who needs a budget, I thought. I was doing just fine getting by without one. Besides, my initial reaction to a budget was that it

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3 Ways to Build Your Business While You Budget

While many small business owners have a budget, most don’t know how to maximize this resource to obtain financial freedom in their business. Successful small business budgeting begins by identifying profit and then wisely allocating expenses where you need them most. Sounds Easy, Right? Unfortunately, managing cash flow is one of the most challenging aspects of being a business owner.

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5 Tips to Scale Your Business

You’ve pursued your dream and started your own business. You worked hard and tirelessly, giving up weekends and evenings that could have been spent with family and friends. All your work has paid off and your business is booming. But how do you know when it’s time to take the next step and scale your business? Are you working more

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2,500 Miles Apart: How One Facebook Post Brought Us (and the Backstreet Boys) Together

Britt’s Story: In the early days of high school, I spent nights on my parents’ computer coding websites from scratch…. these were the days of Napster and America Online. There was no such thing as Squarespace or fun DIY builder.. maybe Geocities 1-2-3?! Anywho, I graduated high school, went to college for Web Content Development, got the ol’ fancy-schmancy jobs

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3 ways to stop perfectionism in its ugly tracks.

I wish everything I created + shared with the world was perfect. There. I said it. But the problem is, in order to make that happen, I’d have to sacrifice sooooo many hours (days, WEEKS even!) of making sure every IG story, every piece of copy, every everything was was shining bright like the stars before the world would see

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Creativity as a Tool for Change: Your Creativity Sparks a Voice That’s Louder Than You Think

Today, on International Women’s Day, we make a stand for the status of women in our societies and celebrate the social, economic, and political achievements of women. We are encouraged to #BeBoldForChange and commit ourselves to creating a more gender inclusive world. It is a great opportunity to consider how we, as creative entrepreneurs, can vocalize and express our opinions

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