Category Archives: Community

How To Network Without Feeling Icky

TIPS FOR TAKING THE STRESS OUT OF NETWORKING If the word “networking” makes your skin crawl, you’re in good company. Many small business owners cringe at the idea of networking, especially the traditional, old school way, where it feels like a “fake nice” way to interact with someone else to get ahead in your own business. Let me assume you, there are ways

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Boom: We launched something big.

Community Platform for Creative Entrepreneurs

What is the Creative Community? A platform to find & connect with creative entrepreneurs in your local area and beyond. Discover amazing professionals to work with on your next project, search for creatives when you're on the road, and share opportunities in real time.

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Salem, Oregon Chapter Highlight

The Salem, Oregon chapter of Tuesday’s Together was launched by leader Marie Greene in June, 2016 with 8 members. From that day until now, this small but mighty group of eclectic artisans has maintained a solid monthly attendance of 8-12 creatives from unique fields. Their meetings are intimate and engaging, and provide members with an opportunity to grow and support

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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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Why I believe in Community over Competition

This week, the Tuesdays Together NYC group presented at The Love Union event in Brooklyn, NY on the topic of “Community Over Competition.” I realized that I wanted to encapsulate the moment to refer back to later and to share our amazing mission, so here is my attempt at capturing the perfect, amazing, completely surreal moment forever. A little background…

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Five Ways to Guarantee Vendor Referrals

How to Get More Vendor Referrals in the Wedding Industry

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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How to Really be Together on Tuesdays: 11 ways to get the most out of your Rising Tide Society meet-up

Networking and Relationship building for Creative Entrepreneurs

Kudos! You’ve decided to go to a Tuesdays Together, Rising Tide Society meet-up. Can I tell you how great that it is?! A lot of business owners fail to see the importance of either networking or continued education (or both). But they are both important. As a leader for your business, and as a solopreneur, you are the leader of

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Lifting All Boats: Embracing Our Differences Within a Creative Community

Why Standing Out is the New In

“Why Fit In When You are Born to Stand Out” —Dr. Seuss If you have been on social media in the last 48 hours, you know that Queen Bee, the royal highness herself, Beyoncé, is expecting twins with her husband, Jay-Z. What an amazing feeling it is to be a mom and carry life; there is truly no greater feeling.

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What I Learned from My First Instagram Challenge

While I’ve been an Instagram-addict for well over three years, I just began using it for business in August. As an Instagram-for-business-rookie, I’ve learned a lot in a short period of time. Last week, I participated in my first “Instagram Challenge.” If you don’t know what that is, don’t worry. I felt the same way when I decided to participate

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Critiques and How I Came to Love Them

I remember walking into my first college studio art class 8 years ago and feeling a mix of excitement and absolute dread. I am a sensitive person – I always have been. And I was afraid the one part of art school that I knew I needed to embrace the most: the critique. It felt like it would be the

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