4 Ways To Create a Meaningful Client Experience
Adrienne Rolon

I want you to close your eyes, and remember an exciting moment in your life. Maybe it was a birthday party, a family trip, or the first time you ate a Hershey’s Candy Bar. Remember how much fun you had, that smile on your face, and how excited you were to tell someone else how great your experience was. Think about the people, the things, and events that made that experience so special. Think about the way you felt, right in that moment. Now, open your eyes, and write all of that down.

New Tuesdays Together Cities: Evansville & Hampton Roads
Krista Jones

Good morning and happy Friday! Today I am so excited to be sharing with you some of our newest TuesdaysTogether Continue Reading

Building Networks by Helping Others
Melanie Villeneuve

When you start a business, you know that you are doing something to serve others. There are no businesses which thrive on selfish goals. Selfish businesses inevitably fail.

SEO is Evolving—Are you?
Myrna Plaisir Daramy

Often times, I get asked about the ins and outs of content strategy and SEO. Although most self-employed professionals are somewhat uncomfortable with these concepts, they know it is needed in order to have a successful business in today’s market space. In a lot of cases, most are intimidated by its ambiguity. And let’s be honest, SEO is not an exact science and there really isn’t an absolute answer.

3 Lessons for Seasonal Businesses
Debra Klebanoff

Yet after four successful seasons, Annabelle has learned that while our store-front may be shut down in October, the business of running a seasonal store is never in off-season. As store owner of Annabelle, I’ve learned three important lessons for managing a successful seasonal business.

A Lesson in Transitioning Successfully
Corry Frazier

As a military spouse, I am used to change….heck it happens every 2-3 years! I’m used to leaving jobs, leaving friends, leaving homes, leaving churches.

I have a lot of experience in leaving jobs. Over the years, I have taught preschool in SC, fourth grade in Japan for the Department of Defense, first grade in SC, and kindergarten in NC. I have also taken time off to have children and to prepare for the impending moves. But when it comes to leaving your day job for a business that you’re starting, it’s daunting.

Contractors vs Employees and Why It’s Important
Tom Barnhill

In the long run, you need to ensure that you are classifying your new hire correctly so you are meeting your tax and other financial obligations to state and local governments. If not, it could mean a lot more hassle and payments in the future.

Instagram is Something, But it’s Not Everything
Emilee Clemons

We live in a world where we put parts of our lives through filters before we allow even our closest Continue Reading

The Heart Centered Biz Bosses’ Guide to Pricing Your Services
Reina Pomeroy

Does putting a price tag on your time, your craft, your art feel draining? Maybe you’re asking the question, how should I even decide how to price my services! Just tell me the formula! There are awesome experts on the topic of pricing like Kristin Kaplan who is great at topic about this subject.

3 Pricing Ideas that will Rock Your World
Shanna Skidmore

Rather watch the video? Check it out here. by @shannaskidmore Tell me if this sounds familiar? You launch your business. Continue Reading