I was watching a video the other day that had a message in it I haven’t been able to stop thinking about, and thought you might find value in it, too. The message was about analyzing exactly who you need to become in order to reach your goals, though not just what traits you need to develop or embrace, but what aspects or hang-ups you need to … [Read more...] about To reach your goals, first, let go of these bad habits
Ask pretty much any business owner about their first year or so in business, and they’ll most likely tell you about two things: A client they LOVED 💖And a client they really, really, really did NOT love 😬 Everyyyyyy business owner has them or has experienced them… ---> The awesome clients that totally “get” their services, their value, … [Read more...] about Four Steps to Identifying Your Ideal Client
A brandiD team member sent me a message on Slack recently, excited about an experience she’d just had with her “past self.” Six months prior, she’d written a letter to herself, thanking her “future self” for taking specific actions toward her life and career goals. It was the culminating exercise in a personal development course she was … [Read more...] about Want a push to achieve your goals? Write a letter to yourself.
Did you know that the seed of a Chinese bamboo tree takes five years to show any signs of growth? FIVE YEARS! For five years that seed is under the soil, taking in water and sunlight and nutrients from the dirt, without any signs of growth for the eye to see. Then, in the fifth year, the Chinese bamboo tree starts to grow… …and grows 80 … [Read more...] about How the Chinese Bamboo Tree can impact your business and your life
I was Facetiming with a friend recently while I was making dinner, and she wanted to see what was inside my freezer. “I’m always interested to see what people keep in there,” she said. I turned my phone’s camera around so she could take a look. After about ten seconds she groaned, “Oh my gosh, are those Eggo waffles?” “Kind of,” I replied, … [Read more...] about The importance of asking what your audience wants
I was talking to a friend of mine about roller coasters the other day. She told me this interesting story about how, as a kid, she learned how to enjoy roller coasters, after HATING them for most of her childhood. There was a big amusement park in her town, and her friends always wanted to go there. Not wanting to tell them about her roller … [Read more...] about Are you white-knuckling your business?