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Our friend, Morgan (of Morgan Stapp Design)’s blog covers a wide range of topics, from web design and branding to various tips for managing your business day to day. I thought it might be interesting to write a post that surveys all the different things a small business owner needs to get together in order […]
Our friend Morgan at Morgan Stapp Design does beautiful brand and web design, but she also offers a great perspective on small business ownership. It’s not all about business and technical expertise, it’s also about taking care of yourself and making sure you’re getting the things out of your business that you want to […]
Being an online business owner is pretty awesome right? You get to choose your own work hours, don’t have to put on real pants, and you can pretty much hide out in your office (or bed, or wherever you choose to work from) avoid real-life human contact 90% of the time. But if you […]
Oh, Trello there. See what I did there. I am a sucker for a good business tool that makes life, just easier. I want to start by saying I am all about pen and paper. Nothing beats buying a cute notebook, and pretty pens to write out your plans, lists, etc. But if you like […]
Ever dream of becoming one of those creativepreneurs who can stay on top of things consistently over time, even as your to-do list is a war of attention against both your organizational systems and your motivation? Become a unicorn in action and not let your to-do list consume your energy levels? Well, guess what! You can. […]
I’m a sucker for great copy and marketing and I happened upon an ad for a promising conference that hit both of those sweet spots. The website was on point, the topics were amazing, and the speakers knew their stuff but none of the speakers looked like me. This conference lacked diversity in a big […]