Marketing. Everyone seems to hate the topic, but we all also want know how to do it. (If we own an online business, that is!) All the hesitation around marketing makes sense. After all, marketing seems so hyper-analytical, calculating and downright unloving. At least, that's what I thought when I had a career in corporate … Continue reading 3 Crucial Online Marketing Skills No One Ever Talks About
https://youtu.be/YNfEfPHMkA4 So you want more clients, but you’re not getting any? Even though people looooooove talking to you about the very problem you help solve? One of the most common complaints I hear from women entrepreneurs, women influencers and women with online projects and aspirations.... Is that they talk to a lot of people who … Continue reading 3 Reasons Prospects Want to Talk to You But Aren’t Hiring You
Most women I know underestimate how strong they really are. As I speak with women (and even men!), hearts open and tales pour out—tales of abuse, neglect, lack, frustration, missed opportunities, lost love, and setbacks. Yet through it all, the individuals who own these courageous stories have survived, and lived to fight another day. The … Continue reading What To Do When People Criticize Your Big Dream?
I believe God wants us to have the things we are longing for—relationally, creatively and materially.Let me say that again. I believe God wants us to have the things we are longing for—relationally, creatively and materially. If that sounds like I believe God is my ATM, ready to dole out relationships, artistic projects and cash … Continue reading God Is My ATM, No Matter How Offensive That Sounds
Photo courtesy of Krizean Josh Victa So many women ask me about the concept of FLOW. In fact, I really hadn’t thought much about it personally as a concept until I started hearing it from them.Once I started pondering the concept, however, I realized it was a key subject of God's teaching in my life … Continue reading 3 Levels of Flow You as a Woman Can Create in your Life
From the time I was born, I’ve been a bargain shopper. Yes, like literally, I think my mom and grandma took me out bargain-hunting in a stroller. They raised me “good and frugal.” When it came to clothes shopping, deals were our best friend. If it wasn’t on sale, we didn’t buy it. Living large … Continue reading “You are not my Bargain Bin Daughter” and Other Radical Things God Said to Me about Money and Shopping