Are You Ready to Design Your Life?

As an entrepreneur, freelance wordsmith, and wellness & life coach, it’s safe to assume I love to live with as few limitations as possible. I’ve always thrived when being able to create my own schedule, set my own hours and rates, and compose work at my own pace in my own space. This concept of … Continue reading Are You Ready to Design Your Life?

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The Grass is Greener … Or Is it?

We're all familiar with the age-old cliche, "the grass is greener on the other side." Chances are, we've used it before in some element of our lives. Whether we long for a more rewarding relationship, flexible job, or a bigger home in a nicer suburb, we're conditioned to believe there is always more we could … Continue reading The Grass is Greener … Or Is it?

Exploring the Entrepreneurial Unknown: The Importance of Taking Risks & Challenging Yourself

I’m a freelance writer and owner of a small content creation business. While it feels good to declare myself as both, advancing into a position where I received payment for my contributions hasn’t been an easy journey. Everywhere I go, I see articles and e-books and vlogs advertising how to successfully seek your passion. The … Continue reading Exploring the Entrepreneurial Unknown: The Importance of Taking Risks & Challenging Yourself

What Kind of Professional Are You?

In today’s fast-paced world of entrepreneurship and corporate ladder-climbing, individuals are quick to call themselves “professionals”. While it’s true that anyone can turn a dream into a profession, there is a real difference between struggling to get by and success. In a recent Forbes article on understanding professionalism, authors Russ Alan Prince and Bruce Rogers … Continue reading What Kind of Professional Are You?

Crafting Your Career: The Benefits of Saying “No” More Often

As an up and coming business owner with a spirit to thrive and succeed in the ever-changing entrepreneurial world, I often find myself agreeing to tackle projects and meet deadlines that I know are unreasonable or non-beneficial to my career, all because I’m wanting that opportunity to open more doors and meet more clients. While … Continue reading Crafting Your Career: The Benefits of Saying “No” More Often

Social Media Marketing 101 – Converting Your Prospective Leads to Concrete Clients

In the past month, I have been asked numerous times about the role that social media plays in transforming skeptics to believers in order to build a steady clientele base. With more companies going viral in an effort to market their products or services with minimal financial risk, we are beginning to see an overwhelming … Continue reading Social Media Marketing 101 – Converting Your Prospective Leads to Concrete Clients

Get Up and Go – Letting Your Passion Push You Further

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again – If you’re not happy with something in your life, change it. Don’t talk about it, don’t complain about it and especially don’t compare yourself to others and brood over feelings of envy. Get up and go. The past couple of weeks have been a whirlwind … Continue reading Get Up and Go – Letting Your Passion Push You Further