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Stop Being Your Own Worst Client

Imagine you had a coaching client who consistently failed to complete her tasks for the week. She couldn’t find the time to get her email opt-in page completed. She was too busy to write the next chapter of her book. She was working too hard and completely forgot to...

Hiring the RIGHT Business Coach

Touchy subject alert! Yes, you'd be surprised at how many people (i.e. coaches) get up and arms about this topic but I think it bears being talked about. Hiring a business coach could be one of the largest investments you make towards your business. Not all coaches...

15 Quotes to Motivate the Entrepreneur

If you’re a small business owner and need some motivation in your business, check out these 15 Motivational Quotes for Entrepreneurs. Embrace how awesome you are and start getting motivated to take on the world.

The Storm Before the Rainbow

Being a mother is usually depicted in pictures with fields of flowers, a mother holding her child, smiles and happiness, love in its most visual sense of the word. What these pictures do not show is the other side to motherhood. The not so happy side. Mothers hold on...

My Rainbow Baby

Our First Storm It's always hard to talk about loss but I think it's necessary. It helps us grow as individuals and build a community around us. Plus, you never know who your story may touch. In remembrance of miscarriage and loss this month, I wanted to open up for...

Why Women Entrepreneurs are On the Rise

There are more women starting businesses than ever before. This movement is exciting! WHERE ARE MY LADY BOSSES? WOOT WOOT! I have been wanting to write this post for quite some time. This subject is so dear to me because I'm a female entrepreneur and I love that this...

Facebook Ads: The Do’s and the Don’ts

Hey guys! Becky here. I've got a question for you. Are you using Facebook correctly? Oh the world of social media and how much it's changed marketing over the years... I remember when everyone was still spending the majority of their marketing budgets on print...