How much should you charge for creativity?
When your career is a mission, how do you describe what you do?
Is it possible to do good for the world while doing good business?
When you’re an expert in many things, how do you own an area of expertise?
Why is it that some people land any job they want and others struggle for an interview?
How do you commit to a visual style when creating visuals are your job?
What does it take to make a living from Instagram?
Are you regularly creating content but feel like no one’s listening?
Do you know the secret to building a tribe?
Can a camera-shy baker rise to the occasion when it comes to course creation?
Can your social media strategy succeed without a marketing budget?
If you've got knowledge and skills, is that enough to get a recruiter's attention?
How do you sell a book to a publisher without an audience?
How do you know when it's time to speak? 🖋
We did it. We made through a year of Brand Therapy. ✔
Everyone's always focused on Twitter and Instagram. But what about Pinterest? 📌
If it ain't broke, don't fix it, right? 🤔
It takes a brave person to pursue a career in the arts—and today's guest is no exception. 🎨
When you can do it all, how do you describe what you do? 👨💻
When your endeavors serve different audiences, should you ever combine them? 🙏🏼
Music is one of the few industries where talent alone doesn't cut it. 🎼
For many, the ultimate dream is working for yourself. 💭
Sometimes you go into business for one thing, but clients want something else. 🙃
How many Instagram accounts is too many? 🤔
Mommy blogger, DIY enthusiast, and unintentional comedian—this week's guest does it all. 😂
When it's just two of you running a business, there's never enough time to do everything. 🕒
This week, we’re cooking up a consolidated pitch. 🍳
When you leave your job to follow a dream, you've got to find clients when reality sets in. ☁️
There's an art to making your side hustle your day job—and that art is often branding. 🏷
Today's guest votes yes to social media. ️✔️ Janice, a freaking MAYOR, has mastered the art of using social media as a community building tool.
It’s all too easy to become an expert in many things. The downside with all your endeavors? It makes the creation of a brand sentence a bit trickier.