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You have an idea. A dream. A vision. A goal. Then a plan - that you rinse and repeat after each and every achievement. What can sometimes trip us up is when we continually define ourselves from the mistakes or missteps we've made in the past instead of keeping our unrelenting focus on our vision.   "Create a vision and never let the environment, other people's beliefs, or the limits of what has been done in the past shape your decisions." - Tony Robbins   How about you make a decision today to drop the past that's no longer serving you? Why not? The old version of you is an imposter. It's helped shape who you are, but it's not who you are today. And it's great to appreciate how far you've come - however keeping your eyes fixed in the review mirror takes your focus off the future. DECIDE to get in the mindset of completely abandoning...

If your time is constantly compromised ask yourself: Where have I been spending my time where it doesn't serve me or my business? In other words, where are your time leaks? Once you're aware of the leaks, you can patch them. This all comes back to how it affects not only your business, but your brand leadership growth. A few years ago, in my second year of business, I suddenly became so busy that I almost needed to hire a couple of staff members to help manage the growth effectively and I quickly realized that, first and foremost, I needed to have solid boundaries with my time. And that included cracking the whip on my own personal boundaries. (no more late-night Netflix'ing!) I realized then that if I worked the same way as I had been doing at a corporate job, I'd probably get fired! From that moment, I switched my perspective from feeling overwhelmed with...

When you’re new to an industry, or you're still in the first few years of business, the competitive landscape can seem daunting. We can often doubt our ability to stand out to get noticed and maybe question how personal our personal brand needs to be. Knowing how to tap into our unique personality and reflect that into our brand can be challenging, even for the most seasoned entrepreneurs. In this video, I talk about what WILL get you noticed (and grow your business) while keeping the integrity of who you are. And I'll touch on a popular myth with personal branding that's been the elephant in the online entrepreneurial space for sometime now. I hope this message will inspire you to feel confident to make any necessary changes to your own brand. If you’d like more support to find your voice and sell with heart, head on over to my You + Me page to book a brand...

This hot topic is one of my favs because it’s all about how your brand can convert into money for you. And don’t we ALL wanna make more of the good stuff? Have you ever put blood, sweat and tears into creating an offering, written an ebook, sent a newsletter, or built a website, expecting to receive rave feedback, only to hear crickets after you’ve proudly launched it out into the world? It sucks, I know. But ever wonder why that happens? Here’s a quick story to explain… When I made the transition from my corporate job to my online business a few years ago, I learned this the hard way (visualize mild kicking, flailing and screaming). Even though I felt I was ahead of the curve with already having a background in branding and marketing, running my own business “online” seemed completely daunting. I figured I’d do what I knew best – to create....