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One of the Most Powerful, and Underused, Marketing Tools for Small Businesses

Building strategic partnerships can be the key to fast , efficient growth for entrepreneurs. Finding the right strategic partners, developing strong relationships with them, and activating those relationships over time can lead to new business, other key connections, and masterminding possibilities galore. In my experience, however, this powerful marketing tool (yes, it’s a marketing tool […] Read more

Jan, 21, 2016

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Laughter really is the best medicine at Denver Dames

I created Denver Dames events with entertainment (specifically laughter-inducing entertainment) at the forefront because I believe it opens up the space for connecting on a deep level unlike anything available to high-level female entrepreneurs in Denver. There are so many great events out there that are more serious, some that create opportunities for women to […] Read more

The Lotus of Life

This week, at the Real Life Book Club social, I was on the panel of authentic experts and we were asked, “What was the defining moment when you knew you needed to do something different in your life to move forward in a big way?” I love panels where you don’t know the questions you’ll be asked, because they are an opportunity for me to speak from the heart rather than think through the correct answer.

Top 5 Marketing Mistakes You HAVE to Stop Making Now!

We’ve all done it. We start our business, and we begin throwing marketing tactics up against a wall to see what sticks. We put out a Facebook post here, start a LinkedIn group there, give Google AdWords an attempt or two, create some blog posts, hire an SEO firm to get us that coveted “top […] Read more

Jul, 07, 2015

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Pic Monkey, a Great Substitute for Photoshop

For years, I created illustrations for blog posts, images for Facebook, Pinterest, etc using Photoshop. It’s a great piece of software, don’t get me wrong, it’s just expensive and does way more than I need. I mean, I had to take a college class to understand how to use Photosohp for goodness sake. 

Mar, 10, 2015

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Holding Space for Lisa to Take Flight & Create Powerful Change for Women

I connect with clients through a number of ways: referrals from power partners and past clients, my workshops, social media, 3to5, and, more and more often, because of a dream.

Gathering Effective Client Testimonials

We’ve all heard it time and time again: “Collect testimonials from your satisfied clients!” And yet, so often as business owners, we ignore this sage advice, or the ‘tyranny of the urgent’ takes over and we don’t make the time to gather these important words of satisfaction. Just like anything else in our businesses, remembering […] Read more

How does Authenticity Look on You?

What if you were to be more of you every moment of every day? To let your light shine through? The truth is, most people are afraid to let their true selves out because…

What You Resist Persists

I was speaking with someone who is very close to me today and realized that this conversation comes up in similar ways all the time with my friends/family. And I notice this conundrum internally often as well. The conversation started with her saying “why do I suck at this so badly.” The topic of conversation […] Read more

Jul, 07, 2014

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How to Perform a Blog Post Brainstorm and Why

It often happens to many business owners after meeting with an online/content marketing strategist – the deer in headlights look – when they are presented with their strategy, part of which states that they should implement “2,000 new words on their website a month” or “write a new blog post each week.” The immediate response […] Read more

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