Recently we encountered a delightful New York native who has a penchant for all things Cali - a journalist by trade who once wrote a book on relationships and the struggle between men and women and what's behind all of that. The book is entitled "Kaliening on the Road to Happiness" - self-published back in the … Continue reading Spirituality and business – do they mix?
We were recently interviewed by Jim Fitzpatrick of ASBN (Atlanta Small Business Network) along with Mark Collier of UGA's Small Business Development Center (SBDC). Check out the interview below! REPOST from MyASBN.com: The market for advertising firms is a crowded one, and it’s often difficult to create noticeable distinction between agencies. However, we spoke … Continue reading We were just featured on Atlanta Small Business Network! Check it out.
How do you create a powerful business name? You start with (1) homework, (2) brainstorming with friends (preferably with a bottle of wine), (3) remembering what NOT to do and (4) following these 6 best tips on how to name your business. Some of these you might be surprised by! Check this out and share … Continue reading Tips on Naming Your Business: How to Create a Powerful Business Name
I'm sure by now you heard the iTunes news that came out a little over a week ago. THe nearly two-decade-old iTunes is going away to be replaced by three key functional areas it serves anyway: Apple Music, Apple Podcasts and Apple TV. But how will that effect us podcasters (especially those of us who … Continue reading How iTunes Shutting Down Effects Podcasters
Have you ever used the SBDC (Small Business Development Center) with UGA before? I just started for the first time today. They take you in as a client - you fill out some basic info (a simple one-pager) to start. My particular advisor / resource partner (not sure what to call him yet) wanted the … Continue reading The SBDC: A Great (and FREE) Resource for Entrepreneurs
This one is for the non-profits - especially those who volunteer for them (like I do). If you've ever been asked to get involved with planning and executing an awards show for a non-profit, this video was tailor-made for you. I now have two successful non-profit award shows under my belt that I've gleaned experience … Continue reading Planning an Awards Ceremony? Start here. (Includes Free Checklist)
March 27, 2019 | Atlanta, GA The very definition of an entrepreneur means you’re about to attempt to wear many hats that you were never intended to nor qualified to wear. In fact, 66% of small to medium-sized business owners are personally responsible for three or more of the following areas of their business: branding … Continue reading BrandTech Day helps entrepreneurs with two of their biggest struggles: branding and technology
Meet Esther Rabbit - Author of the New Adult Paranormal Romance, Lost in Amber, Digital Marketing Specialist and Content Creator for upcoming writers. We recently sat down with Esther to get her take on the writing industry that we think other authors might find quite interesting. We asked her about (1) her experience in the … Continue reading Marketing Tips for Authors from Esther Rabbit: What Not to Do, Getting Reviews, Budgets & Audience Growth
It's been about ninety days now since we last came to you with our Kanban Board idea, so we thought we'd stop in to let you know how it's coming along. A Kanban Board is a method for getting things done - and in our case - not just any little thing, but the most important … Continue reading How’s the Kanban Board Coming Along?
We've been a proponent of choosing One Word as an overarching, umbrella-like theme for your year for some time now. Admittedly, it's quite difficult - even agonizing - to choose just one word to represent the trajectory and mindset for your entire year ahead. However, doing so can be quite powerful. Last year, we chose the word … Continue reading What’s your One Word for 2019? Here’s a couple of ideas for your One Word, plus we’ll share ours with you…