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
Last week we asked the question: WHY do we sabotage our own business dreams? Today we're coming back to you with a special weekend-edition response to that - giving you 5 of our best ways we've found to NOT sabotage our dreams. This is a bit of encouragement we wanted to share with you that … Continue reading Are we playing small or serving the world?
Why Authentic Effort is Needed for Authentic Marketing Magic: so today I brought you along with me for a bit of a fall run. Running by the river is a great way for me to clear my head, get some creative juices flowing, etc. And while running, a message came to me literally through a … Continue reading Stop Sabotaging Your Business Dreams!
Wondering what IGTV is, why it is and how to use it? Here are all the basics to get you started - including how to upload a video from mobile and web (once that bug is fixed). Check out our video tutorial below plus these tips and things to know (be sure to watch the intro … Continue reading How to do IGTV: Learn the Basics of Instagram Television
Whenever you find yourself on the side of the majority, it is time to pause and reflect. - Mark Twain How do you cut through the noise out there for your business? The first basic step is to start with differentiation. But how do you go about differentiating your business (or yourself) from everyone else … Continue reading How to differentiate yourself: for entrepreneurs, personal branders (which we all are) AND career professionals.
Two of the biggest enemies of success: Analysis Paralysis and Perfectionism Paralysis. We have so much negative talk and artificial roadblocks in our heads that keep us from starting or finishing something: a business, that website, our book, that song, that album, the company app. We end up endlessly tweaking - never finishing. How do we get around that? Perhaps … Continue reading What “If” by Rudyard Kipling can teach us about Analysis Paralysis, Perfectionism Paralysis and the “Done is better than perfect” concept.
Have you ever walked into a room and you didn't know a soul? No one who looks familiar, looks like you, acts like you, talks like you... what do you do?? How do you connect? You're there to create connections for business of course, but how do you even begin? Not to worry. ADS and … Continue reading The BEST Secrets of Networking
Many of us have the passion for writing - or at least the passion for our story. But how do we write a story that's as compelling as we lived it? Or how do we write a "how-to" book that's not going to put someone to sleep after the first sentence? We asked this same question … Continue reading How to write a GREAT first book (yes, it can be done).
Yes, leopard - and apparently any kind of animal print - is a neutral. The colors - tans, browns, blacks - are all neutrals. Zebra is a neutral. Snakeskin. Also, curvy girls can wear stripes, patterns can be mixed and - above all - positively everything must be tailored according to ADS Style Chat expert Morgan … Continue reading Leopard is a neutral (and many other style tips you didn’t know for personal branding)