I’m honored to be one of three women featured as a KC Maker. Selected from among 50 fabulous nominees for my work in entrepreneurship, our stories appear in this KCPT special edition of The Local Show as part of a national PBS/AOL initiative celebrating women’s contributions to social change.
While continuing my own entrepreneurial adventures, I help business owners define what they want and mentor to assure their success.
By sharing here our lessons, ideas, and questions about business ownership, we’ll make the fun parts more so and the hard parts less so.
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From the Blog
I signed up for an online platform that links reporters’ requests with subject matter experts who can contribute to articles they’re writing for print and online media. I’ve already been included four times, a nice reward of free publicity for a daily quick Publicity Habit.
Each day, I receive three emails listing reporters’ inquiries. A quick [...]
I’ve found four resources required for building a business: money and humans are obvious, and time is fairly acknowledged. But it’s the fourth that makes or breaks businesses: energy.
It’s taken years of experience and honest self-awareness to be able to now say proudly, I love my clients. Every single one.
Finding the clients you love starts with knowing exactly and honestly what you need to do your best work and to receive your ideal rewards. Need two weeks’ notice to begin a new project?