Month: August 2019

Brainchild Studios turns three years old in September of 2019. I can't believe I'm officially the mama bear to a toddler. Oh, how time flies. For all those fellow entrepreneurs out there, getting to year three brings a lot of opportunities to pivot. I felt like year one was about survival, year two was about...

Entrepreneurship isn't for the faint of heart. Yes, spending your life building something is one of the greatest thrills I could ever imagine, but it's not cut out for everyone. If you're confused, check out my post on the myths of entrepreneurship for further clarification. However, September 2018 officially marked the two-year milestone of my...

In September of 2016, I began the journey of launching a digital content marketing agency and carefully crafting an environment for women to have fulfilling careers, strong family lives, and pursue personal growth. And I've learned some huge lessons along the way. This is what I learned in my first year running a business.  ...

For years I've heard about Traction: Get a Grip on Your Business by Gino Wickman. Many business folks hold this book and it's Entrepreneurial Operating System (EOS) as the holy grail of entrepreneurship and small business ownership. Now, this may not be a terribly popular opinion, but I feel it's a bit antiquated. I think...

For the majority of us, we need a job to pay the bills and allow us the luxury of a roof over our heads, clothes on our backs and food on the table.  But I have to ask, are you spending your time and energy fulfilling the requirements and demands of a job or are...

It has been a long-standing— I want to say stereotype— but the reality is that it’s been a long-standing truth, that women have been put in a place to compete against one another. We saw this in the 1800s when women were in competition to be seen as the “best” mother. We saw this (and...