Why You Shouldn’t Be Everything for Everyone

Wishing you could attract more ideal clients? Not really sure how? Maybe you’re not even sure who your ideal clients are. Here’s a post just for you! Read on to learn more about how to determine who your ideal clients are and why you should design a business with a niche.

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Do You Need a Site Security or Safe Checkout Badge in Squarespace?

If you’ve been wanting to add a safe checkout badge or a site security seal to your Squarespace site, this article is for you. Get the 101 on SSL, Squarespace sites’ security status, and the ethics of how to show your site is safe.

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How Being an Entrepreneur Can Help You Grow as a Person

Being a business owner is an incredible way to also grow yourself. It’s not always easy, but it’s definitely worth it. Here are a few tips to help you when you get stuck and need a little push. Keep growing!

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A Guide to Soulful, Slow Marketing

Marketing is a word that makes soulful, intentional business owners cringe. But it doesn’t have to be a deceitful, manipulative experience. You can do marketing in ways that feel authentic and even enjoyable. If you’ve been looking for a new mindset for marketing, you’ll enjoy the slow marketing perspective. Read on to learn more about how to put this into practice in your own business.

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Squarespace or Wordpress: The Basics

If you’ve been debating between creating your website on Squarespace or Wordpress, this post is for you. Wading through the heaps of information out there (lots of it biased) can be overwhelming. So I’ve created a super simple guide to the biggest differences and which situations each platform is best for. Read on to pick your platform!

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6 Questions to Ask Yourself Before Starting a Business

If you’re ready to start a business, take the time to answer these 6 questions. Business building can be hard, so it’s important to thoroughly understand why you do what you do and who you do it for (and what makes them tick). Take the time to discover yourself and your audience and your business will thrive.

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