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The Instant Brand Blueprint Review (Lady Boss Studio)
Since I am in the beginning stages of branching off into entrepreneurship, I want to share my journey, from the products I try, to the results I get as a result of doing something. Today, I tried a branding kit (Lady Boss Studio) that helped me to put my vision of what I want myContinue reading “The Instant Brand Blueprint Review (Lady Boss Studio)”
Are doubts stopping you?
Here are some examples of things that promote positivity and motivational thinking to improve your life. 1. Daily Journal for Women with anxiety 2. Inspirational Wall Quotes 3. Affirmation Cards for Women
Defining Your Company Purpose
Before the pandemic, I used to think in terms of my value to a company, but now I largely look at myself as a brand. A brand has a story, a place of origin, and a relevance to the right now. In a previous blog post, I mentioned how our personal experiences provide a perspectiveContinue reading “Defining Your Company Purpose”
CPR Pitching Method
I know what you’re thinking….CPR, there’s a person that need a medical attention…right?? Well, in business this is a pitch framework that Gloria Chou used to pitch herself to get on other’s podcast. What is unique about this approach is that it is used to generate interest outside your customer base. Don’t think of thisContinue reading “CPR Pitching Method”
Magazine for New Entrepreneurs
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Virtual Addresses when forming an LLC as a Part Time Entrepreneur
There are a few things to consider when thinking about expenses when forming an LLC, and you are going to be doing it part time. If you are considering going after government contracts, then the virtual office address cannot be a P.O. Box. It must be a physical address. For example, there is a serviceContinue reading “Virtual Addresses when forming an LLC as a Part Time Entrepreneur”