Category: Business

Are you a Micromanager?

Micromanaging is a sign you don’t trust your hiring, onboarding, and training processes.

What Makes You Extra AF?

Today I am working on an article about how hard we work to “fit in,” whether it be our keeping up with the Joneses lifestyle or copycatting business ideas.  And it comes precisely at a time when I am working so hard to differentiate my business from the masses. When

Guest Post: 5 Biggest Mistakes You’re Making with the Software You Use

One really fun thing about my work is that I never know what I am going to be writing about in a given week. It could be affordable housing policy briefs, real estate bios, construction workforce culture, or some form of a technical write up. Most of the work I

Paying for SEO on bad content is like putting lipstick on a pig.

  Paying for SEO on bad content is like putting lipstick on a pig. Go the extra mile on content development first. Make it shine, make it engaging, make it meaningful!    

Want Great Clients? Get Your Sh*t Together.

The two most common questions I get asked when I tell people I am a writer: 1) What do you write? 2) How do you find your clients? The answer to the first question is pretty straightforward: I solve explanation problems for CEOs and founders who don’t have time to

Refer Friends, Get Paid

June 2019 referral program goodies: gift cards, discounts, and RATE LOCK. Do you know someone that could benefit from professional writing services?  Send them my way.  It’s a win win win!  I get to do that thing I love to do, your friend enjoys the benefits of artisan content for

12 Things that Freelancing Taught Me

My little business of one is on the come up. It’s exhilarating and sometimes terrifying! But, I *LOVE* what I do.  And I’m glad I took the long way here.  When people ask me how I became a writer, they expect me to say that I was an English major

I’m your Ghostwriter, Writer for Money

What do you think of when you hear the term, ghostwriter?  I get a mixed reaction from way too excited (because they think I’m writing for celebrities rather than real people–real people are way cooler btw), or a face that betrays their thoughts that I’m somehow selling myself for money. 

Don’t invite me to your women’s only event.

(I don’t own this image.) Ok – this is probably going to piss some people off… I don’t participate in women’s only business events. I don’t think there is anything wrong with women doctors, CEOs, engineers, or techies. What I do have a problem with is that we feel the need

Busy is for Bees.

I was recently asked to speak at an event alongside some other business owners. My first thought was “UGH – I am SO busy… how am I going to fit ANOTHER thing in my schedule??” I had to check that reflex and say to myself, LADY – what the hell

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