Posts tagged entrepreneur
Running a Business as a Projector: Tiffany Chao, of Tiffany April Co.

Tiffany Chao is a powerhouse marketer — which might surprise you, since she’s a Projector with that blasted “wait-for-an-invitation” directive. But I’d argue her Projector nature is part of why Tiffany is so good at what she does. Projectors see trends and patterns naturally — an important trait for anyone creating cutting-edge marketing and or creating the next new ‘It’ brand.

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How Much Money Do You ACTUALLY Need to Start a Business or Side Project?

Starting your own business or side project is an incredible experience — but it's also pretty stressful. Making sure you're well-resourced enough to begin your entrepreneurial journey is incredibly important to your success. Money is an important resource, sure — but you'd be surprised at what else you might need in order to start your business.

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8 Mystical and Practical Processes That Drive More Traffic To Your Site: Part 2

Last week, we touched on the first four steps to figuring out what you want to make — so you have SOMETHING to drive viewers to! This week we’re going to dig into the more mystical and alternative aspects of getting more traffic to your site, as well as *very practical* ways to grow your audience. 

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Want To Get More Eyes on Your Content, Product, or Service? Here are 8 Steps You Can Take to Start Right Now: Part 1

More eyes on your content = more people who get what you do and what you’re about. And that, my friend, is important. Because what you have to offer is valuable. So let’s get your work in front of more people! In this article, I’ll give you the first four steps — practical and mystical — to boosting your traffic and getting more eyes on what you do. Next week, I’ll bring you part two.

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Creating Safe Space In Your Body: Meet Breathwork Teacher Ashley Neese

Ashley Neese is a renowned breathwork teacher and author. She has studied with some of the world’s leading masters in yoga, meditation, medical intuition and somatic therapy. We sat down with her to talk about inclusivity in the wellness space, how “the work” is never over (even when you’re an expert!), and how all of us deserve to feel at home in our bodies.

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Lenea Sims: Self-Care, But Make It Fun

Lenea Sims is an energy worker akin to a paint spinner — an ecstatic splash of color in the often neutral toned world of wellness. As a practitioner, rather than working individually she facilitates energetic healing through the products she creates and curates on her platform, Inner Play, where everything reinforces the belief that “the key to good inner work is having fun while you do it.”

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