4 Daily Habits You Need To Bring In A Steady Flow of Clients – It’s never too early to build habits that will keep you from suffering from the feast of famine cycle.
How Not To Get Caught Up In The 6 Figure Blogger Suck In – When you’re starting (or even growing a business) it’s important to make wise investments. Part of this is being sure that what you’re buying is what you will actually get. Here’s a very useful post to help you avoid falling for false promises.
How To Pick A Business Idea You’ll Love – Finding it hard to commit to just one thing? Millions of brilliant business ideas running through your head? Check out this post to help you narrow it down!
I Can Do It Cheaper Myself – Working on pricing your products and services? Check out this post from the always Brilliant Claire Mitchell to help you when choosing how to select your prices.
Here’s Some Advice From Two Women Who Have Been There And Done That – Looking for advice from more seasoned business owners? Check out this post!
The Top 10 Mistakes New Entrepreneurs Make – After reading this post, I can honestly say that these are mistakes that even experienced entrepreneurs can make. Either way, a must read for a new biz owner.
How To Write An Incredible Elevator Pitch – At some point, you’ll need to tell someone about your business. And when you do, you should be able to do it in just a few sentences. This can take a lot of practice. Check out this post for help.
Why Entrepreneurs Constantly Burnout and How you Can Prevent It – Before you get too deep into your business, read about burnout so that you can see the signs and avoid it before it’s too late.
Lucky Bitch – Mindset has been a huge part in growing our business, but even if that’s not your thing, you’ll still find practical business tips on Denise’s blog. For example, here’s a post on setting business boundaries. Take it from us, it’s never too early to think about how to set boundaries in your business. After all, you’re creating something that’s supposed to serve your life, and not the other way around.
Ivory Mix – Looking for some awesome images to use on your blog and social media profiles? IvoryMix has a free library of images, or you can sign up for her photo membership to get access to even more of her collections. Her blog is also full of tips for marketing your business. Overwhelmed? Here’s a good place to start: https://ivorymix.com/start-a-blog-the-beginners-ultimate-guide.
Unsplash – Another great option for photos. With this site you won’t have to opt in or pay for a monthly subscription. There’s an option to provide credits with the images you use, but it’s not required. Not sure what to search for? Check out the collections at the top of the site, Business & Work and People generally have what we’re looking for when we’re looking for client images.
Canva – Need something to edit your new images and aren’t ready to make the leap into Photoshop? With canva.com you can edit your images and even use their pre-made templates to create images for your social media profiles and posts. There’s a free and paid level, but if you’re just getting started you can do plenty before subscribing to their paid plan.