Web of Words is now entering its fourth year. The last couple of years have been spent heads down, doing the (client) work. We’ve been working really hard to build the business. Now, I want to get back to building our brand.
I have a question for you. It’s an important one…
If your business page was deleted off of Facebook tomorrow, would anyone miss you?
Would they even notice that you disappeared?
When we first voiced our decision to go into business together, we got a lot of looks. “You’re brave,” people would say. “How will you separate life from work?”
I don’t think there is any perfect answer to that question.
Somehow, I managed to wrap up 2015 with my arms clasped around the cold porcelain bowl in the ensuite of my home. Perhaps it was my way of clearing out any bad vibes from the year. Personally, I would have preferred taking Elizabeth Gilbert’s approach, which …
As you’re reading this, it’s possible I’m flying overhead (in an airplane of course… I left my broomstick at home), somewhere between Toronto and Washington DC.
I’m taking off on my first official Web of Words business trip, and we’re going international, baby!
If the third quarter was a roller coaster at Canada’s Wonderland, it would definitely be The Bat. It was like July and August were rolling along, slowly but steadily climbing to the “peak,” otherwise known as September. Then once this month arrived, the real excitement began.
September is like a cold splash of water to the face. And I’m not sure my tired eyes are ready for it.
I have a confession to make: last week’s clean laundry is still sitting where my husband left it — folded and stored carefully in the basket. Yes, my husband does the laundry. But it’s my job to put it away. And that hasn’t happened yet. I mean, I …
A lot has changed since that November day when I gave notice to my boss at my full-time job to let him know my career was taking a different direction (and that I was going to have to chase after it, wherever it decided to go). …
The best thing you can do for your business is let your brand evolve on its own terms.