If I knew then what I know now, I may have hesitated for a little while longer… I may have decided to wait – to take more time to top up our emergency savings account, to really figure out our five-year plan. The last two years …
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Have you ever been told you weren’t fit for a job before you even applied for it? Has someone in a position of power ever suggested you wouldn’t rise to the top because you couldn’t “do it all?” How would you respond if someone excluded you …
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.
They say year two is one of the hardest years to survive as an entrepreneur. This past year has certainly presented its share of obstacles. It’s not easy when your work is so entrenched in your personal lives. It’s not easy drawing the line between being …
I’m an editor. This means I delete, modify and replace words and thoughts for a living, in efforts to create a polished product intended to drive specific results.
Depending on the platform, these objectives will differ. From a journalistic perspective, the ultimate goal is to share the truth.
But as a storyteller and content marketer, the intentions are slightly skewed…
I have a confession to make.
I’ve spent the last two months questioning my business: Why am I doing this? What value am I bringing my clients? Where do I want this to go?
I received one of the greatest compliments a copywriter can get this past month: an author hired me to write the About page on her website.
Yes, even writers have a hard time writing their bio. It’s hard for us to talk about ourselves. Sometimes, we all need a little external perspective to help us see our lives, our businesses, our accomplishments, in a new light.
Fortunately, this is where Web of Words comes in.
They say when someone copies you, that you should take it as a sign of success. Like you’ve been building your career only to let it be judged by the emulation of others.
It doesn’t make the fact any easier to accept.
As an artist, as an entrepreneur, your ideas, your words, your creations are what make you who you are. You feel this burning desire to share them with the world, because you’re told that is the only way to make them real. But who stops them from being stolen?
If I were a season, I think I would be spring.
I admire her strength – how after a few failed attempts at battling winter’s harsh wind and grey skies, she always finds a way to pull through. I love the way she brightens the day; even for those who see the world differently than she does.