Keys to Staying Positive In Uncertain Times

As a self-proclaimed creative entrepreneur, I know first hand how following the calling to create can wreak havoc on your emotions. There are plenty of days I struggle to get out of bed. Owning your own business is a calling. You have to be out your mind to give up a steady paycheck to pursue the uncertainty of owning a small business. It is not all glitz and glam over here. There are many days of shade and sacrifice, but I don’t regret one moment of it. Creating a legacy and helping others drives me to perform at my best. Although I try to keep it positive most days, I am well aware that not every day is sunshine. Many of my counterparts on social media mainly talk about winning and only s

10 Funs Things to Consider When to Marketing to Xennials

As a Xennial, I don’t want to be spam with content in my inbox nor do I want to be told what to do. I love being on social media, but I also love spending time away from all the hype. I miss the days in college when we would all gather over to my sorority sister’s apartment to make mix tapes and dance the night away. I miss going to the club and taking shots of tequila. However, I’m super happy that I made it out of my twenties alive & thriving in my early 40’s. With all the hype of business trying to market to Millennials and Generation X, businesses tend to have forgotten about us. Honestly, I don’t think we care. Our parents are from the Baby Boomer generations, and grandparents from t

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