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Karen Waldrop Talks About Being Passionate About Your Small Business

Be Passionate About Your Small Business In Karen’s words: I went full-time music in 2011 & have been playing music full time since! The sound of my music is what makes it unique. Although I am an artist I am a small business owner as well! Building Waldrup Worldwide- my music family – is so…

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Saying Yes and Saying No with Abby Anderson, Photographer Entrepreneur

Before Abby Anderson started her own business, she was a self-proclaimed serial clock watcher. She now knows that the desire to be free to create is a GIFT given to entrepreneurs! (In Abby’s Words)   I launched my photography business ten years ago in July of 2008.Originally my business name was not my personal name…

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Resiliency, Rest, and Trusting the Timing with Kathryn Vigness

Kathryn’s one word to entrepreneurs? “Show up every single day. The best journeys are the ones off the well-worn path.”. This lady is a Rockstar! (In Kathryn’s words): I started my coaching business as a side hustle in 2013, which morphed into speaking and writing as I left the corporate world after the birth of…

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The Importance of Finding a Mentor as a Small Business Owner

The most valuable asset we have in life is our relationships. We can all agree that a good and loyal friend to walk with us through life is a priceless jewel! But have you ever thought about how a mentor can be a relationship asset to your small business? Learning from a wiser soul who…

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Success Coach Amy Shimek on The Emotional Rollercoaster of Entrepreneurship

After founding, running and managing several small businesses herself, in January of 2017 Amy started a new journey: coaching other small business owners. One year later, we sat down with Amy to discuss her coaching practice. How do your balance small business ownership yourself with coaching other entrepreneurs? I really believe that being “in the…

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Work at Something Worthy of Your Time and Talent

I was visiting with a boutique owner several weeks ago who told me that she opened her store to bring variety and uniqueness to her community; to help customers find a delightful surprise in each transaction. Five years later she finds herself sitting in a windowless office behind a desk piled so high with papers…

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Taking Care of Yourself

Self-care as a business owner is not easy and often gets overlooked. In the early days of your business, and even after you are up and running, it is so easy to feel like we need to work all the time. If we don’t get it done, who will? Creating, building, growing and sustaining a…

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