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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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Esther of Oily Blends on the Best Parts of Being a Small Business Owner

It’s important to Esther to give the women of her Florida community a place to work and create and help build a business. As we explore more boutique brands, read about what inspires her in this week’s blog. (In Esther’s words) I started oily Blends in July 2015. It is important to me that the…

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The Power of Loving What You Do with Lane Oian from Healing Grounds

When was the last time you asked another business owner: “So what’s new with you”?  We all want to be seen and Lane reminds us that we should never underestimate the power of a smile in this week’s blog. A small business owner will a new business startup, Lane will inspire you! (In Lane’s words)…

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Boutique Owner Ann Shaw on Vintage, Lace, and the Importance of Faith

She couldn’t do it without FAITH! We first bet Ann Shaw through the Boutique Hub and loved her trendy outique style. As a finalist in the Boutique Hub’s Best Mobile Boutique Category, Ann Shaw, owner of White Owl Creek Boutique says FAITH provides and directs her as she builds her small business in White Owl,…

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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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Flexibility, Freedom, and Why It’s Ok to Take Things Slow: Amy from Gabriel’s Good Tidings

Amy doesn’t just preach it, she LIVES it! We love her heart and are proud to work with her and showcase her brand.We had the opportunity to talk to Amy about her company; here is what she had to say! When did you start your business? My business started small and slow in 2012. I…

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The Best Methods for Setting Goals and Keeping Track Of Them

The first of the year is right around the corner. Even if you are not one prone to making New Year’s resolutions, you may still contemplate what the New Year could bring for you and your small business. Maybe it is the craze of the holidays followed by the quiet of a January week, or…

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