I so love when I get happy colour emails in my inbox! This girl is such a sucker for Pantone Colour Theory and all the other good stuff that comes with new colour reports and the current trends! Bonus when the colour scheme goes so perfectly with my last batch of branding shots by Three Crowns Studio.
This girl has been nominated for The Young Professional or Entrepreneur of the Year (YPEG Award) through The Oakville Awards for Business Excellence and the Oakville Chamber Of Commerce!
Guys, I want to get real for a minute. Sometimes, people will be threatened by you. Sometimes you will feel like there is this giant competition and you are either winning or losing, THIS IS A GIANT LIE! There is no competition as far as personality goes. You will not be the right person for everybody and that is OK!
This post was so well written and so on the ball, I JUST HAD TO SHARE! Please give it a good read and pop on over Here to read the full article and show some love to the Author Alexa Taylor.
You know the saying: your brand is what people say about you when you’re not in the room. I like this saying because it gives us all a good reminder of what our business should be. Your brand is the way you speak, the way you present yourself online (through what you post and your response to others), and it’s also the morals with with you run your business or blog.
Tattoos, piercings, and fun hair colours are quickly becoming more acceptable in mainstream society. Whether you choose to remain unmarked or flaunt a world of artistic expressions, body art and creative hair styles may still affect your clients view of your business and your professionalism as a business owner.
I am talking about how you portray yourself on social media, your website and any branding collateral you use. In the world of small business owners, we are often the face of our brands, we are the ones attending networking meetings, coffee dates and are the ones giving mad quick elevator pitches as we try to sell ourselves and our business in the least pushy way possible. Needless to say, people are going to take notice of what we look like, and it's important that what you display online looks like you and represents who you are as business.