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Honoring the archetype of new beginnings in your business

Honoring the archetype of new beginnings in your business

Every spiritual tradition has its own way of acknowledging the return of the light.

When days start to grow longer after the darkest time, we are connected to the archetype of New Beginnings.

Fresh energies are available to us, with new hopes for what is yet to come.

And because all those symbols are active in your psyche, even if you are not aware of them, it’s a great time to shine a light on how you do things in your business.

Personally, I like to refresh my message, review my strategies and reconnect with my inspiration.

If you haven’t done it yet, I invite you to engage in a similar type of process.

This is how I do it.

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Can we write copy with integrity and authenticity?

Can we write copy with integrity and authenticity?

Words can hurt and words can heal.
And because words matter, many folk stories taught us exactly that.

Remember the story of Rumpelstiltskin?

Once upon a time, a greedy king asked a peasant girl to spin a bunch of straw into gold or he would kill her.

In her desperation, she accepted the help of a weird-looking, little man who would do the magic for her as long as she would give him her first-born baby.

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How to feel more comfortable marketing your services

How to feel more comfortable marketing your services
How to feel more comfortable marketing your services

It’s very common to feel bad about putting ourselves out there.

We know we have to spread the word about our work but we fall into the trap of comparing ourselves with the big names in our industry and end up thinking we’re not good enough as we are.

When I created this blog back in 2013, I was full of doubts, even though I had been in business for several years with another blog.
I had thoughts like:

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Brand Alignment: How to add depth and meaning to your brand

I’m sure you’ve noticed it, too. We’re exposed to so much information that we pay less and less attention to any of it.

Our brains, in order to cope with this information overload, have learned to shut down and filter everything that is irrelevant to us.

So almost everything is ignored.

The same is true for your clients, by the way. They scroll through their feeds, ignoring most of what they see and hear.

And that’s a huge problem for those of us in business, because…

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