Building a Brand
The title says it all–women need to be speakers at conferences. I curated a list of 100 conferences for women entrepreneurs where you can start looking for opportunities.
Despite being an introvert and feeling a little uncomfortable at conferences, I still go to them regularly. This article outlines why I continue to go and why you should too.
I don't know about you, but there have been many days where I wake up and before I know it the day is completely over. I'm amazed at how quickly the hours can go. Between a full time job, my company (which is another full time job, just on early mornings, nights and...
“It’s sooooo hard to find the time to do everything!!! I could start my business if I juuuuuuuuuust HAD MORE TIME! I’m too busy right now.” Sound familiar? If you struggle with this, I’ve got some suggestions for you.
With no clear picture of how you wish your life to be, how on earth can you begin to live it? Learn why this question was a game-changer for me and how you can use it in your own life.
Wondering how to build your personal brand? This article outlines the four steps that will help you build the dynamic reputation and personal brand you want.
One of my absolute favorite platforms across social media was created by Khadeen and Devale Ellis, a black millennial married couple with three kids. They’ve developed an amazingly successful brand that continues to grow and thrive. In a recent podcast episode, they provide advice to content creators that I share here.
The term “personal brand” is probably one of the most overused and under-grasped concepts floating around. This article offers a self-reflective approach to personal branding that centers the “personal brand” in adding value to the lives of others. One size doesn’t have to fit all.
Beyoncé Put on a Clinic for Content Creators Today: 3 Lessons from #BeyonceHomecoming and #Beychella
As many of us were minding our own business in the wee hours of Wednesday, April 17, Mrs. Beyoncé Giselle Knowles-Carter was preparing to come for all of our necks, edges, and lives with the release both a 137-minute documentary and concert film, titled Homecoming, AND a live album featuring songs from the concert, aptly titled Homecoming: The Live Album. As I was watching all of this transpire, it made me think a lot about content creation and how masterfully Beyoncé was using and re-using hers. HIt the link for three lessons I see for content creators from Professor Knowles-Carter.
Nicki Minaj has built a nine-figure brand since stepping on the scene in 2004. In addition to music, she’s sold everything from nails and perfume to moscato and wigs. Minaj’s stamp of approval is valuable, and she’s knows it. Companies who use her name must compensate her for that privilege. On Friday, Minaj took to Twitter to call out one ultra-high end shoe company who is using her name without paying her . . . Giuseppe Zanotti. Here’s why I believe she’s right to do so – I hope he runs her that check ASAP.