interview: Rhiannon Adler on running a slow, gentle + profitable business

One of my key values is community: I love connecting with other small business owners and get inspired by how they run their businesses and live their lives. In this interview series I’m asking lovely small business owners to share how they run a slow, gentle and profitable business. In this post, Rhiannon Adler shares…… Continue reading interview: Rhiannon Adler on running a slow, gentle + profitable business

interview: Natalie Warner on running a slow, gentle + profitable business

One of my key values is community: I love connecting with other small business owners and get inspired by how they run their businesses and live their lives. In this interview series I’m asking lovely small business owners to share how they run a slow, gentle and profitable business. In this post, Natalie Warner shares…… Continue reading interview: Natalie Warner on running a slow, gentle + profitable business

how to use out-of-office replies to set boundaries in your business

When I email clients or friends I often get out-of-office replies. In this post I’ll share why I love getting these out-of-office replies, and how you too can use out-of-office replies to set boundaries in your business. Many of the out-of-office replies I get aren’t just any kind of replies, but messages sharing what people…… Continue reading how to use out-of-office replies to set boundaries in your business

a different take on to-do lists

How do you feel about your to-do list? If I’ve learned anything about to-do lists over the past couple of years it’s that people’s relationship with them is complicated. In this post, I want to share the project list as an alternative to the to-do list. As I’ll explain, project lists are much more do-able…… Continue reading a different take on to-do lists

how to keep going when business is slow

I often speak to small business owners about how unpredictable running your own business is. You put in all the work, do all the “required” things, do the marketing, perfect your sales pages–and nothing happens. Or, you’re not working in any special way on your marketing or doing anything different, and get a flurry of…… Continue reading how to keep going when business is slow

how I launched my latest product slowly and gently

In April I launched my latest product, an email series to help small business owners market their business off social media. It’s certainly not the first time that I’m launching a product. But this time, I went about it very differently from what I did before. Rather than going for a hard, time-sensitive launch, I…… Continue reading how I launched my latest product slowly and gently

interview: Josephine Brooks on running a slow, gentle + profitable business

One of my key values is community: I love connecting with other small business owners and get inspired by how they run their businesses and live their lives. In this interview series I’m asking lovely small business owners to share how they run a slow, gentle and profitable business. In this post, Josephine Brooks shares…… Continue reading interview: Josephine Brooks on running a slow, gentle + profitable business

the marketing strategy that works for me in 2022

In mid-2021 I wrote a few posts about my marketing strategy and ecosystem. Since then I’ve made a few changes that make me feel even better in my business. I left Instagram, am writing more newsletters and am really investing in using my network and community. In this post I’ll share more about my marketing…… Continue reading the marketing strategy that works for me in 2022

what happened to my business when I left social media

In October 2021 I took a break from Instagram. I had just launched my business boundaries that feel good guide, and felt tired. I was tired of feeling like I needed to be ‘on’ all the time. I also really disliked how scrolling Instagram made me feel. I enjoyed catching up with friends, but those…… Continue reading what happened to my business when I left social media

interview: Rachel Baker on running a slow, gentle + profitable business

One of my key values is community: I love connecting with other small business owners and get inspired by how they run their businesses and live their lives. In this interview series I’ve asked lovely small business owners to share how they run a slow, gentle and profitable business. In this post, Rachel Baker, a.k.a…… Continue reading interview: Rachel Baker on running a slow, gentle + profitable business