Archive for the ‘Guest Posts’ Category

Guest Post: Saving Money and Seasonal Cocooning

Today’s guest post is from Shellie Lempert. Shellie is a personal friend, fellow Toastmaster and part-time introvert. (You’ll see what I mean when you read the post.) If you like what you see here, check out The Grrl’s Guide to (Not) Spending Money. If you’re an introvert like me and have ever made feeble and […]

How Do You Start Giving Paid Workshops?

Today, we welcome back author, writer and poet Alice Osborn. Alice shares her experience in the area of creating free and paid workshops as a vehicle for growing your business. I’ve attended several of Alice’s workshops, and I have also partnered with her on some joint workshops. She is a great teacher and creative mentor. […]

Guest Post: How to Set Better Boundaries

Today we welcome back guest blogger Alice Osborn, author of Heroes Without Capes! Alice is a fellow writer and freelancer. This article’s topic is critical for anyone in a service-related business, especially if you are in business full-time and rely on a steady source of clients to put food on the table. It is not […]

Guest Post: The Secret to Attracting Awesome Clients

Today’s guest post is from my good friend and long-time business ally Alice Osborn. Alice is a highly talented writer and editor; she teaches classes on memoir, fiction and poetry. She and I have worked together on a number of different endeavors since 2007, including several workshops that we co-led. It was during one of […]

Guest Post: Using Social Media to Attract Enterprise B2B Clients

For today’s post, I interviewed David Williams, professional photographer and cinematographer. David specializes in corporate head shots. I have known David personally and professionally since 2010. David shot both of my two all-time favorite headshots. I’ve also seen numerous other examples of his photography and it has always gotten rave reviews. David also brings a […]

Guest Post: 3 Steps for Introverted Entrepreneurs to Soar to Sales Success

A big thanks to Leslie Flowers, who shares her experience in today’s guest post! I attended Leslie’s mastermind program several years ago as well as several of her workshops. I’ve also had the privilege to sit in on a number of her talks about goal-setting and personal development.  What if your voice as an introvert was […]