Argue like you’re right. Listen like you’re wrong.

What you have to say, what you think and what you are doing are valuable and you deserve to be heard. Don't be shot down or apologize every time someone disagrees or tries to silence you. Tell them to hold on a second and argue like you're right....then listen like you're wrong. So how do you make sure a lesson sinks in?

Which Came First: The Content or The Branding?

It's difficult to decide what to do first when debuting your company: A logo to put on your page or content to start generating an audience? It's like asking 'Which came first, the chicken or the egg?' Companies question what they need before going public or they don't think they can put out content until … Continue reading Which Came First: The Content or The Branding?

A Lot-a-Bit or A Little-Bit

My aunt won a contest the other day by sharing her quick-and-easy business advice "Stay in your lane and pay others to do what you don't want to know or deal with."   It's like when you're driving in traffic (Hey, Seattle) and turning down the radio so you can focus on the streets and … Continue reading A Lot-a-Bit or A Little-Bit


This was a post written February 27, 2018 that started this entire journey. It is referenced in this blog so I wanted to share. I have adjusted some of the wording and thoughts since then. Enjoy…   “She stood in the storm & when the wind did not blow her way, she adjusted her sails.” -Elizabeth … Continue reading Storm’s-a-Brewin’!