Okay, Danielle LaPorte is just fantastic. Just sayin. She had my full attention the moment she began talking about how college is unnecessary for most people. She’s the perfect example of someone who’s confidence has gotten them farther in life than college ever could. Oh if only I knew then, what I know now, I would have waited. Okay, sometimes she loses me for a second, but overall she’s just the bomb. My mind = blown!
Permission to get a little messy
I’m plugging along at my Right-Brain Business Plan. We are four weeks into the Fall 2013 e-course and I’m behind about two weeks…typical. But I’m slowly catching up. I’m already starting to become clearer about the direction I want to take my business, how I want to streamline my offerings, the language I want to use, etc… I’m glad I began doing this before I started spending mucho bucks on advertising–which just happens to be November’s goal. This morning I revamped my website to further reflect those desires and I can only assume that I will make further modifications as I become more embedded in the Right-Brain Business Plan process. Did I happen to mention that I’m a facilitator for this program? Yup. Call me if you need me. And have I also mentioned how much I love my websites (Sweet Pea’s Groceries, Hazardous Materials and this one here)? I’ve fine-tuned them to the point that I’m finally super, mega, duper proud of what I’m putting out into the world. Seriously, I think I’ve done an amazing job for a person who doesn’t know any code whatsoever. Okay, that was waaaaay more than enough horn tooting for one lifetime. Below are some photos of what I’ve done so far (basically my business overview, my executive summary, and now on to the competitive analysis). I’m not much for collage so the rest will probably consist of maps or drawings or illegible chicken-scratch, knowing me.