Tag Archives: reinvention

Have You Lost Your Way?

Losing your way when you’re running a business based on ideas—air, really—is easier than we’d like to think. It’s happened to clients, it’s happened to me and I’m willing to bet it’s happened to you. You take on a client … Continue reading

Seven Moves To Rev Up Your Consulting Business For 2017

It’s never too early—or too late—to fire up your consulting business for 2017. Here are seven moves you can make right now to position yourself for the work, the clients and the revenue you deserve. Revisit your business strategy. What’s your … Continue reading

Going Rogue

I’m taking a short respite this week, so please enjoy this post from last July you may have missed… You know there’s something bigger you’re ready to do. Grow your practice, expand your platform, finally write that book. But what … Continue reading

Killer Moths, KonMari and Cash

Last week I discovered we’d been invaded by stealthy killer moths. The nasty little beasts ate their way through my (I thought) carefully stored wools and cashmeres—and even had the audacity to nibble on my favorite 1920’s vintage silk scarf. … Continue reading

Why Your Business Should Be Like A Tiny House

Have you been following the tiny house trend? The extreme version of a tiny house clocks in at less than 200 square feet, ranging up to about 750, depending on who’s doing the counting. You know the movement has built … Continue reading

Going Rogue

You know there’s something bigger you’re ready to do. Grow your practice, expand your platform, finally write that book. But what got you to where you are right now won’t get you there. You’re ready to go rogue. To break … Continue reading

The Secret Weapon To Loving Your Work

You started your business in a blaze of excitement and unbridled optimism. You were beyond thrilled to get your first (and second and third) client and bent over backwards to make sure they were happy. You did most everything yourself … Continue reading

What To Do When The Universe Isn’t Cooperating

You’ve got a plan, a vision even. It might be bold—say hitting the New York Times bestseller list. Or finally breaking six or seven figures in your business. Or maybe you’ve got more modest aspirations—like getting your first client in … Continue reading

Personal Brand Splash: Joan Rivers

“We don’t apologize for a joke. We are comics. We are here to make you laugh. If you don’t get it, then don’t watch us.” Joan Rivers. Love her, hate her, she had a BRAND. For the first part of … Continue reading