Posts tagged small business
How To Set Up Your Domain In Squarespace

Setting up your domain in Squarespace isn’t some spooky weekend project that will take all your brainpower to do! In three easy steps, you’ll have figured out how to get everything set up so you can continue to build out your website.

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How We Use Asana to Plan Our Content Calendar

Planning out your content calendar is no small job and, after experimenting with lots of ways to do this, we’ve found that using Asana works best for us and it just might be the ticket for you too! This is the process we use, so you can get started.

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5 Mistakes New Businesses Make

We’ve worked with a lot of businesses over the years and there are five mistakes we’ve seen people make over and over again. Even we’ve made them! We’re breaking them down for you here though, so you don’t have to also make them (or at the very least, you can catch them early if you do).

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When to Update Your Website

Keeping your website up to date is as important as having a website in the first place, ESPECIALLY when you’re a new business that is growing and changing rapidly. Here’s what you should be focused on when you’re considering what to refresh!

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Let's Talk About Anxiety: Ashley Belluz

Let’s Talk About Anxiety is a series that is all about sharing encounters with anxiety and pushing the conversation into the open so we can problem solve together and take back that power anxiety hold over us when we feel alone.

Our last interviewee, Ashley Belluz, is the brains behind KILTER&MINT, a Yoga company that is also a purveyor of stories through it’s podcast and blog. A newly divorced mom, Ashley shares the role anxiety has played in her life and the journey she’s on now.

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Let's Talk About Anxiety: Sara Zaytsoff

Let’s Talk About Anxiety is a series that is all about sharing encounters with anxiety and pushing the conversation into the open so we can problem solve together and take back that power anxiety hold over us when we feel alone.

Our, fifth interviewee, Sara Zaytsoff, is a registered kinesiologist, exercise physiologist, and the founder of Mint Club Athletics, which does very cool things for young female identifying athletes. Having experienced anxiety herself most of her life, Sara recognizes that stifling your feelings is not just unproductive, it’s unhealthy and that’s why she’s created a business that encourages young women to do just the opposite.

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Let's Talk About Anxiety: Taylor Aller

Let’s Talk About Anxiety is a series that is all about sharing encounters with anxiety and pushing the conversation into the open so we can problem solve together and take back that power anxiety hold over us when we feel alone.

Our sixth interviewee, Taylor Aller, is an RMT, educator, speaker, volunteer, mentor, creative and co-founder of the Relationship Project; which is all about busting social media myths and giving people real skills to navigate their romantic relationships. With so much on the go, Taylor knows what it’s like to feel anxious, so read her story here.

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Let's Talk About Anxiety: Mara Savina Lantz

Let’s Talk About Anxiety is a series that is all about sharing encounters with anxiety and pushing the conversation into the open so we can problem solve together and take back that power anxiety hold over us when we feel alone.

Our fourth interviewee, Mara Savina Lantz, is a writer and a highly intuitive and emotional person. She has experienced anxiety first hand, in her own life and her partners, and is opening up about what it feels like and the journey it’s taken her on.

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Let's Talk About Anxiety: Rosanna Chipkin

Let’s Talk About Anxiety is a series that is all about sharing encounters with anxiety and pushing the conversation into the open so we can problem solve together and take back that power anxiety hold over us when we feel alone.

Our third interviewee, Rosanna Chipkin, is Design Build Grow’s very own Communications Manager and, having suffered from anxiety most of her life (even if she didn’t always know that’s what it was), this series isn’t just important to her, it’s personal.

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