There's a lot of competition, which is amazing that the spirit of entrepreneurship is alive and well, but you want to make sure that your voice is heard. Not only having a portfolio on your website but by connecting with your prospective clients in a deeper and emotional level.
Like most people in a creative industry, I'm sure that at some point during your journey as a small business owner and creative entrepreneur you have wondered how can you brand yourself in a way that appeals to the right client. In this post I will help you gather those thoughts and help you visualize how you want your future brand to look in a way that represents your passion! Click to learn how to start!
Have you wondered what is your purpose? Have you even wondered what is the intention behind your business?
Maybe you are a photographer, or a wedding planner and have wondered if what you are doing is worth your time. People talk a lot about your intention, your purpose etc. etc. It all sounds pretty but why is it important?
How you ever wondered how you can make your work day easier?
I've struggled with that same issue before. A lot of little notes all over my desk, countless lists detailing every little phase of a project, or just tons of emails to search though to check when was that appointment that you had scheduled with a potential client.
I'm very excited to talk about one of my recent branding and website projects I've been working on recently. Like each project I work on, this one was a great experience for me since it was for a great make up artist located in Chicago.