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Podcaster. Yoga teacher. Web designer. Business coach. Woo meets honey badger. I’m a strategic-thinking, geeky designer with a background in small business management.

I help entrepreneurs use mindset, strategy, and aligned action to build products and packages that support the life of their dreams. Through my years as an entrepreneur but also as a small business manager, I learned how critical it is to get your mind right, build a strategy, and take aligned, intentional action every single day to reach your goals. Experience has taught me: mindset + strategy + action = measurable results. I began attending Alfred State College in 1999 at the age of twelve, but soon gave up academics to pursue a career as a web designer and marketing consultant in faraway lands. I have been building websites since the mid-90s, and I started building websites professionally in 1999 as a way to help pay for my college. In addition to my work, I have been making art for the majority of my life. My work is in the permanent corporate collection of Roswell Park Cancer Institute in Buffalo, New York.

I help entrepreneurs look legit and make more money with a polished web presence and digital products.

[02/05/20]   "How do I find clients?"

That is the absolute wrong question to ask, but I know there are thousands of web designers, virtual assistants, and service providers in general who are asking that exact question because I get asked this every single day.

When you try to grow your agency from the frame of “how do I find clients?” you’re not going to show up in your highest capacity.

Here’s why:

First, you’re showing up with a scarcity mindset. You’re showing up with the mentality of, “I need a client.” Which is probably true! If you’re reading this, you probably do need clients.

But you know what’s the problem with this?

Good clients don’t want to hire someone who is desperate for the work. Desperation is f**king catnip for bad clients because they know they’ve got you over a barrel.

Secondly, you’re putting the energy and expectation on you to perform. I don’t know about you, but the pressure of having the future and success of my entire business dependent on when I have energy, is f**king exhausting. I’m speaking from experience. I did this for over a decade.

The other problem here is you’re relying on your ability to close like a mf, and your ability to find the right leads.

After a while, you start to experience what I call Lead Blindness. You start to view all leads the same, and you continue to only look at the channels and potential leads you feel are a good fit.

And that’s the problem: feeling. Feelings are great, but shouldn’t dictate the growth of your business. Your business decisions need to be strategic.

So, it’s clear that “how do I find clients?” is the wrong question to ask.

But what’s the right question?

The right question to ask is, “how do I make it inevitable the right clients with find me?”

And so I invite you below to post your ideas below.

What actions do YOU need to take to make it inevitable the right clients will find you?

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2020 Divi Tutorial: Never Update Your Copyright Year Again!

Hey hey guys! The latest tutorial is premiering on my YouTube channel.

This tutorial is all about how to create an auto-updating copyright year in your Divi footer.

If you're using Divi, you'll NEVER have to go into your site again and update the copyright year in December.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=75YlT4qWsJM

Hey hey Designers! Definitely not my best quality video since I was in a rush, but I wanted to get this out to you this week. Next week is when all of us des...

[12/09/19]   "How do I find clients?"

That is the absolute wrong question to ask, but I know there are thousands of web designers, virtual assistants, and service providers in general who are asking that exact question because I get asked this every single day.

When you try to grow your agency from the frame of “how do I find clients?” you’re not going to show up in your highest capacity.

Here’s why:

First, you’re showing up with a scarcity mindset. You’re showing up with the mentality of, “I need a client.” Which is probably true! If you’re reading this, you probably do need clients.

But you know what’s the problem with this?

Good clients don’t want to hire someone who is desperate for the work. Desperation is f**king catnip for bad clients because they know they’ve got you over a barrel.

Secondly, you’re putting the energy and expectation on you to perform. I don’t know about you, but the pressure of having the future and success of my entire business dependent on when I have energy, is f**king exhausting. I’m speaking from experience. I did this for over a decade.

The other problem here is you’re relying on your ability to close like a mf, and your ability to find the right leads.

After a while, you start to experience what I call Lead Blindness. You start to view all leads the same, and you continue to only look at the channels and potential leads you feel are a good fit.

And that’s the problem: feeling. Feelings are great, but shouldn’t dictate the growth of your business. Your business decisions need to be strategic.

So, it’s clear that “how do I find clients?” is the wrong question to ask.

But what’s the right question?

The right question to ask is, “how do I make it inevitable the right clients with find me?”

And so I invite you below to post your ideas below.

What actions do YOU need to take to make it inevitable the right clients will find you?

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