Category: Inspirational Articles

Seven Keys to Success

If you are like me and read lots of different business motivational articles, you have probably read several different “Keys to Success” articles.  And some of the “keys” apply to your business and some do not. One of my favorite…

Are my Own Insights Enough?

I received a unsubscribe to my newsletter list earlier this week.  My email providers allows a place for unsubscribers to list why they have unsubscribe.  Many folks just get too many emails, no long find my newsletter valuable … and…

Do You Know You are Valuable?

Last night I listened to a webinar by Nancy Marmolejo of T.A.G. (Talent and Genius).  Nancy is a marketing strategist who  teaches coaches and consultants how to get more clients.  I have been following Nancy for awhile, but this is…

Manifesting Your Vision

In my last post we talked about using intentions rather than resolution in planning for 2014. But how do we set our intentions and where do we go from there?  I like the list, or procedure, for setting intentions as…

Resolutions or Intentions?

Do you make resolutions or do you set personal or business intentions?  As the old saying goes, most resolutions are ‘out the window’ by the end of January.  But how about intentions? I love what Raylene Ewing, practitioner of our…

Bringing Your Invention to Market

Along with the previous post on Don Debelak’s book  “Bring Your Product to Market”, I thought I would follow up with more information on bringing inventions to market. First though, selling a handmade product and working through bringing an invention…

Striving for Perfection

Striving for Perfection has it place, but it can also be an excuse to keep you from taking that step outside your comfort zone. When launching your product line to retailers, some areas are critical and need to be perfected…

What is Failure …. Really?

Read a very inspiration article written by Alyson Stanfield at the Art Biz Blog about failure.  Alyson definition of failure: “I believe the only failure is not trying your best.” How many of us can say we always do our…