how i got my groove back 2020

how i got my groove back 2020

thanks to Kelly Pratt of Athena Village for inviting me to participate in her Get Your Groove Back campaign, where she features 30 women to tell their stories of how they got their groove back and a song that inspires them. here is my story: meet joy agcongay gentle...

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5 Tips for Managing Introvert Energy at Live Events

5 Tips for Managing Introvert Energy at Live Events

I'm attending a business retreat this weekend with a small, eclectic group of entrepreneurs. We're going deep, facing blocks and (literally) burning them. We're challenging the ways in which we've run our businesses. This is tiring work for any entrepreneur, but as an...

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approaching marketing as a practice

approaching marketing as a practice

  This is part 2 of my blog series about creative rhythm and how it can help you develop a marketing practice. You can read part 1 here. One of the common themes that I hear from clients is that they don't know where to start when developing their marketing...

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embrace your creative rhythm

embrace your creative rhythm

Spring is my favorite season. Seeds and bulbs buried in the soil break the surface and unfurl to greet the longer days. Barren fruit trees invite bees to shake & shimmy in pollen or sip nectar among fragrant blossoms. My creative energy seems to follow the...

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dabbling at the intersection of work & play

dabbling at the intersection of work & play

Playing on the right side of the brain for serious problem solving is a theme I've been intrigued by and experimenting with for awhile...in private. It's no secret I'm a fangirl of smArts & culture's Maryann Devine. So when she started blogging about her weekly...

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playful experimentation: lab notes on blogging

playful experimentation: lab notes on blogging

Playful Experiment lab notes: blogging experiment Ahem. Yes, about the blogging experiment I mentioned in my last post. I decided not to join the Ultimate Blog Challenge group as it would require far too many posts in one month for me to write--31 posts in January. I...

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playful experiment: blogging

playful experiment: blogging

I just published a post on my other blog about my intention to let the concept of "playful experimentation" guide me through 2011. What does this mean for this website? Lo and behold, I choose blogging as my first experiment. Hitting the "publish" button a little more...

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finding your marketing voice: developing a style guide

finding your marketing voice: developing a style guide

I love Crys Williams of Big Bright Bulb and her blog post about hand puppet marketing. Through the web and social media, you can find people who are making a living unconventionally. In writing and blogging, people talk about finding your writing voice. Fashionistas...

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on the shoulders of so many

on the shoulders of so many

Belated thanks to Havi Brooks of FluentSelf.com for mentioning me in Friday chicken #110: breadcrumbs everywhere! Very humbled by the mention and so deeply grateful to those of you who lurk, like, follow and appreciate this work in progress. I've been considering...

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