Kelli Monaghan Solopreneur Spotlight

Solopreneur Spotlight: Widow Wellness Coach Kelli Monaghan

While the journey to starting a business is rarely easy, for some, it may begin with a painful and life-changing event. Kelli Monaghan experienced this when she suddenly lost her husband and found herself a widow at the age of 40. What followed was a series of massive life changes, as well as significant growth

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Kathryn Hansman-Spice

Solopreneur Spotlight: Kathryn Hansman-Spice of Pausibility

Here at Brand Genie, our favorite day of the week is website launch day! Finally putting your website out into the world, sharing your voice and your passion on your very own platform — it’s an exciting milestone for any business owner. We recently shared this big day with our client, Kathryn Hansman-Spice of Pausibility.

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Three Reasons That Yes, You Do Need a Website

I came across an article recently that shared an incredible statistic: in 2018 more than one-third of the small businesses in the US still didn’t have a website. The number one reason for not getting a website? That having a website wasn’t relevant to the small business owner’s industry. Wow. So this fired me up

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Brand Genie client Erin Chourey Soloprenuer Spotlight

Solopreneur Spotlight: Erin Chourey of Skyheart Aging

At Brand Genie, we have the privilege of working with many coaches. From career and wellness coaches, to spiritual and life coaches, these passionate women inspire us by the businesses they’ve built that are dedicated to helping people through all that life throws at us. Recently, we had the pleasure of sitting down with one

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Brand Genie client Linda Weston Soloprenuer Spotlight

What She Said…

Recently, I had a chance to catch up with one of our Brand Genie clients, Linda Weston, a business consultant for high-growth start-up companies. Linda was a long-time Executive Director of Oregon’s largest start-up networking organization that provides critical opportunities for entrepreneurs including paths to funding and hands-on business advice. When Linda retired from her

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Why Perfectionism Is Business Enemy #1

Through my years of helping entrepreneurs launch their business, the one thing that kills momentum faster than you can say “rockin’ my business” is the need to get things perfect. It’s an easy trap to fall into. We hear so much advice about what we must do for our business. We listen closely and download

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