Identify your ideal audience

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It’s important, because your brand/business serves SOMEONE…a specific someone…VERY well. It solves a problem for a certain group of people better than others. It meets them where they are…perfectly. When you line out exactly WHO that is, you won’t have to work so hard to attract them, because they are ready to receive what you have to offer…in fact, they are waiting on you to offer it to them. They just don’t know about you yet. When they find you, and discover what you offer makes their life better, easier, more complete, then they will more likely approach YOU, and not the other way around. You will be their guide to a solution, and they will be the hero in their own story. This is the IDEAL situation, right?

https://kellybuckner.com/the-who

There will always be a place for beautiful images and creative photography and this is fine as long as there is a representation of a cross section of community

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For people who would like to try yoga for the first time or perhaps come back to yoga after children, the unrealistic images can intimating and off-putting. I have often had emails from prospective students telling me that they will be awful at yoga as they are so unfit or inflexible and my response has always been, “Great, you are totally in the right place!’. There are many, many poses I cannot do and I also struggle with flexibility, which brought me to yoga in the first place.

https://mamaloveyogalondon.com/2020/07/31/every-body-yoga-what-can-we-do

Why Spiritual Brands Are More Powerful

Keywords: ENTREPRENEURSHIP, PERSONAL BRANDING

Well, it’s been a hot minute since I’ve written a post. And judging by my title you may have guessed I’ve been on a bit of a spiritual journey myself. Which has led me to connect with some wonderful people who have built epic personal brands. So today I want to share my thoughts on why spiritual brands are more powerful.

https://jadescarfone.com/2020/07/why-spiritual-brands-are-more-powerful

The Bitterness of Poor Quality Remains Long After the Sweetness of Low Price is Forgotten

‘You get what you pay for’ is an old saying my mother used to tell us. Equally true is ‘You pay for what you get’. A qualified professional (and by ‘qualified’ I mean a native speaker who is a teacher with many, many hours’ experience and an expert in the language) will not let their skills go for such low pay. Would you go to a doctor that had the lowest rates in town? He probably also has the least experience and years of study. You just know from experience this is something to avoid.

https://greentreecommunications.me/2020/07/09/the-bitterness-of-poor-quality

I’m so excited to work with the Village because of all the experiences I’ll receive, connections I’ll make, and the feeling of making a difference

I started my practicum (similar to an internship) at The Village, a perinatal support network, without knowing anything about pregnancy, postpartum, infant loss, adoption, or anything else related to those experiences. My boss who has turned into a mentor a friend, Taryn, was a total rockstar and gave me so much to read, watch, and observe that I fell in love with the mission of the Village. So much so that I decided to stay there another year. Currently, I help facilitate a support group and have met some of the sweetest souls. I am excited to see where this experience leads me.

https://xotay3115.wordpress.com/2020/06/25/confessions-of-an-msw-student

As our team works on projects, we plan on sharing them through our blog

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Our blog is our website we use to put our latest projects on that we want to share with our potential clients. It is our journal space to document our journey through the projects we choose to do on our free-will as well as projects we get from people who need our services we provide. The blog will be active every week with three blog posts weekly; Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, where we will have one blog post from each team member.

https://overcookeddesigns.wordpress.com/2020/05/27/design-process-of-a-blog-and-establishing-an-online-presence