Whether you're just thinking about starting a gifting company, or you've taken the leap and want to level up, I'm so glad you're here!
This is the season we’ve been planning for and waiting for all year long. September through December can be a wild ride, but as a product business owner, it’s SO fun and SO exciting (and, ok, maaaayyybee just a little stressful... but mostly exciting!). Here are 5 things we're thinking about in September to get ready for Q4.
If you’ve been following along for a while, you’ve probably heard me talk about how much I love Profit First Accounting. I know “accounting” can be a scary word for a lot of business owners (budgets, taxes and payroll, blehhhh!). But, it doesn't have to be!
It's summertime, so I'm getting a lot of out-of-office messages (that's awesome!!). While most are the standard "I'm out until XYZ, please contact ABC," occasionally, I get a really great, really memorable one!
One of the questions I get asked most frequently by fellow product-based business owners is: “How did Teak & Twine get into Anthropologie?!” If I had to give just one answer about how we did it: I’d say grit.
Demolition on Teak & Twine's new space is done and construction is underway! It won't be long before we can move into our new studio. I'm excited to show you what's been happening at the construction site!
These five words have made me more money than any other words in my six years of business. And they’re the five words I LOVE hearing more than anything from the vendors we work with!
When to-do lists are a mile long and life is pulling you in 100 different directions, how do you find time to work on your business? It’s challenging, right? This is a question I get asked frequently. My answer: 20 minutes a day. Let me explain by way of an example…
Whether you’re thinking about hiring your first employee or you’re hiring employee #10, the decision to bring on a new team member is a big one. In the earliest years of running my business, I would bring in help whenever it felt like there was more work to be done than I could do myself…
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