I've been hiding my softer side from you.
As some of you know, In addition to writing at Savvy, I also have my own blog at Suddenly Marketing. Though I sometimes cross-post, I've recently kept things separate - focusing on more technical and tactical topics here on Savvy, while over on Suddenly Marketing I've been letting my hair down a bit with a series of "soapbox" posts.
Today, I'd like to invite you to come on by my place for a little heart-to-heart. We'll have big mugs of iced cofeee (chai for me) or maybe a couple glasses of wine and I'll tell you how I really feel. I'd love it if you let me know what's on your mind, too.
See you there!
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“Think outside the box” has always been one of the phrases I love to hate, but in this post, I get an assist from Jon Buscall's adorable basset hounds Stan and Digby. We talk about the myth of best practices, where the magic happens, and face facts that only we can create our own boxes.
About the Author: Jamie is a freelance strategist, teacher, and copywriter who partners with solo entrepreneurs to define and market their brands. Her specialties include brand development, social media strategy, and content marketing. Enjoy more of her posts, visit her site at Suddenly Marketing, or drop her an email.
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