Tag Archives: small business owner

Startup Sessions Interview: Thriving as a Creative Entrepreneur

I was recently interviewed by Michael Knouse of The Startup Sessions, and it was truly one of my favorite interviews of this year. This guy has a heart of gold!  In this episode I give a ton of actionable advice Read more…

Portland-bound for Pioneer Nation! #pdxpioneer

I’m thrilled to be contributing (a keynote) at the inaugural Pioneer Nation! Put on by my friend Chris Guillebeau, this conference is specifically designed for creative entrepreneurs, small business owners, and freelancers. YES! That’s my jam. Read more…

Keynote Speaker: Women Entrepreneurship Retreat 2014

I’m thrilled to announce I will be delivering a keynote at the 3rd annual Women Entrepreneurship Retreat! Friday, April 11 – Sunday, April 13, 2014 Ben Lomond, CA (near Santa Cruz, ~1.5hrs from SF) Capped at an intimate max of 55 rad Read more…

Celebrating the launch of Harvest & Thrive!

Today I am THRILLED to announce the launch of my most comprehensive offering yet! Click here to view the full course details » The seedlings of this idea came to me almost a year ago, and since then it’s been slowly Read more…

Form & Future: Interview + Q&A with Willo O’Brien

I’m honored to be part of Form and Future’s brand new interview series at Makeshift Society! I will be sharing my creative journey, and answering questions about creating a career and life that you love whole-heartedly. January 10, 2013: 7:00–9:00 PM Makeshift Society, Read more…

What an amazing year it’s been

Hello, my friends! I have some big news for you today. But before I get into it, let’s talk about how amazing this year has been. I first met (and fell in love with) the team at Stitch last year, Read more…

Reinvent the Way You Make a Living, Do What You Love, and Create a New Future

Chris has been inspiring me ever since I discovered his website, and his book, The Art of Non-Conformity: Set Your Own Rules, Live the Life You Want, and Change the World. At the time I discovered him, I’d been an Read more…