Month: September 2017

  • Blogging Best Practices With Tamara Floyd

    Blogging can still be profitable if you have the right strategy. In this episode of Pimp Your Brilliance, Tamara Floyd of Natural Hair Rules shares how she got started as a blogger, SEO best practices, staying consistent and how failure can be valuable.

    This week on Pimp Your Brilliance, I’m chatting with Tamara Floyd an award-winning blogger and part-time superhero. Tamara started her blog, Natural Hair in 2008 as a creative outlet and online natural hair journal. Over the years it has garnered more than one million monthly pageviews and a following nearly 700,000 across all social […]

  • 4 Strategies to Master Your Side Hustle

    Are you struggling to run your side hustle while holding down a 9 to 5? Here are 5 ways to master your side hustle

    In a recent listener survey, I asked “What’s one thing that you’re struggling with in your creative business”. Overwhelmingly the answers the revolved around struggles related to running a side hustle while holding down a 9 to 5. If you’ve been struggling to make progress with your side hustle because of time and organization issues […]

  • Pivoting to Build A Better Business with Jess Peterson

    Have you had to pivot in your business? Jess Peterson of Mighty Oak, shares her story of pivoting and niching down to build a better business.

    This week on Pimp Your Brilliance, I’m chatting with Jess Peterson. Jess is the CEO & Creative Producer of Mighty Oak, a creative studio that specializes in hand-made animation and design. Since launching in May 2015, their series of commercials, gifs, and editorial videos have been viewed millions of times, receiving acclaim from the ACLU, […]

  • The Nuts And Bolts Of Manufacturing A Product

    Have you ever wondered how to develop an idea into a physical product? How to find a manufacturer for your idea? What are minimum order quantities? How to get funding for your idea? After successfully producing several versions of the Visionary Journal, I know a thing or two about working with a manufacturer to produce […]