For creative entrepreneurs, an important part of having confidence and clarity in your branding is understanding what sets you apart. This might seem simple, or like a hard question to answer (and that’s okay!).
It’s so easy to get distracted by comparison and believe the lie that we’re not good enough, or that what we have to offer isn’t that special.
The 3 prompts I’m sharing below are meant to help you ditch that lie and start having the confidence to show up as the talented business owner as you are.
I hope that this exercise has inspired you to start showing up more confidently. There’s a place for you and your business in this world! You have your own unique set of gifts, and that makes you irreplaceable.
See my article on 3 Common Branding Mistakes to Avoid to help you build or strengthen your heartfelt brand strategy.
Do you love serving others and using your passions to make an impact, but find yourself struggling to have a cohesive, strategic brand and website? It’s not just you – being the owner of a growing business isn’t always easy peasy, lemon squeezy.
To see how well your current brand + site is serving your business, and get actionable tips for improvement, check out my free Brand + Site Checklist.
I’m here to help you show up confidently and serve well without feeling overwhelmed!
I offer brand and web design services for nonprofits and purpose-driven small business owners who are on a mission to use their gifts to make the world a better place. Through a unique approach of blending beautiful visuals and authentic strategy, I tell each clients’ one-of-a-kind story. My attention-to-detail, ability to put a bit of a business owner’s heart into each design, and desire to share my knowledge makes the design process a personal, enjoyable, and encouraging experience.
Learn more about my Brand + Showit Web Design services.
One more thing – it wouldn’t be fair for me to leave you thinking that answering 3 simple questions is all it takes to be more confident. Changing your mindset as a creative entrepreneur takes perseverance.
I encourage you to print a hard copy of these questions + your responses (if you filled this out digitally), or to take your hand written responses and put them somewhere where you will see them daily.
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