Happy new year! Did you make any resolutions?

While I don’t believe in a magical reset when that calendar flips over, I’m sure I’m not alone hoping that 2021 will be at least a bit less tumultuous than 2020…

I’ve spent the last two weeks in pretty quiet reflection. I personally don’t get into new year resolutions, but I am a fan of a word of the year. For 2021, that word is PURPOSE, along with the motto:

Live, work, grow — in all things, do them with purpose.

This intention focuses on being deliberate, intentional, even a bit more goal-oriented in both my business and personal life.

See, I’ve never been great with goals. It may be the recovering perfectionist in me rejecting a rigid pass/fail framework, but I prefer guideposts and habits.

And my new #1 habit for 2021 is quarterly planning.

Q4 of last year was a good start to this, and finally got my butt in gear producing consistent content — on the blog, here, and on Instagram. The quarter focused on DIY branding, with a few other nuggets slipped in between.

Now I’d like to know what you want more of.

I have quite a few ideas rattling around in my head, but I want to check in with my community — your priorities are important to me. So I’d love if you let me know what would help the most right now.

Leave a comment, send me a message, or join the newsletter list and reply to the welcome email to let me know!

MARKETING MINDSET — from targeting the right audience to getting in your customers’ heads and creating sustainable habits. Get consistent messaging out in the world!

WEBSITE FOUNDATIONS — nail down your web presence with everything from what to include on your site, what the hell SEO is anyway, and quick tips for where and how to set up and actually launch.

BUSINESS OPERATIONS — it’s not easy running a solopreneur business, and I’ve learned a lot along the way. Let me share insights into some of my habits and routines, business tools, and lessons learned over the years.

Other burning questions? Even if you’re not sure I have the answers, leave a comment or send a message! I love making connections for my community, and if I don’t have the answers, I’ll search my network to find them.