Sorry to have been MIA for so long…
During COVID-19 I’ve been hunkered down, staying focused on creating new content for my clients and practicing self care.
Recently, my friends at Aisle Planner asked me to create a piece honoring RBG, for the Aisle Planner Pro Blog.
Being nearly 60 and living as an openly gay man since the age of 18, her work and legacy changed my life.
I invite you to take a minute and read the blog post “Celebrating Ruth Bader Ginsburg & Her Fight For Marriage Equality“
For ages, I have been a firm believer that no one does what I do exactly like me. I can share all of my secrets and knowledge with an up and coming planner and they still won’t be me.
Be sure to check out my September feature on Aisle Planner’s Pro Blog titled The Value of Mentorship.
To anyone who was kind enough to share with me as I grew as a wedding planner, Thank you!
If you have known me for more than a minute, you surely know that my brand is my life… I mean I lived in a red shirt for the better part of a dozen years and have the business logo tattooed on my shoulder.
Check out the piece I recently wrote for Aisle Planner’s Pro Community Blog on How To Personalize Your Brand.
We were all new in the wedding industry and struggled to break through the walls of networking and promoting your business.
Check out our recent feature in Aisle Planner’s Pro Blog, Building Professional Relationships & A Competitive Network!
This blog post shares tips for new wedding planners on how to break into a local market and to build a trusted circle of wedding professionals.
Be sure to check out this article “Keeping Confident & Achieving Success Through Self Maintenance” on the Aisle Planner Pro Blog.
Investing as much time in yourself as you do in your business is the only way to keep a healthy work/life balance and keep from burning out.
Recently, I was invited by Aisle Planner to write a feature for their Aisle Planner Community Blog.
They were doing a series on couples who were in business together or who both operate businesses in the wedding and events industry.
Social media allows potential clients to see some of your personality and form a connection, however, when you live and work together there need to be some boundaries to keep sharing from becoming TMI
Be sure to check out the Aisle Planner feature TMI: Finding the Right Blend of Personal in your Professional Voice.