“Entrepreneur” Doesn’t Have to Mean Going Solo

Michele LawsonEntrepreneurship

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Michele Lawson

Michele Lawson is a freelancer who has turned her dream of becoming an entrepreneur into a reality.

With a passion for content writing, social media marketing and brand managing, Michele works with a wide variety of clients including non-profits, start-ups and established businesses that need a face-lift.Although the majority of her clients are solopreneurs, Michele has also pleasure of providing consultations and social media analysis for major nationwide companies.

Energetic and down-to-earth, Michele loves showing small business owners how to put together the puzzle pieces of social media in order to create a positive online presence with consistent messaging that addresses the needs of their target market.As a public speaker, she speaks on many social media topics and branding topics including her latest presentation, “Five Branding Mistakes of Small Business.”

Michele is a monthly contributor for Solopreneur Marketing Magazine.
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This guest blog was written by a dear friend and fellow entrepreneur Michele Lawson. I am honored that she chose to share this message in my space. I hope you will take it to heart and embrace the people around you who help you along the way.     Being an entrepreneur is amazing. It is amazingly rewarding and amazingly challenging. We have all seen the millions of articles out there on entrepreneurship that encourages us to follow our dreams. We have also seen the million articles on the downside of becoming our own boss. It is true that we get to make our own schedules.  It is true that for that we get to schedule our work around our families activities without having to ask someone else for permission.  This allows us to become a more active participant in … Read More

Entrepreneurship and Job Searching Advice for Training Professionals

Kelly PhillipsEntrepreneurship

WordPress-Plugins-elearn-chat-show

You may know that long before WordPress was born, I became a learning professional. I started out teaching faculty and staff at my college how to use their computers, and quickly realized I had found a niche! Over the years, I’ve done just about everything there is to do in the learning field. From face-to-face training to elearning design, implementing Learning Management Systems to managing departments. Because of all of that, I started a LinkedIn group called Learning & Development Careers to help connect and share career advice with people in the learning and development field. I was recently on eLearn Chat to talk about careers and how to find a job in the learning and development field. eLearnChat 115-: Kelly Phillips from Boost Interactive Media from RELATECASTS on Vimeo.   Links Mentioned in the Show To make a free … Read More

An Entrepreneur’s Last Day at Work

Kelly PhillipsEntrepreneurship

In 2010, after a major health scare, I started on the path to entrepreneurship. It was a long journey, which I’ll write about in a future post.  Yesterday, as my role of employee came to an end I thought it would be good to make a record of the things that I intend to do for my own employees. I publicly set those intentions for my Facebook friends and I thought you might want to see them too.             If you’d like to learn WordPress, scroll down and join the WP Plugin Coach list. We’ve got a web show, online training, and live training classes in store for you! While you’re waiting, we’ll send you 14 days of our most favorite plugin straight to your inbox.