Visual assets are extremely important when telling your story and building your personal brand. It might feel scary or unnatural to be planning a photoshoot for yourself, but it is essential for any female executive building their personal brand. We compiled tips on how to prep for your photoshoot so you can feel confident about the day and the final images!
Some choose true crime shows to listen to, my podcast of choice tends to be personal and professional development. Here are a few podcasts I highly recommend for my fellow women in business. And if you have recommendations, leave them in the comments!
This is not about growing your following to 1M, or you taking perfect photos on your vacation, or pretending to be someone you are not. I want you to be more INTENTIONAL about how you are using social media in order to position yourself for your ideal opportunities.
My inspiration for creating Be Digable is to help female executives elevate their presence online in order to be seen as the thought leaders they are within their companies. Here is our list of female executives making their mark on social media.
We are thrilled to be highlighting Juliet Horton, Founder of Everly, a service revolutionizing the wedding industry. Juliet is a woman with incredible ambition and a crystal clear vision of where she is going with her business and the impact she is looking to make on her industry.
When I work with clients, the first question I ask them is, “Where do you want to be this time next year in your career?” More often than not, they are unsure. I started seeing this pop up more and more which led me to want to help provide more resources and inspiration to help identify your ideal career path and opportunities.
Creating a calendar and planning ahead is going to be the key to build your personal brand. One of the biggest requests I have received from YOU is a content planning calendar. Therefore, I have created a 3-page worksheet that you can print our or save to assist you with your content planning.
Stacy is a thought leader in female empowerment and entrepreneurship. In 2015, she opened her second company, RISE Collaborative Workspace. RISE Collaborative is both a workspace for professional women to conduct business and a curated community for women focused on growing professionally and personally. They launched their first location in St. Louis, MO and are about to launch their second space in Denver, CO.
As I have been building up my business, I have immersed myself in the world of entrepreneurship. I have followed fellow business owners, podcasters, educators, and more. I have been fortunate enough to learn from and be inspired by incredible women who have created thriving businesses through following their passions. Two women I have followed closely are Amy Porterfield and Jenna Kutcher. Through their podcasts, I feel I have taken a class in business and entrepreneurship this past year.
We are launching our brand new series, Women Who Lead, with Kristy Wallace, the CEO of Ellevate Network. Women Who Lead aims to highlight female leaders and their unique perspectives on how they got to where they are today. Kristy is responsible for executing Ellevate Network’s mission to close the gender achievement gap in business by providing professional women with a global community to lean on and learn from.
When I talk to clients about personal branding, they admit they don’t have the time to keep up with it. However, we should make it a priority because it is important. And if you dedicated ONE hour on a Sunday to plan things out for the week—you would be set!
I don't know about you, but Sunday afternoon is my favorite time to put on a jazzy, soulful, chill playlist that allows me to reflect on the past week. I am always in my most reflective state on Sundays and a good playlist is the perfect addition as I read, do chores or set my goals for the week. We put together a playlist for you to assist you in your Sunday scheming.
With our mission of helping female executives tell their stories & empowering them to step into their ideal opportunities in business, we know it is important to have the best resources to achieve your goals. We compiled a list of our favorite organizations that provide resources & inspiration for women in business. Take a look and give them a follow to take you further in your career.
With my commute to work over the past year, I spend about 2 hours a day in the car. Podcasts have become my best friend. It has turned my commute into cherished time in which I can reflect, learn and be inspired. Here are just a few of the podcasts that have moved me to grow.
The environment around you plays a big part in contributing to your everyday success and motivation. It is important that you surround yourself with an inspired space that fuels your creativity, motivation and happiness. It is the little things that you add to your office or space, that can make a big difference.