The path to the purchase

the path to purchasing | dreamosity

Not all purchases are given much thought. When we have favorites places to shop, the buying is easy. When we venture out and discover new things, the buying process can be much more lengthy. This is an example of all the types of content people might consume before they purchase your product. As content creators,…

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Doodle the Data Challenge

You are invited to join the creativity as we explore new ways to focus on and further understand dull topics. Financial fitness is a choice and sometimes a one time learning isn’t enough. If you enjoy getting visual and kinesthetic with concepts, you’ll fit right in! This might take you 10 days, and it might…

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Lessons from being the PNA President in North Creek in 2018

7 lessons from leading PNA North Creek in 2018!

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Financial Joy on The Money Hour Show

Do you experience Financial Joy on a consistent basis or does it seem impossible to achieve? Check out my take on Financial Joy! I was honored to share my (T1, ENFP) take on Financial Joy in 2018 with Tina Mitchell on her show – The Money Hour. Wealth can be tricky for some and recently…

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Wisdom Guide Wednesdays

What is the wisdom of your brand recently? What major insights did you have or minor ones? For the past 2 years, I’ve been developing Wisdom Guides for clients and I’m eager to inspire others to do the same for their brand.   It’s a real shame when I talk with a new client and…

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[Video] A look back at our time in The Remarkable Room

The Remarkable Room has been a dream come true for me these past three years. I was looking for a place to pick up the pieces and give back. I needed to re-establish a solid foundation after losing my husband back in 2014. While I’ve kept my grief fairly private, this space was very healing for…

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An introduction to Financial Joy

In 2017, I was supporting a client to develop a course in “Financial Intelligence” and since then, we’ve paused it because it’s WAY too complex. I’ve decided to develop a book on Financial Joy to teach some of my learnings from that project. Financial Joy is someplace between financial literacy and financial intelligence. It’s a…

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Developing your sales muscle with Eric Lofholm and Marcelle Allen

Early on, I never considered myself a “closer” and I only saw myself as an “opener” where I’d pass a hot lead to someone else to close a sale. In the past few years, I’ve become a closer!! I still get super pumped everytime I close a big deal. It doesn’t matter if it’s for $50…

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How to be more resilient

We all have to bounce back. Each person needs to be flexible with the waves life throws at us. Let’s be RESILIENT! Every person has something hard and exhausting going on in their life. Some are more capable to bounce back easier than others. There are so many ways to get through everything that happens…

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My LAF Tech graduation speech on stinky content

Does your content stink? How would you know? This playful speech was delivered to 12 humor seeking individuals at my LAF Tech graduation. 5 others humorists presented their best take on their industry and this is mine. Enjoy! Content people crave! Is your content stale? Boring? Stinky? There 7 key ingredients to any successful business…

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