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How many clients should you work with at a time?

As your design studio starts building traction and your client list increases, you might be asking yourself: “How many clients should I take on at a time?” I’m answering how many clients we enjoy working with at a time, and why.

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Lessons Learned: Hosting a Webinar

A few of you have asked about my experience with Lunch + Learn — what I have learned from hosting a webinar, the logistics of it, and how it is going. Here are a few of my insights from hosting a monthly webinar:

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Why the Dream Job Isn’t Always the Dream

I wasn’t actively seeking another job, however I always did have my eye out for a position at my dream company: Fossil. Fossil is a clothing, watches + accessories store with immaculate color palettes, and quality materials + designs.

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Progress over Perfection

If you wait for your branding, that idea you have, or your blog to be perfect… you just might never start it. Don’t overthink it!

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Don’t complain. Make a change.

Each of us is uniquely different than each other. We have different God-given gifts and abilities. If we see a problem, instead of allowing that negativity to consume us, we can make the choice to make a change. 

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Behind the Blogger

My birthday was earlier this week (yay!), so I thought I would get a bit more personal on the blog by sharing a few things about me, to help give you some insight to who this person is behind Spruce Rd.

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The Dilemma of Setting Goals

I have never been one for new year’s resolutions, but this year that has changed (sort-of). Over the break, my husband Elliot and I drove a total of 28 hours, which left plenty of time for reflecting on 2014, and setting goals for the future.

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Circles Conference 2014 — Recap

This past week I went to Circles Conference – and can’t tell you how inspired I left. Here is a bit of what I took away from this inspired conference. 

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“The world is a book – those who do not travel, only read one page.” – St. Augustine

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