A big part of transforming your life is being uncomfortable. Taking a chance isn’t comfortable. Doing what others are afraid to do isn’t comfortable. But if you trust yourself enough to step outside of your comfort zone, you can achieve literally anything you want. #mondaymotivation
⊹ Exactly one year ago, we took the chance and opened up Sassy Woof 💕 I remember the night before we opened our shop and thinking, OMG. What are we doing and is anyone really going to buy our products?! Fast forward to a year later, it has been non-stop crazy. 12 hour workdays, 7 days a week, and pups across 40+ countries styling Sassy Woof.
Thank you to each & every single one of our followers and customers for following us along on our journey and for all the support ☺️ We truly appreciate you & thank you for allowing me to make this a full-time business. As we continue to grow each day, we are humble and truly honored that you are part of this ride 💗 ⊹
Christine, Maya, & Winston
Flashback to Saturday night at the Heritage Bank Business Excellence Awards hosted by @twbchamber ✨
I was there with my beautiful Curve-Ball family who were finalists for the Events & Events Management category. They didn’t walk away with the win but I was so so proud of them for being recognised as finalists 🖤
I was also incredibly proud of two of my other amazing clients who won awards for their excellence in business! 🎉
Seeing my clients being celebrated for their success is something else! 🙌🏼 Still can’t wipe the smile off this gals face!
p.s. how beautiful is my bestie? 💕
My three favorite ways to have less to do are:
1. AUTOMATING PROCESSES: finding ways to make small things run on their own without needing my input, eyes, or even thought
2. HIRING OUT: getting someone to help me with tasks that take a ton of time or that I don’t like (but that someone else can learn) so I can focus on what I’m good at
3. ATTRACTING THE RIGHT CLIENT: by narrowing down my target market and seeking to attract them (and not every person who ever walked the earth) I can spend more time with people who need exactly what I have to offer and less time with those looking for something else
Just my two cents as a #privatepracticeslp and #smallbusinessowner
Sometimes it feels like I’m just putting these silly post out into the universe and no one is even seeing them. ￼
Social media is weird, but addicting. 😅
Why do I feel the need to share my life with total strangers?
I gotta be real with y’all... I’m not exactly the most outgoing person. I’m actually super reserved and a complete introvert. My husband is the social one. If you saw me in person, you might even think I was stuck up, but I promise I’m anything but!
I’m just really nervous about saying the wrong thing. 🙈
For some reason, when I’m talking about vintage, my nerves calm. It’s like I’m just in my element and I forget to care how I sound and I just love talking to people about what I do. Isn’t that crazy?? It’s why I do this, because I love letting go of the anxiousness I’ve lived with all my life. I love feeling understood and building connections with others over junk!✨ #cometakeapeekboutique