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Jamie Leigh
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I support women to unlock their own uniqueness + combine it with smart digital strategies. It's my goal to work with you to transition your skills + knowledge into a strategy full of impact, a clear direction for your brand, and greater confidence in yourself as a online business owner.
I support women to unlock their own uniqueness + combine it with smart digital strategies. It's my goal to work with you to transition your skills + knowledge into a strategy full of impact, a clear direction for your brand, and greater confidence in yourself as a online business owner.

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Today I’m giving you my insider tips on how to give awesome feedback so that your next creative project for your business goes smoothly—and you get an amazing end result that aligns with your business goals!
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The fast pace of the Internet can make you feel like you’re doing online business wrong if you haven’t achieved your revenue goals in your first six months or built your email list to 10,000 by the first year.

Yes, numbers matter in business. But let’s not pretend that numbers are the only sign of success.

Focusing relentlessly on numbers draws your attention away from other signs of growth.

How would it feel to instead make quality connections and have integral interactions?

What if you adopted a different mindset for growing your business?
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I'm a thrilled—literally, elated—to share the launch of a fantastic website today!
Care Matters, Inc. is a nonprofit that provides free education to people affected by diabetes worldwide. The founder, Dr. Cori Cooper, had a dream to start this nonprofit since she was a little girl—and we built a website that matched her desire to teach diabetes prevention education online and reach people worldwide >>
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We're craving something different

We’re craving something that all the morning meditations and heart-open journaling in the world won’t solve: Genuine, deep connection with folks in the same trenches we are.

We’re craving meaningful connections with people who get what it means to take a risk and follow your heart… AND are able to talk about the nitty-gritty stuff like sales funnels, list building, and branding in a way that only people doing the same thing we are understand.

We find ourselves hungry for accountability—someone to ask us how that new software worked out for us, or find out whether we ever did get around to finishing that new opt-in. To cheer when we reach a new goal, to remind us of our greatness when we’re feeling small.

I’ve created a new space where you can open up about the tough stuff and we can hold each other accountable to our true potential.

What we can achieve when we’re alone is amazing. But what we can achieve together is incredible.

Interested? Check out the link below for more details.
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Have you ever gotten close to the end of a creative project for your business–web design or otherwise–and suddenly felt that it was all wrong and you needed to pick it apart and make tiny tweaks in order to get it “perfect”?

You may have experienced something common to many online entrepreneurs—launch paralysis.
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"I’m sure you’ve heard this before: write like you speak, especially online, where copy should conversational... But putting that little gem into practice isn’t as easy as it sounds."
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Business plans get a bad rap. If you’re creative (and aren’t we all?) and skew right-brained more than left, the idea of creating a business plan may sound as appealing as getting a root canal.
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I'm writing this week's digital strategy digest (that's my weekly email love letter from me to you) on business planning. Kinda boring, right? If you’re creative (and aren’t we all?) and skew right-brained more than left, the idea of creating a business plan may sound as appealing as getting a root canal but I believe it doesn't have to be painful. I'm going to share some of my ideas in the email, if that interests you make sure you're subscribed here:
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