[Midwest Made] Blog Series Featuring Create Good Go.

[Midwest Made] Blog Series: In 2020, I’m dedicating a series of blog posts highlighting unique Midwest-based businesses. 

[Midwest Made] Concept – Being raised in the Midwest, we’re all a little Midwest Made, right? It’s a way of life, rooted in kindness, humility and hard work. Midwestern roots ground us to this unique way of living, where we understand the value of a hard day’s work and know we are serving a purpose greater than ourselves. 

People who choose to live, work & raise their families in the Midwest inspire me. I am intrigued by entrepreneurs who start their business in the Midwest and find unique ways to live and work in this little part of the world. They’re Midwest-based, they’re Midwest Made. I’m dedicating several of my 2020 blog posts to highlighting these Midwest businesses and people.

[Business Spotlight] Create Good Co., Fort Collins, CO

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Productivity Tips to Become Wildly Successful

I love meeting with clients and helping them figure out ways to be more efficient in their business. I find it exhilarating to brainstorm ideas with business owners about what success can look like for them – and letting them dream a little, knowing that anything is attainable when they put their minds to work.

Oftentimes, an initial client consult might have questions like this in it:

  • What does it look like to be wildly successful?
  • Thinking about success, what’s that look like for you/your business in three years? How about five years?
  • What’s part of your business do you absolutely love?

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Create an Engaging Social Media Plan

When I ask clients about their biggest struggles when it comes to social media, the answer is often the same:

“It’s hard to come up with fresh content in social media.”

“I can’t seem to find the time to commit and not sure what type of information to post.” 

“I watch other businesses do a fantastic job with their social media, but then I struggle.” Continue reading → Create an Engaging Social Media Plan