Go Ahead, Tell Me It’s Impossible

Tell me I can’t do something, that it’s impossible, and I’m probably going to do whatever it is, and do it twice, and take pictures while I’m at it.

In fact, in the earlier years of my business, I was juggling dealing with my oldest daughter, who had sustained a traumatic brain injury from a fall from a horse, and subsequently developed severe psychosis, and schizophrenia. To say it has been challenging…

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Does marketing make you want to pull your hair out? Haley is a Marketing strategist and social media expert who can help you find your magic marketing method.

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