“Why do we all keep pretending that we know what we’re doing?” I was talking to my life coach, Kali, yesterday and that’s what she said to me. “None of us know what we’re doing. And that’s the beauty in it! That’s the fun!”
And today as I’m leaning into that... Kali’s right. There’s freedom in realizing that we’re all just doing the best we can. We’re in a pandemic, in an imperfect world, with imperfect people — and we always have been. This isn’t unique to 2020 really. It’s just lifting the veil on what we’ve been too busy to notice.
So now that we’re free to not know, now what? Now that we see we’re the leaders we were waiting for, that we don’t need to follow, that we can listen and trust ourselves... now what?
Now, we UX. Now, we design. Now, we test, iterate, and create something new. The beauty in realizing that everything’s uncertain is that everything’s malleable, adaptable, changeable. We can change our minds, try something new, and then change our minds again. Isn’t that WILD?
Change can be scary. Responding to uncertainty with “let’s try something” is scary. But I’m not giving you a magic pill to make all your problems go away. I’m giving you a process. And the beauty in a proven process that works is that you uncover new answers, reliable answers that are unique to you and your business. No one-size-fits-all website, layout, color scheme.
If you’ve been wanting to convert more customers in your online business, but aren’t sure where to start, then my process is the answer for you. By using this process of discovery, design, diagnose, and deliver, we can systematically find the opportunities in your website and business so that you can book those clients — and make an impact on your world and bottom line.
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Every day I walked into my second bedroom and sighed. After 7 years in Atlanta, this was the dumping ground of all things. Golf clubs I’ve never used, wrapping paper, winter coat and snow boots extremely practical for HOTlanta.
Some of the happiest times I’ve had have been when I had no agenda, no plans, no deadlines. I remember one of the worst times I got burnt out when I was consulting. I took 2 days off and it was glorious. I worked on a website for a friend and took an aimless walk to the park. I sat outside at a restaurant by myself and had a beautiful salad and a glass of champagne. I left my phone at home and had no worries.