In this fireside chat with Beth Perry, we talk about the importance of allowing ourselves to evolve and change over time. It’s part of our design to improve. When we lean into that and flourish in our ability to create and adapt, inspire and grow, we will live on a new level. Listen in!
Being played small is something many women face daily. Zoraida of Empowered Fem speaks up about her feelings on the topic.
A friend and I were talking about how we thrive on remote work in our family by implementing a simple rule of “Our family, our rules”. In this post, I share some thoughts with you on how we make it work.
Tonight I am sharing some love and positive energy with you from this chat with Cindy Z of Kokoro Marketing and me. We had lots of smiles, good conversation, and a fun time talking about marketing and doing less. While that last part is a small piece of the conversation, it is so important in this time when everyone is trying to figure out how to fill up their schedule.
Kelly Shinner and Shell Vera talk about Soul Care Urban Retreat Center and the importance of becoming authentic. In this fireside chat, the ladies talk about the importance of self-care in becoming who you truly are.
Damaly Shepherd of Portraits by Damaly Shepherd and Shell Vera of The Essential Creative sit down for this Fireside Chat to talk about going full-time with your side gig, the power of sticking with a goal, the importance of personal growth, and how to ensure you are being mentored even if you can’t afford a coach. The chat is chock full of helpful information for those on the brink of going full-time with their side gig as well as those who aren’t sure that going full time is right for them.
Email Marketing Specialist Ashley DeLuca and Voice Discovery Coach Shell Vera of The Essential Creative sit down to discuss email marketing, starting your own business, tips for talking with your ideal audience, establishing BIG goals, and letting go of tasks or offerings you’re no longer excited about! Join them in this video and learn actionable tips you can implement today.
I had the chance to sit down with The Language Agent, Nancee-Laetitia Marin, to discuss editing, writing, self-publishing, and what it’s like starting a business as a language professional. The chat is engaging and real as we discuss choosing the right team to self-publish your book, how to ensure you choose the right client’s as an editor, and the importance of questioning everything!
Takeaways from last Monday’s fireside chat with JRenee Burgess of No Honey Makeup.
John the Bap and Shell Vera discuss what it’s like to be a creative with a 9-5, what it’s like to be a multi-passinate entrepreneur, and what it means to share God with others in an authentic way.
An introduction to the new Fireside Chat series for The Essential Creative. Each Monday come visit us for a chat with a creative about business, faith, community, and family.
In this first fireside chat, Shell of The Essential Creative talks with JRenee from No Honey Makeup about business, faith, and balancing priorities as a Kingdom entrepreneur. This chat will be helpful to all who have wanted to start a business but have been afraid to do so. JRenee had the idea for her business while home on maternity leave with her youngest son, at a very unlikely time most mothers would be thinking of launching a dream. But she did it and is here to tell us the real, raw details of what it takes to have faith for big, audacious goals and God-given callings.