How To Find Your Target Audiences At the root of marketing is not your product or your mission. At the root of marketing is people. It does not matter what you do or what you say if you’re not inspiring your target audience to act. This is why it’s so important to know how to […]
I think because my background is in marketing, it’s really easy for me to empathize. I guess you can say my super power is finding fascination in anything, and when I say anything - I mean anything. I don’t know how to be bored. When you’re in a creative field sometimes it feels like we’re making something out of nothing - but if we’re truly honest with ourselves: there’s gold everywhere.
You just have to keep looking.
The thing I love about living in the times of the internet is the accessibility and resources we have to educate ourselves. We are so privileged to be able to google every single question that pops into our random minds. So why don’t we?
Today there is a podcast, blog, documentary, or book, for everything under the sun.
No excuses. Embrace your curiosity.
I used to be the kind of person that glorified busy. Sleepless nights + over-caffeination meant you were more deserving of life or something.*cue the heavy eye rolls*. I don’t think that way anymore. I love my sleep, the fact that I get to move my body, or choose to be still when I need to.
Find what works for you. Breathe easy. Life isn’t meant to be lived with your head underwater.
Hi, I'm Traci and I'm just figuring it out. A lot of us are afraid to admit that, huh? We’re all supposed to be an expert at something. We’re supposed to narrow down our niche. We’re supposed to position ourselves as the “authority.” Maybe, it’s just me - but self-exploration and self-evolution sound a lot more fun than that. Humans are dynamic. We’re not one sided. And I think, maybe, it’s time to embrace that. All sides of it.
If you're reading this, please know that these thoughts are from the deepest crevices of my mind, and for me that is both liberating and terrifying.
Thanks for being here anyway.
It took me a while to realize that my worth shouldn't be contingent upon my work, but we are so much more than that. We are what we enjoy. We are who we love. We are what we choose to learn about...
At the end of my life, I hope to be the kind of person who enjoys every sip of her warm beverage - not just the first. I will feel the wind on my face and the sunshine on my back and that will be enough. These ordinary moments are the ones I will live for and the extraordinary will come all on its own.