Figuring It Out

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Summary

Amy Smith offers advice on how to find a tribe, focus on your genius zone, and guide people toward what they want.

Show Notes

In today's episode, brand strategist Amy Smith offers advice on how to find a tribe, focus on your genius zone, and guide people toward what they want.

Here are a few things you'll learn:
  • What is a “genius zone,” and how can you use yours to your advantage?
  • How you can reduce overwhelm on your website and in your service offerings to help prospects make a decision and book your services.
  • Why Amy uses Facebook groups (not emails) to reach people
  • And more!
“Regardless of what our industry or niche is, we’re all providing clarity of some sort and removing overwhelm.” — AMY SMITH

GUEST SPOTLIGHT: Amy Smith

Amy Smith is a brand strategist, website designer, and creative badass. She lives in Georgia with her husband and daughter, but they hope to someday move to California or Canada. Amy says she's, "definitely a Hufflepuff and an ENFP and I'm pretty good at peopling ;)"

Amy has been a graphic and web designer since 2007. She’s also a super low-key photographer. Her genius zone includes building websites and working on a branding vision and strategy for her clients.


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What is Figuring It Out?

Join host Melissa Guller each week as she interviews millennial women who run successful online businesses, blogs, and podcasts. We talk about how they got started, the challenges they've overcome, and how they earned their first dollar, plus our guests share expertise on choosing a topic, content marketing, building an audience, and more.