As a creative, you’ve undoubtedly spent plenty of time suffering from Idea Overwhelm. And if you’re here, you’re probably suffering from it right now.

Does this sound like you?

  • It would take at least two lifetimes to bring all of your big ideas to life.
  • Several of your ideas seem to overlap and you aren’t sure if you should combine them, scrap them or choose the best one (or even if there is such a thing).
  • You’re afraid if you don’t ‘hurry up’ and bring an idea to life, then someone else will beat you to it.
  • You’re not sure if you’re sentimentally attached to a concept or if it’s truly something that has potential.
  • You have no idea how to monetize your vision.
  • You need help coalescing your big plans under a singular umbrella.
  • You keep a keen eye on what others are doing and get frustrated watching them succeed as you sit on the sidelines.
  • You have trouble falling asleep because the ideas just won’t quiet down.
  • You spend far too much time wandering through the barren land of un-productivity.

Why endure even one more day with a mind bursting with haphazard ideas, causing frustration, overwhelm and inaction?

Idea Overwhelm: You’ve met your match.

With over two decades in business and marketing I’ve learned how to streamline ideas into profitable platforms and cut away the rest. My forte is the intrinsic ability to conceptualize legions of big ideas into a sustainable, workable ‘big-picture’ platform. By giving voice to your inner-most musings and extracting that ever elusive common thread and coalescing them into a workable menu of offerings that will serve you and your right people, beautifully.

This is for you if:

  • You’re a solopreneur or microbusiness owner who lives and works in the creative realm.
  • You are fully or primarily based online [or have the intention to be].
  • You are a product or services provider.
  • You currently make $1,000 or less per month.

 

This probably isn’t for you if:

  • You struggle with [even gently phrased] constructive criticism.
  • You‘ve got a good handle on what you’re doing.
  • You’re not sure if you’re ready to make any changes in the way you do things.
  • You’re looking for programs to be created or built for you.
  • You’re starting a new business and want help developing an entire business/brand concept.
  • You aren’t emotionally or financially ready to commit.

 

The Process

  1. First, fill out the discovery questionnaire to introduce yourself and let me know you’re interested. Take your time filling it out so I get the best idea of how I can serve you.
  2. I’ll spend a few days dissecting and analyzing your responses. I’ll also conduct an existing brand audit, if applicable.
  3. In a week or so, we’ll schedule some telephone time [about 60-75 minutes] to bring it all together. I’ll also answer any burning questions you might have at that time. Expect nothing but purely honest, non-judgy feedback, and the reasoning behind it.
  4. You weigh in, decide what works for you, and go from there.

This isn’t about me telling you what you should be doing. There’s no authenticity in that methodology. This is you facing idea overwhelm head-on and coming out the victor.

 

Some things we can work on include:

  • Addressing the throngs of business ideas you’ve got swirling around in your head [or written in multiple notebooks you’ve got stashed around the house] and determining which are the most workable and have the best profit potential.
  • Figuring out how to monetize your ideas and see which are candidates for reformation or expansion.
  • Considering ideas for multiple streams of income.
  • Deciding what, if any, current items need retooling or ditching. [Sometimes they need a tweak or some time to gel and come together. You may be surprised!]

Together, we’ll tease the excellence from the clutter and hand-select only those ideas that will let you honor your mission, do what you love, and artfully serve your right people. When we’re through, you’ll have a handful of your best ideas pieced together into an easy to understand menu of offerings for your customers and a manageable set of offerings that have the potential to be the most profitable and scaleable.

 

 

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