Death by a thousand papercuts. You know…those little, needling comments that when combined with enough frequency and time, can create a gaping wound in our confidence and self-worth. It happens in conversations daily – even ones made in a setting where you'd expect the topics to be professional, or worse yet, loving. Growing up female, … Continue reading Flip the Script: Would you say that to a man?
Last week, Bennis Inc's PR Assistant and Photographer, Danielle Gouger shared the 10 quotes that have helped shape her life. These words of wisdom inspired Bennis Inc's Owner, Stephanie Shirley to share her own list this week. Take a read and get inspired to make this your best week yet! 10 Quotes That Have Helped … Continue reading 10 Quotes That Have Helped Shape My Life: Part II
This week’s blog was written by Bennis Inc's PR Assistant and Photographer, Danielle Gouger. Click here to learn more about Danielle’s passion and expertise! 10 Quotes That Have Helped Shape My Life We have all stumbled upon a quote that seems to speak to our soul. It's an inspiring, emotional and enlightening moment when you … Continue reading 10 Quotes That Have Helped Shape My Life
As a business owner, you’ve likely been told at least once (or countless times) that you need a solid mission statement to communicate what it is you do. I agree that this is good advice, but so often the person giving it doesn’t have the slightest clue as to what makes a mission statement good … Continue reading How to Craft a Killer Mission Statement
The influence of storytelling can be found in all aspects of our lives. First, think of how we are entertained. We watch television and movies, read books and surf social media. All of these components include storytelling in one way or another. Now think about how we mentally and emotionally connect with the world around … Continue reading The Art of Storytelling: Why This Tactic is so Valuable for Your Business
I didn’t always have the gift of the golden pen. At least I never considered myself as anything but an average writer throughout my earlier years. I would do the assignments asked of me in school, but rarely did I earn high marks or a place on the honor board for my work. Outside of … Continue reading The Repercussions of a Word Smith