Happy Tuesday, y’all. In the theme of changes surrounding CCS recently [and more to come ;)] I wanted to chat about the intentionality behind your brand and why it matters.
Oftentimes when you’re starting your brand, it can feel like there are so many moving parts that you get lost in what you’re “supposed” to be doing. Social media, emails, blogs, outreach, etc. It can become consuming and lead to a lost meaning of your “why.”
Being intentional behind your brand in my case bleeds into the topic of why I hired on Izzy, my go-to marketing gal and AK, my lead designer. Social media was not my thing and I absolutely dreaded spending my Sundays sitting down and planning out content. I also realized that while I knew how to execute branding, I didn’t love it. I was not being as intentional as I could be behind our social media and wanted to reallocate my time to what I really love – building websites. So, part of my intentionality at CCS was realizing I needed help in order to actually be intentional in every aspect of my business.
Let’s talk about why having intention in your business is so important:
So how can you – a business owner – define where you want to focus your intentional-ness in?
In doing this, I’ve found that I’m also much more meaningful about the work I want Izzy, AK, and our other designers to be doing and collectively, as a team – we are producing more intentional and powerful work.
On my own end of things, I’ve learned to become intentional about who I work with which correlates to my decision to niche down. If you didn’t know, I also work with clients outside of my niche on an “if we’re a great fit” basis. When you’re starting out, it’s common to take on every project that comes your way, but as you grow and evolve, becoming intentional about who you work with (because yes, you get to choose) is so essential.