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4 Ways Nature’s Magic is Good for Business & Soul

By Maura Webster | Nov 7, 2018 | 0 Comments
4 Ways Nature's Magic is Good for Business & Soul

This past weekend, I threw the clock back, tossed off the covers, and went hiking! Who knew it was going to be good for business? A little crazy considering I haven’t done anything physically challenging since surgery, and really, since March. 2 days out, I’m definitely acknowledging that I may have been a bit overzealous…

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Why You Need to Create your 2019 Business Plan NOW!

By Maura Webster | Oct 29, 2018 | 1 Comment
2019 Business Plan - do it now

A few weeks ago, a memory popped up on Facebook that reminded me of how things used to be. Back when I had a J. O. B. and apparently worked crazy hours, my little peanut came to me and said that she wished I had a job with not so many hours. I think she…

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Fair Questions to Give Your Marketing Direction

By Maura Webster | Sep 30, 2018 | 0 Comments
fair questions to give your marketing direction

Today, my girls and I met up with Darren and his daughters (and his oldest’s +1!) at the Deerfield Fair in Deerfield, NH. We were looking for something to do that was the quintessential “fall in New England” activity, but didn’t involve hours of baking as the follow up! So an agricultural fair beat out…

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We’re All A Badass: Every Entrepreneur’s Dance with Self-Doubt

By Maura Webster | Sep 18, 2018 | 0 Comments
We're All a Badass

What?!?! Seriously, who do you think you are? How many times have you asked yourself this question? My guess is at least a hundred if you’ve asked it once… am I right? The other day, I got an email from a friend and colleague in my business group who I saw last week at our…

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What Marketing Fear has Your Head in the Sand?

By Maura Webster | Aug 30, 2018 | 0 Comments
What Marketing Fear has Your Head in the Sand

A while back, I took the girls for their physicals and flu shots. Always a fun day on the parent calendar! In coaching our youngest, Emma, through her fear and panic over the shot, I was reminded of a sign I had received. It was during lunch on the day of our first webinar (almost…

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Paying it Forward (and a Free Strategy Call Offer!)

By Maura Webster | Aug 22, 2018 | 0 Comments
Paying It Forward

Sooooo…one of the key values at LillaBlu (and for me, really) is transparency. It can be hard, especially when we don’t want to bother or burden others…or if we’re afraid to be seen…or worried about what others will think. When I was trying to organize my thoughts to prep for a live video I did…

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Analysis Paralysis: Why It’s Good to Feel Fear, Then Let It Go

By Maura Webster | Aug 8, 2018 | 1 Comment
Analysis Paralysis

It’s been a wild few weeks, as only summer with kids and a business to manage can be, but I am actually loving it this year. I don’t know if its because my girls are older and their want and need for sleeping in matches my want and need to get work done early in…

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How to Know When It’s Time to Put Away Your Marketing Map

By Maura Webster | Jul 26, 2018 | 0 Comments
Put Away Your Marketing Map

Almost three years ago, I had the privilege of sitting in on a number of incredibly awesome sessions at Hubspot’s Inbound conference in Boston. I mean, wow. W.O.W. It was only the first full day, and I got to meet other marketers, CEOs, Entrepreneurs… all super cool in so many different ways. And all there to…

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Managing Marketing Overwhelm: One Step at a Time

By Maura Webster | Jul 23, 2018 | 0 Comments
Managing Marketing Overwhelm

Overwhelm. It’s something that most of us are all too familiar with. It’s that gut-wrenching feeling we get when we’re struggling to balance or prioritize (too) many tasks, or when too much is going on and we might feel out of control. Are you overwhelming yourself? Ironically, as a small business owner who is “in…

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How the Right Help Can Make Work Fun, Easy, and Beautiful

By Maura Webster | Jul 16, 2018 | 1 Comment

Last week I had surgery. It was planned, although I don’t think we ever “plan” on having surgery! It wasn’t small, yet not so intense as some of the surgeries I’ve watched my parents and other loved ones go through… and it is already jam-packed with lessons for me. Some background I had a laparoscopic…

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