Where Are the Fireworks? How to cope with post-launch crickets

I will not sugar coat this for a single moment: building a business is HARD.

From the moment you start to take your golden egg of an idea seriously, you’ll be tested. You’ll work harder than you ever have. You’ll pour everything you have – mind, body, and soul – into birthing this new (ad)venture. You’ll spend a lot of money, you’ll eat a lot of takeout, you’ll even fall asleep on your laptop once or twice. You’ll hit major roadblocks and face delays and sometimes even have Godzilla stomp through your village. Read More

4 Ways to Keep Crazy at Bay When Starting Your Business

In order to build a happy and healthy business, you have to maintain a happy and healthy self. This can feel daunting, especially when you already have to-do lists of your to-do lists. But trust us, your work mirrors your energy, and if you’re burnt out, all your hard work will fizzle beside you.

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Welcome, Wild Women

Hey wild women, and Welcome to Wildernest!

THANK YOU SO MUCH for taking the time to explore what we’ve created here and for your support in our re-launch! Our purpose at Wildernest is to fill as many women’s lives with joy and success, however they define it. So in the name of endless support for that goal, I’m dedicating this love letter/pep talk to all the women who feel the exhilarating (and likely terrifying) pull of the wilderness that is business ownership. Read More

Women-Owned Small Business Week Feature: ehvents Co

In celebration of Small Business Week (May 5-11), Wildernest is highlighting the stories of some amazing women-owned businesses. Please join us in the movement to #shoplocal and #supportwomen!

We are so excited to introduce you to Heather Sheldon and Elisabeth Graves, the duo of beautiful souls behind ehvents Co., a wedding floral design company based in San Diego, California. We love these brave leap takers who are following their passion for love and florals and learning by doing rather than simply waiting for the perfect moment to begin their dreams.
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Women-Owned Small Business Week Feature: Millier Law

In celebration of Small Business Week (May 5-11), Wildernest is highlighting the stories of some amazing women-owned businesses. Please join us in the movement to #shoplocal and #supportwomen!

We are so excited to introduce you to Jennifer Millier, the brave and bold litigator who took the leap from the 9-5 life to start her own law firm: her way. Joining the ranks of only about 300 women-owned law firms in the United States, Jennifer is an inspiration to all of us in knowing that the status quo does not need to persist–especially in a traditionally male-dominated profession that values endless billable hours, life-threatening stress and fatigue, and pervasive aggression. We’re proud to call her a client, and a dear friend.
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Women-Owned Small Business Week Feature: Hot For Food Blog

In celebration of Small Business Week (May 5-11), Wildernest is highlighting the stories of some amazing women-owned businesses. Please join us in the movement to #shoplocal and #supportwomen!

We are so excited to introduce you to Lauren Toyota, the hilarious Canadian genius behind Hot For Food Blog, our all-time favorite vegan recipe creator, award-winning and best-selling cookbook author of Vegan Comfort Classics: 101 Recipes To Feed Your Face, and YouTube cooking video darling. Read More

Women-Owned Small Business Week Feature: Craft Sierra Madre

In celebration of Small Business Week (May 5-11), Wildernest is highlighting the stories of some amazing women-owned businesses. Please join us in the movement to #shoplocal and #supportwomen!

Arianna Reel, owner of Craft Sierra Madre – a modern craft supply and DIY workspace in Sierra Madre, California – is a badass babe on a mission to do scary shit and make the world a more crafty place along the way. She created Craft to foster every kind of creative art form imaginable (including workshops on vulgar embroidery – we die – and watercolor cacti painting) through hands-on experiences that cater to everyone from little kids to adults. The space is stocked with a carefully curated selection of DIY supplies for all making needs, and designed with the intention of building a space to create, be inspired, and develop community. We asked Arianna about what it’s like to run a local business, who inspires her, and the unique trials and advantages she’s experienced as a woman-owned business:

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How to reduce the busy-ness in your business

Like most people, when I start my work day my first instinct is to check my email. I tell myself I’m checking for anything urgent that came in last night that may need immediate attention. However, this can very quickly lead me down a rabbit hole of replying to all my emails and soon I’ve lost control of my morning. Was that really the best use of time? What happened to my goals and my to-do list for the day? How did I get so busy? Read More

What a Brand Should Look for in an Influencer Marketing Partner

Whether or not a business should work with influencers and micro-influencers to promote their brand is a pretty hot topic these days. While there can be many benefits to influencer marketing like reaching a new audience, building backlinks and building a (positive) reputation – there can also be drawbacks. These hidden hindrances can include cost, time to execute and a potential negative effect on your brand reputation if you partner with a certain influencer, so it’s important you thoroughly research your potential partner and choose someone that truly fits with your brand’s identity. Read More

Business Mentors: Your personal panel of promoters

I’m sure you’ve heard time and time again about the value of having a mentor. That’s because it’s actually is really, super important! Personally, I am a big believer in having a few business mentors and what some have described as having your own Personal Board of Directors. The more the merrier, right?!

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**Special COVID19 crisis e-course pricing assistance**

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and its global impact, we are currently completely focused on what we can do to best support each other - our community, our families, and our fellow wild women. As we all navigate this crisis, we want you to know that we’re in your corner, and we want to do our part to help you find some hope and to feel empowered as you find your way forward to a new normal. While social distancing and quarantines have many downsides, the most valuable resource we all have right now is extra time, and if we take advantage of that extra time by working hard on our dreams we all may just be able to turn some sour-ass lemons into some Beyonce-level Lemonade. And we are in a unique position to help you do just that with our Nest for Success ecourse, which helps you work through every step of laying the foundation for your dream business - culminating in the creation of your very own business plan (COVID be damned!). Our hope is that this course will help you utilize this time to truly evaluate what is possible for your future, to start thinking big, and begin laying the essential groundwork for building the company and life of your dreams when the dust of the pandemic settles.

As small business owners ourselves who have all been impacted by the crisis, we know that right now finances are scary and the future of your work may be shaky. We’ve been talking with a lot of you behind the scenes and know that many of you have lost your income, or had it drastically reduced, affecting your ability to support yourself and your family, or that your 9-5 job security is on thin ice. So we have made an immediate decision to make our course as accessible and affordable as we can to you during this time in order to lend a hand. 

So starting now through April 15th, we’re going as low as we can go and making our $997 course available for $99. (We’d give it for FREE if we could but need to make sure our team is cared for and keep the lights on over here too!). We’ve also set it up so you can split your payment into 3 monthly charges of $33, with the normal payment plan fees waived. 

And if you’re doing a little better than most during this time, we would encourage you to pay it forward and choose the option to sponsor a woman who is in financial crisis. If you are one of those women who’s in financial crisis, please be brave and send us a message via social media direct message, or email us at hello@wildernestwomen.com to let us know what’s going on and we’ll work on getting you taken care of. 

We love you, we’re here for you, and please remember to throw kindness around like confetti and lean on your sisters during this time.

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