Stand Out in the Pack

A branding, web, and event specialist for

Executives Turned Entrepreneurs.

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Americans are very big about loving the dog first... They're actually looking for you to be the pack leader.

— Cesar Millan

Take the lead!

Your website should help your business!

It should be a valuable tool.

Not just for sales but also for streamlining processes, on-boarding clients, a hub of resources for your clients, etc.

Roughly 50% of new businesses close within five years of being open. (Bureau of Labor Statistics via Legal Zoom)

Which of these feel like you?

  • I'm tired of looking inexperienced and boring.

    I’ve been in this line of work for decades. My branding and website don't convey my level of expertise or rates.

  • People don’t know what I do for a living.

    I have difficulty explaining to people what I offer and how I’m different.

  • How do I transition from executive to entrepreneur?

    I used to work with my colleagues, but now I’m a business owner. How can I change that perception?

  • I'm not getting any referrals.

    My clients and peers don’t refer me to others. Why is this?

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Web Design

Your business is awesome! Let’s show the world your awesomeness. Don’t just follow others – be the leader. When you add branding into the mix, your website relaunch will be more than a redesign – it will truly reflect the leader you are. That’s how your brand becomes memorable – not just "well known".

Get a Blue-Ribbon Website

If the thought of building your website makes you nauseous,

I get it.

I remember shaking years ago when I wrote a check to another developer to build my first WordPress website. I was sick to my stomach for days. It was the last of my freelance reserve money.

In the end, it was the best investment I've made into my own business.

  • Download the Anti-Nausea Websites Guide

    Getting a firm grasp on the terms used for creating a website will calm your stomach.

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Dogs rule!

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