The Status Quo business formulas we’re taught everywhere (see also: The Female Lifestyle Empowerment Brand) produce inequity and injustice…
…and we do NOT have to do it that way.
And…if we scrap the old, unjust business practices, what do we replace them with?
For the last several years, I’ve been developing alternative, justice-informed*, culture-making marketing strategies and tactics. I try them out in my own platform and with clients and then we iterate.
Here are some of the transformative, equitable #BusinessToolsForCultureMakers we’ve had success with that might be useful for you. They can help you want to grow your platform, revenue and reach…while also creating a positive social impact.
* I first heard the term “justice-informed” from Lauren Elizabeth and it’s so wildly useful.
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I’m looking around at our empowerment spaces at the payment plans being offered and I’m seeing some arguably predatory practices.Read More
In this Business Tip for Culture Makers, you’ll learn that building consent into your email marketing is a culture making power move that is also good for business.Read More
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When I was first starting out online, I witnessed an influential woman using her platform to boost the signals of others and invest in her community.Read More
Dear Culture Making Entrepreneurs: let’s learn from what we love.Read More
Inventing culture-making business ecosystems for yourself means reading way outside your niche and asking “what if…” rather than “how?”Read More