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What You Should be Unapologetic About When it Comes to Your Business

Bold traits are most powerful when you wrangle them a bit. And this month’s theme of being unapologetic is a prime example of a trait that is best with bit of constraint. Because, to be considered unapologetic without also being considered arrogant requires self awareness and confidence. Specifically, the self awareness to know when you… Read More »

The Top Three Times to be Unapologetic at Work

This month, we’re focusing on the idea of being unapologetic. But, with situations that range from the terrible to the tedious, how do we know when it’s time to put our foot down, versus when it’s best to just let something slide by? As wedding professionals, our job is such a balancing act of keeping… Read More »

We’re at the Creative at Heart Conference!

Well hello there! We’re so glad you visited the blog and wanted to let you know that our editors are taking a little break this week because they are at the Creative at Heart conference! We’ll be back to our normal programming on August 15th and until then, see what we’re up to at the… Read More »

Featured Planner: Southern Sparkle

This month we are all about being unapologetically you and our Featured Planner this month does just that! Krisy of Southern Sparkle Weddings knew that where she was out of college wasn’t for her so, what did she do? She went out there and made the perfect opportunity for herself! Keep reading to learn more… Read More »

Be Unapologetic

August has crept up on us quickly and, while we’re not sure we like the thought of summer nearly coming to a close (say it ain’t so!), we’re ready to take charge this month with our August focus: Be Unapologetic. So often as wedding planners and professionals our job is to make others happy—we’re event… Read More »

Yes, You Are a Salesman

I’m willing to wager that when most of you started your businesses, you didn’t claim, at the top of your list of dreams, “becoming a salesman.” In fact, sales may not be your “thing” at all (just like accounting isn’t mine), but, when you’re a small but mighty organization, you must be intimately involved in… Read More »

How to Record Your Transactions: Bookkeeping Tips from Amy Northard, CPA

We all love that email confirmation that our invoice has been paid, but what happens afterwards, when it’s time to record that transaction in your bookkeeping? Let’s walk through, step-by-step, what’s going on in the back end of things when you accept an online payment through Aisle Planner’s invoicing feature. The client pays your invoice… Read More »

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