In this episode of the Creative Empire Podcast, Maghon Taylor joins the girls to talk about how to spread happiness using your business. She begins by explaining how she crafted a mission statement for her creative business, and why she felt a need for it. She goes on to talk about how to translate an individual business owner’s personality to social media. Maghon discusses how to gain confidence and pursue your passion as a creative. This lead to debating the positives and not-so-great parts of being an entrepreneur and how to manage the struggle of going from having co-workers to being on your own.
- How to craft a mission statement for your creative biz (+ why you need one!)
- How to spread happiness using your business
- How to translate your personality to social media
- How to gain confidence and pursue your passion
- How to manage the struggle of having co-workers to working alone
- What are some of the positives and not-so-great parts of being a creative entrepreneur
I’m Maghon Taylor and I am the She behind All She Wrote Notes. I am a sweet Carolina girl on a mission to spread happiness through my handwriting. I have delighted in pretty handwriting all my life — with a name like Maghon, you can’t help it! My sweet southern mama says she spelled it that way because it looked prettier to write. I’m serious. So, I think I was destined to be a calligrapher. All She Wrote Notes is a calligraphy studio that specializes in celebrating every day! We believe calligraphy and beautiful handlettering shouldn’t be saved like china for special occasions. Life can be full of so many little celebrations and we love to party! We specialize in adding my whimsical handwritten calligraphy to stationery, paper goods, gifts and party supplies. I also love teaching calligraphy and sharing my skills and knowledge through my traveling calligraphy workshop program called Calligraphy Y’all.
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