Reina and Christina interview Ashlee Proffitt, owner of a boutique branding studio, this Creative Empire podcast episode. Ashlee always knew she wanted to be a work-at-home parent, so she designed her life around that goal. The trio chat about transitioning to a more intentional work-at-home life, why you don’t need to have everything figured out, and what success really means.
- How Ashlee knew she wanted to be a work-at-home parent so she chose a career that would allow her to do so
- What life looked like when Ashlee started versus what it looks like now
- How Ashlee transitioned into a more intentional work-at-home life
- How to manage the monetary expectation vs time expectation vs our identity
- What success means to Ashlee
- Why you don’t have to figure everything out perfectly right now
Hi friend! I’m Ashlee, a believer, wife, mama. I am the owner of a boutique branding studio where I have the pleasure of creating intentional, strong and genuine brands for fellow creative entrepreneurs through design and consulting services. I fell madly in love with the art of design while studying at James Madison University where I received a degree in Fine Art with an emphasis in Graphic Design. I am perpetually obsessed with thoughtful typography and to this day I am head over heels for all things paper and ink. In addition to a strange obsession to typography and great pens, I get strangely excited over anything in a beautiful shade of white. I wake up before dawn on most days. I hate a mess and accept coffee as a form of payment.
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