I learned a lot from How To Build A Goddamn Empire by Ali Kriegsman. But the biggest take away for me was that if I could miss the IRL journey of Bulletin Market, I (and others) could probably miss the broad side of billboard.
Sometimes we’re just isolated.
Even though I a lot of joy from taking amazing care of products, to assume that every store across the country is going to handle your product with kid gloves is foolish.
Build a product that can take care of itself.
In preparation for every cold and flu season for the past 4 years, I have ordered a mix of zinc products, probably about 300 units in total; lozenges, supplements, pills, and candy. Each carrying within its humble serving size, your daily dose of Zinc. If I had been gifted foresight in January 2020 (and asContinue reading “Can You Over Supplement? Chapter Zinc”
We’ve been taught that Vitamin C supplements are completely safe to take in high doses because our body eliminates the excess easily. But that doesn’t mean getting too much is impossible or healthy.
Vitamin D is one of those supplements you can definitely get too much of. Knowing the earliest signs of D toxicity and good dosing practices are the best way to avoid that.
Give Aways are so fun. They are a great way to bump up followers, move traffic to your page, make connections and inspire new customers to buy. But, a lot of brands think of them as a necessary evil or something they need to give out with minimal return on their investment. I’m here toContinue reading “How to Run A Give Away That Gives Back”
For the last few weeks I’ve been using a graphic website to keep track of likes and comments on a brand page that I contribute to. As a content creator and a realist, I want to make sure that what I am contributing to a fledgling brand is actually making an impact on traffic andContinue reading “Turning Clicks into Customers”
There is a specific piece of advice going around the public speaking world lately, ‘Don’t Knee-Cap Your Sentences’. I’ve seen it about 15 times in the past few months and it refers to the use of words like ‘really’ (i.e. really good) and ‘just’ (i.e. just perfect) and the limiting effect they have.
“Start from where you are” is a phrase that has been soothing the itching privilege of the wellness industry this week. It’s meant to be a slower and more empathetic approach to a healthy lifestyle that factors in socioeconomic factors, food availability, familial obligations, stress, time, and the sheer existence of non wellness priorities. ItContinue reading “Start From Where You Are”
I was prescribed a Folic Acid supplement in a very high dose as a child, as a way to curtail the side effects of other medications. Because it is so present in my personal history and mind, I tend to notice people purchasing it more and like to ask them why?