In today’s episode we sat down to chat with Maggie Giele, a digital strategist who works with creative entrepreneurs to really wrangle all of their ideas into a strategy that moves their business forward. Maggie is not someone who considers herself to be a creative, but the work she does with her clients can be out-of-the-box and unique enough, that we call her creative. Not to mention the positioning for her own brand is not something you come across everyday!
Maggie had a lot of great insight into focusing your creativity into actual goals and money for your business, and we really think you’ll find this episode interesting if you’re struggling to decide which direction to move your business in.
Links to things we mentioned:
“It’s not like it’s alienating people who aren’t into fantasy.”
“Can’t take the geek out of me.”
“I did not resonate as a creative entrepreneur.”
“Once you do that analysis, bless them and sent them free. Don’t look at them again.”
“You need to find a rhythm and style that works for you and your audience, and then deliver whatever level of quality is the best fit for that.”
“At a certain level of business, it’s time to stop learning so much, and consuming so much content, and just start doing.”
“It takes away from my creativity, because I’m channeling her creativity.”
“Not all creatives know they’re creative.”
“Whether you’re creative or analytical, sometimes the other person can really balance you out.”