Achieve business clarity today with ‘Subtract’.

19 February

Imagine if your business could be simpler – ‘Subtract’ training helps ‘sometimes overwhelmed’ business owners to get clear on the issues affecting their business right now. What is working, what needs to be changed? What can you subtract?

I will train you how to focus on doing less, but doing it better.

get business clarity bytaking a 'Subtract' workshop with Three Thought Bubbles

As time-poor business owners, it’s easy to get buried in the day-to-day running of your business. You struggle to find time to ask really important questions of yourself. Subtract training gives you the space and support to review your business today.

Let’s re-connect with what you love to do
‘Subtract’ is about getting an ‘outside-in’ view and reconnecting with the ‘why’ of what you do. It’s about getting clear on who you want to do business with and what you are offering them. And it’s about simplifying how you do business.

Subtract training will help you in two ways –
1. It will give you a map of where you are now and where you want to go next. What needs to change?
2. It will help you create a meaningful business story that customers can easily understand and relate to.

Together, we will create a new strategy and a meaningful business story that your customers can easily understand. You have all the answers – you just need to ask yourself new questions! I can help you with that. I train business owners how to talk confidently and clearly about what they do. I believe that this is one of the most powerful business skills you can develop.

Subtract - get business strategy amd clarity

Subtract is about creating simplicity in your business. After your training you will –

  • Be clear on the key messages you should be using when trying to engage new customers.
  • Have a mental note of the rubble, distractions and interruptions you need to minimise in your business life.
  • Understand how to create concise, persuasive and relevant communication that your human customers will enjoy reading 

    As a business owner for 17 years, I share some of the same struggles as you! But I have discovered how a minimalist approach to business planning makes me happier and my business more successful. I now see clutter as anything that doesn’t serve me well. I believe that this training will give you and your customers greater clarity on what you do.

    Give me a call on 087 635 5655 to book your class or discuss more details. This class will be tailored to suit you. The course includes a practical workbook and follow up review.

    Class details:
    This is a one to one class and lasts for one and a half hours.
    Venue: a central Dublin location*
    Investment: €250
    *This training can take place in your business premises by arrangement.

Let’s make friends with the idea of business blogging first! Simplifying your decision to blog into 5 simple steps.

5 January

Blogging is great for business but taking the first leap can feel scary – I totally understand that! I train business owners how to confidently tell their story on the web. Today, I’m simplifying your decision to blog into 5 simple steps. Let’s make friends with the idea first and demystify what’s involved!


I know you’re scared! Listen to your fears.

Give them a name. Write them down. (See if you can laugh at them – optional). What other things have you mastered recently that stretched you? Give yourself credit for these things! Now, what is your real fear here?

Inspiring post: This post covers the concerns of one of my past clients “5 fears about blogging and how to tackle them”.

Result: Blogging will help you to overcome your fears of ‘putting yourself out there’.

 5 Tips to help you launch your business blog

Who’s telling your business story? It’s time to own your online identity!

Is the outside-in view of your business the same as the inside out? Can you improve how your brand is experienced on the web? Google your business name and see what results come up. Now it’s time for you to create the content that you want people to discover about you.

Inspiring post: Irish butchers are blogging brilliantly

Result: You get to influence your ‘up to date’ online reputation.

5 tips to help you launch your business blog.

“I’m going to do this” – commit to writing a business blog!

Well done – what’s next? Observe what you like and dislike on the web. What brands do you feel a connection with? What makes you click away? Start collecting these examples to inspire you. Pick a name for your blog. Get advice on choosing a blogging platform such as Blogger or WordPress. Decide whether you will host your blog yourself. Keep asking for help!

Inspiring post; Your 30 day challenge to start your blog.

Result: You value your own opinions, beliefs and skills and are confident to share them.

5 tips to help you launch your business blog.

Create a plan – Who are you writing this blog for and what do they need help with?

A blog is like a living business plan – it literally highlights what you do best. But first you have to spend time coming up with a flexible plan and strategy. This guide will make it easy to create content that your customers want to read.

Result: Your blogging plan makes your blog effective but it also makes it easier and more fun for you to write! Tomas

5 tips to help you launch your business blog

Treat yourself – place value on learning this new skill.

As a blogger, you will need patience as well as a willingness to learn from your mistakes. That sentence is worth re-reading!

There is so much help and support out there. Treat yourself to books, take on and offline training courses, get to know other bloggers. The brilliant thing about blogging is that you can learn at your pace and in bite-sized modules.

Inspiring post: How do you feel about learning a new skill?

Result: You are upskilling and adding value to your skill-set.

I train business owners how to write an authentic blog. I believe that we all need to become more human on the web. And we need to own our online brand – that means hosting our content rather than relying on platforms like Facebook and Twitter that might disappear tomorrow!

Here are some posts from the Three Thought Bubbles blog to inspire you:

  • “5 fears about business blogging and how to tackle them”
  • How to find time to blog
  • Surviving the competition – clue; it’s not all about you!
  • Your 30 day challenge to start your blog
  • Feeling like a child in a sweet shop with Heston Blumenthal
  • 5 reasons why a business blog is better than a Facebook page
  • Recommended reading Blogging for creatives by Robin Houghton

    I can help you do this – I give workshops and one to one training on how to write a business blog. I will be your supportive coach and accountability buddy.

    I understand that you may need some reassurance before making your decision – now is a great time to start that conversation with me. Let’s chat about the best training style for you. Read about Three Thought Bubbles training options on the blog – all one to one sessions are customised to suit your needs.


    Blah blah ‘business storytelling’… “how can it help me?”

    12 December

    When it comes to blogging – most of you panic about the writing part! And I totally get that. Today I have some tips that will help you to write (and think about writing!) in a conversational way. That’s what storytelling is about.

    Here’s something that struck me recently – no-one has taught us how to write like we speak. In school or college, we learned how to write in a formal way. Now we need to LEARN how to write conversationally. Here’s why – people make decisions about your business online before they get to meet you in person, So, chatting like a human makes good business sense! It’s how you act in person….so why should you be different on the web? The most natural way to do this is through sharing real stories. Let’s look at the difference between a story and a narrative first…

    Business storytelling versus narrative

    Story-telling has become a hot trend and you may be sick of hearing about it! But why is this idea so relevant now? I believe it’s because our super-connected web world leaves us cold at times. We’re fed up with businesses who talk ‘at’ us, rather than ‘to’ us. We’ve always told each other stories – it’s how we make sense of the world but many businesses continue to use old marketing techniques to shout at their customers.
    Does this drive you crazy too?

    Good stories make us feel something – it’s a simple as that!

    • They are selective – the teller knows what is important to their audience.
    • They have some embellishment – a good story is memorable.
    • And they leave room for the imagination – they don’t tell us everything.

    Here’s my favourite part – The teller of the story gets to tailor the story to suit the audience.
    …..when I first heard this idea, it made me feel like a fake marketer. That’s until I got this part; there is a big difference here between tailoring and making things up! If you know exactly who you are telling the story to, you can edit it so it speaks to them. In contrast, a narrative is just a boring string of events or things told in a particular order. A narrative is devoid of emotion. That’s why it’s easy to ignore. Many businesses use narrative to describe what they do and why they are great. We are all consuming content online and we’re fed up with this style of writing. It’s time to write like we speak.

    Watch this short talk by Brian Reed – he’s a producer at This American Life. He’ll get you excited (+ make you laugh) about the important elements we need to be able to craft a good story.

    In This American Life, he and his colleagues focus on three things: action, reflection and stakes. Put together, these become really powerful. Brian tells us how we also need to think about motion when telling a story, as this will pull people forward and make them actually listen.

    I’m a huge fan of audio content at the moment – we literally hear the information in different ways when we use our eyes!
    And it gives our eyes a break from reading too. I hope you enjoy watching and listening to Brian!

    So my advice for you is really simple – get over your fear of writing by simply starting. Practice writing your ideas in a conversational style as if you were speaking to a good friend. Experiment with a dictaphone app on your phone and record yourself talking. And tailor your story so that it speaks to the people who are reading it.

    Would you like help and support while you learn to blog for your business? I’m now accepting clients for 2015 – let’s talk and see what you need help with most. You can do this – I’ll show you how!

    Blogging tips – shake up the world with the word ‘why’

    18 November

    The word ‘why’ shakes up our world – it helps us find out who we are and what excites us! There is a constant stream of whys rolling through our mind every day. I’m here to help bloggers (newbies and seasoned ones) to understand how important this word is. Why do you like certain content, brands or experiences and why do you dislike others? In order to create great content, you first need to examine what you like and don’t like.

    A big shout out to John-Paul Flintoff as his sketch below was the trigger for this post. What a great question to get us started! Why do you have favourite or least favourite foods? I’m encouraging you to practice your ‘why’ muscle!
    Illustration by John-Paul Flintoff

    I’m going to show you ways to catalogue this information to inspire your own writing and branding. Your likes and dislikes may be completely different to mine. That’s what this exercise is all about!

    I started writing about the things that excite and annoy me and then I had this idea – I’ve been talking about making a podcast for a while so this is the perfect topic! Here’s some of the things I’ll be talking about –

    I like… honesty

    Informal writing styles



    Fun and humour


    Business stories

    And visually attractive brands

    Now, what do you like?

    Let’s get you started with some practical action steps. I am constantly researching and saving content and find that Google Docs or Evernote are great tools for this. Below is a simple example to show you how to create categories to save links in. I have included Good design, Good ‘About’ or bio pages, Fresh approach, Clear calls to action, Captivating post titles, Competitors, Striking visual ideas and Mixed media content. You create categories for things that inspire you. Include some negatives in there too! Simply save the links and an explanation in each case.

    Tools for bloggers

    How does this help you to blog?
    You’ll soon get a clear sense of what you like and don’t like on the web. This will help you design your content in every sense of the word. And you’ll have more fun with it too, When you’re passionate about your writing, it shows!

    Tips and takeaways for you;
    Know what you like and dislike on the web. Use that as a way to inspire what you create. Awareness is the first step!If you’d like help with that, give me a shout. I train business owners how to tell their story on and off-line.

    Connect with John-Paul Flintoff – WebsiteTwitter

    We all have a magic skill

    31 October

    Job titles bore and frighten me! And yet, we must clearly describe what our skills are. I train businesses to be more human on the web (through blogging, strong branding and super user experience).

    ...But my key skill is as a conversation starter.

    If we work together, I’ll ask you different questions than you normally ask yourself. New stories will unfold. I get people re-excited about what they love to do. Why is that so important?

    At times, I need the help that I offer other people. But I’m not always the right person to ask! As business owners, we need constructive, outside support. We get stuck in our own way of thinking. And ‘stuck’ is not a good feeling! Today I’m offering to give you one to one training on any or all of the skills below. You choose.

    What does your business need help with?

    Overview of your brand story and message

    My blogging training always starts by diving into who you are and why you are doing what you’re doing! Many people feel that they are clear on this but it’s amazing what insights come from some focussed brainstorming. I call this ‘Word Play’. I guarantee this will be a fun exercise!

    Your About page

    Your about page is one of the most important elements on your website. It’s also one of the most difficult pieces to write! Your customers want to make an emotional connection with you and this is the perfect place to tell your story. I can help you take full advantage of this space. Remember (like your website and blog) this is a living document that needs to be regularly edited and updated. It gets easier with practice!

    Content planning and archiving

    As a blogger myself, I realise that one of the hardest parts can be choosing subjects to write about. Or maybe you have so many ideas that you need help organising them and giving them structure? I can help you create a system so that you can focus on your writing.

    Entertaining your readers
    – I’ll also show you how to include a variety of different media into your posts; from audio to video.

    User experience

    We all need an ‘outside in’ view of our business. I always recommend asking customers or people you don’t know to interact with your site. We need to hold our customers by the hand and make it easy for them to find what they want. We also need to guide them by making it clear what actions we’d like them to take. I can help you make your website an even more useful and pleasant place to visit!

    “Your business is about you but only in the context of how you can help your customer”


    What is your blogging strategy? Have you set specific goals? I can help ensure that the messages you create on all of your social platforms are working effectively for you.

    Writing for the web

    I have studied how we read content online and how we should write for an online audience. I canI train businesses to be more human on the web (through blogging, strong branding and super user experience). offer advice on both visual and written elements.

    Creating memorable graphics for your blog

    I recommend a free and simple to use online image editor to create striking visuals. I can show you how to create collages with memorable text captions. These can then be re-purposed for your Twitter, Facebook or Google+ feeds.

    Let’s chat about what you need help with – my classes are customised to suit you and your business. Leave me a comment below or you’ll find my contact details on the site.


    Blogging – how do you feel about learning a new skill?

    13 October

    Yesterday I took a workshop in the Chester Beatty Library. I learned how to make a sculptural, folded book using origami techniques. I’m writing this post because I want to ask you a question – How do you feel about learning a new skill? One of the reasons I took this workshop was to explore how I felt about this question! If you’re thinking about blogging, these ideas might help you!

    Sandi Sexton teaches bookmaking workshops in Dublin

    Sandi Sexton – origami bookmaking workshop, Chester Beatty Library.

    I spotted this 3 hour workshop with Sandi Sexton on Twitter and signed up immediately! It was a chance to learn something new and have fun on a Sunday afternoon. All at my favourite gallery; The Chester Beatty Library.

    Quite often, I beat myself up when I begin to learn something new. I want to be brilliant at it straight away. This time, I decided to observe myself as I learned!

    We met Sandi and she showed us a selection of her sculptural art books. There were about 25 people at the class. All of the tools and materials were laid out for each of us. All we had to do was watch, listen and then experiment.

    Here’s what I learned –

    Understanding – As Sandi demonstrated and explained the techniques, I noticed that a couple of people were taking notes. I realised that this works well for me. Sometimes you need to have the basic steps written in a way that makes sense to you. It’s like learning to drive, after a while you complete the sequence automatically!

    Messing up! I made a few really obvious mistakes. And then I was conscious of how irritated it made me feel to mess something up! Then I relaxed and started over again. That’s how we learn.

    Working with a group means that everyone works at a different pace. Some people were faster or slower than me and I fought the urge to get into a competition.

    Wow, this is a big one! Learning something new should be fun. Let’s get in the right mind-set before we start.

    Support and observe
    There was a brilliant feeling of community in the class (just as in the online blogging world). We chatted about our lives and enjoyed meeting new people. Afterwards we admired each others creations and the different variations in style.

    Origami book-making
    Here is my first experiment in book-making – Plenty of room for improvement and hours of pleasure ahead!

    I know that people who are new to blogging are nervous about where to start. It’s a universal feeling when we jump outside our comfort zone. Here are my tips for new bloggers: Think about how great it is to have a new skill! Learn in a way that suits you. Don’t expect to be brilliant straight away – allow yourself the space to experiment. Go at your on pace and have fun. Connect and support other people and they’ll do the same for you. And then repeat!

    I’d be happy to help you get started. I offer a range of training to suit all levels.

    Morocco didn’t steal my heart

    23 September

    I’m just back from a trip to Morocco and I doubt if I’ll be going back. This is not a brag or moan about my holiday – it’s an observation about how I like to be treated as a consumer. If I close my eyes, I can smell the warm sweet air that surrounded me in the courtyard of my riad. I’m hypnotised by the magnetic patterns and the dusty pink colours of the narrow, medieval streets. But my lasting memory is of being hassled to buy stuff. “Eat here”, “Look at my shop”, “What price will you pay?” Being in Morocco made me realise how important it is to be able to browse and choose on my own terms. If I need help, then I’ll ask for it. These ideas are at the core of my blogging training. I believe that business is about understanding and respecting people.

    Visiting Morocco

    That’s not to say that I’m a wuss when it comes to travel. The more far-flung and chaotic, the better, but this culture clashes with my values when it comes to selling. This is why I teach businesses how to build trust with their customers through blogging. Business is not about being shouty any more. I’d have my work cut out for me in Morocco! Some people love this theatre – it all depends on what you’re used to!

    I train people how to be more human with their business on the web. Here are 3 tips to get you thinking differently:

    Get to know your customers. Why should they care about you?
    Share the personality of your business. Start with a really good ‘About’ page like Greenside Up. Or read about Linda’s business journey – she is a Virtual Assistant at Flynn Admin.

    Make it easy for people to connect with you, ask you a question or find out what to do next.

    Encourage people to chat with you on your social platforms. Make your social icons visible and the process easy to follow. This hilarious short film shows us how frustrating and idiotic our online experiences can be.

    Show that you ‘get’ your customers.

    Show me that you understand what I need help with. Irish architect Eva Byrne takes the fear and confusion out of planning a house build. Runnerbean Walking Tours answers your questions before you book a tour.

    Let’s stop yelling about what we do! Do great things rather than talking about them. People will naturally spread the word with others once they get to know and respect you. How about you? Are you tired of people asking you to ‘like’ or ‘share’ things? Or do you let it wash over you? [edited to say that I realise the irony of my sharing buttons below this post – they are there if you feel like sharing the ideas in this article!]

    Photo credit:
    Images from my instagram account – aislingloves

    Why unsubscribe is my favourite new word

    9 September

    Yesterday my email inbox almost pushed me over the edge. Do you ever get that feeling? All the urgent messages had been dealt with, but there was still a huge group of emails that I needed to take action on. I’m reading lots about minimalism lately and it appeals to me on so many levels. The internet is a fantastic resource but it can also make us feel overwhelmed. Well, it’s been having that effect on me lately! I want to tell you why ‘unsubscribe’ is my new favourite word.

    As I sifted through those 400+ emails, I noticed that many were newsletters that I had subscribed to. Obviously, they all interested me at the time I signed up. But when do we get the time to read all of them? I made a brave decision…


    I ruthlessly culled my list! I found that each time I hit the ‘unsubscribe’ button that I felt happier. It was like doing a spring-clean on a room in my house. Having fewer things to think about makes us feel calmer. And if you’re running a business, that’s really important.

    I’m not saying that newsletters are not valuable – I still subscribe to the ones that entertain me and teach me interesting stuff. But I’m exploring the idea of reducing distractions and noise.

    When I train businesses how to write a business blog, one of the major concerns people have is about the time it will take. I totally understand this. But can you honestly account for all of your working day? You’d probably be surprised (or not!) by how much time is lost through checking email or aimlessly chatting on facebook or Twitter. That’s time that could be spent more wisely!

    Here are some articles that have influenced me recently. They’ve made me think about how we need to carefully choose how we spend our time.

    Claire Burge – the productivity coach and life without email champion!
    How I Gave up Email and Reclaimed 3 Hours a Day I’m not brave enough to do this yet but I’m finding ways to reduce the amount of emails that land in my inbox!

    mnmlist: blog advice on living a minimalist life by Leo Babauta
    The art of brief emails and What twitter needs to add next. Nothing. These articles remind me of the power of simplicity.

    Melanie Biehle – an editorial and brand content creator

    You’re My Obsession: “Slow” Blogging + Mindful Social Media Melanie shares an honest post about her struggle with social media. She sums it up perfectly when she says ‘You don’t have to do it all’.

    Do you sometimes feel overwhelmed by social media and the time it takes? Here are some tips that work for me:

    Realise that all of us are juggling our time too! Chat with others and find out what works for them. Get out and have more coffee dates!

  • Look at how you spend your day. Try the Pomodoro method (found in this post) to measure your results!
  • Reduce noise – cull your email subscription list or the people you ‘follow’ online. Only read content that is relevant and excites you. Be aware of how much time you spend/lose on social sites during the day.
  • Make time to for social media in the same way you plan the rest of your business. I recommend putting aside a couple of hours each week to write a blog post. Make it a regular habit.
  • My biggest piece of advice is to slow down and make a conscious decision about what content you consume and share. Two great blog posts a month is better than 10 bland ones. Let’s edit ourselves every day too!

    What do you think?

    Helping instrument makers to tell their story on the web

    3 September

    Yesterday I was invited to train a group of 8 Uilleann pipe makers on how to promote their future businesses on the web. This was an exciting challenge for me and thought provoking for these highly skilled artisans. They are finishing a two year training course and will soon be setting up in business. Many of them had never considered the importance of having a strong online brand. Over the course of the day, we watched, we listened and we got creative and specific with words. Here are some of the insights from the day!

    My favourite quote was so apt for the group;
    “There will always be people with similar skills to you. What makes you different is your story and how you choose to tell it”

    Uilleann pipe makers from Na Píobairí Uilleann
    The 8 students from the PipeCraft Training Centre in Clonshaugh (Ireland’s first ever school of instrument-making) with their training supervisor Ray O’Toole.

    The most important two ideas of the day were that –
    1. Social media is all about building relationships and trust rather than selling
    2. Your business is all about you but only in the context of how you can help your customer

    So how do these two ideas relate to a business owner who is selling an instrument?

    Firstly, customers who are looking to commission a set of Uilleann Pipes will spend considerable time researching a maker. The guys spoke to me about the sense of community in this industry. A maker’s reputation takes time to build so trust is a huge element in the decision making process. The purpose of social media is to build this trust with potential customers. The best way to understand how to do this is to imagine yourself as your ideal customer.

    John demonstrates how to make and test a reed for an Uilleann pipe!

    Who are you and why should I care?

    This is the first question someone will ask themselves when they visit your site. It’s essential that you have a clear and welcoming message. Let customers know why you do what you do and exactly how you can help them.

    Helping your customer:

    We discussed the questions or concerns that a buyer might have and the best ways to share this information.

    Emotional connection:

    We talked about the the way we’d like customers to feel about each business. Some emotions that came up were reassured, inspired, encouraged and understood.

    Community and support:

    Another key idea was developing the sense of community – the value in building relationships with other businesses as well as  inviting customers to feel part of this network.


    People use the internet to find out information, be inspired or entertained. We explored how we could use audio, visual and video to tell stories.

    Behind the scenes:

    People love to see how things are made. I discovered that there are up to 300 individual parts in an uilleann pipe! Many of the tools are also painstakingly made by hand. Musicians are not just buying the finished instrument – they have an appreciation for the intricate individual elements and the engineering skill required to make them.

    Call to action:

    What would you like the customer to do next? Make it easy for your customer to do business with you!

    Can you see how most of these ideas relate to all businesses? I give workshops and one to one training on how to tell your business story in a way that customers will relate to. Let me know if you’d like some help with that!

    Thanks to The Design And Crafts Council of Ireland for inviting me to train this talented group of makers. And thanks to all at the PipeCraft Training Centre for your friendly and enthusiastic welcome. I wish you all the best with your future businesses!

    For more information on The PipeCraft Training Centre visit the the Society of Uilleann Pipers website.

    Hire Aisling to be your blogging buddy

    12 August

    How would you like to learn how to blog in your place of business? Find out about my new training option.

    Why have a blogging buddy?

    I’m a blogging trainer and mentor. I’ve discovered that some of you would love an accountability coach while learning to blog. I totally understand this! Being a business owner is hectic at times – it can be hard to find the time, motivation and most importantly, confidence to publish your blog. I can help you master this skill!

    If you read this blog, you’ll know that my skill is for helping businesses to be human on the web. Why is that important? Because consumers want to get a sense of the people behind a business before they decide to buy from us. We have to build relationships and trust with customers. A blog is the perfect place to do this.

    This is what I’ve discovered through training other business owners:

    Many of you are overwhelmed by the idea of social media and you have concerns about the time and skills required. One of my students, Steph Grey from Live & Breathe Pilates summed up the top five fears perfectly:

    • I’m not sure where to start
    • I don’t have a background in writing
    • I might be boring
    • What I find interesting might not interest my clients
    • I lack confidence

    I helped Steph and others to realise that a clear strategy, new skills and persistence is all you need to write a successful blog. Now Steph regularly blogs, sharing her knowledge, while getting to know and help her clients online. Read Steph’s interview about learning to blog.

    What qualifies me to help you?

    Before I set up Three Thought Bubbles, I owned a business called Rangoli, from 1998 to 2013. I designed bridal headpieces and jewellery to order.


    Back in 2008, I was looking for a way to share this personal experience on the web. My website was fine as a catalogue but it didn’t show any of my personality. I was also spending a fortune on print advertising. Blogging helped me to connect in a natural and open way online. My customers got a sense of who I was and what it would be like to do business with me.

    The most important thing for me was that blogging felt like an authentic way to market what I did. I told real stories about my business and shared content that was useful to my clients. The blog had a big impact on my business. My Rangoli blog was also twice a finalist in the Blog Awards Ireland for the ‘Best Blog of a SME’. I now share this skill with other business owners through Three Thought Bubbles.

    Invest in you and your business

    I want show you that you can feel good about marketing what you do! An authentic and well written blog will build your brand and lead to sales. But the biggest benefit is that it will create trust between you and your customers. Without that, your business will struggle.

    My weekly in-house learning is priced at €180 per half-day session. (We’ll set a time frame in advance). I will spend regular time in your work place, training you how to write your blog. I’ll get to know you and your business and can offer an outsider’s perspective on what you do. You get to ask me questions as they naturally come up. I’ll be an accountability coach, setting you tasks and making sure you can achieve them!

    Let’s get started! Give me a call – I’d love to hear about your business. And please share this video. Thanks!

    Rangoli image credits from left to right:
    We are the Mastersons
    Bernard Carolan at Mark Griffin Photo
    Peter Gordan of ExploreLight