Sharon Rowe is featured in this article by Sara Weinreb for Forbes on "Why To Become A B Corp, According To Four Certified Companies." Read it here.
When did it become the norm to shove exercise into the wee morning hours or a scramble to get to yoga after work?
When you think of the Tiny House Movement, what comes to mind? It’s about size, of course, but there’s more to it than that. It’s about living with more intentionality, becoming comfortably able to say “no” to stuff, conscious with the choices you make...
A Tiny Business is business on your terms… that fits your life. Like Tiny House living, it’s as much about saying “no” as it is about saying “yes.” It’s making your work life work for you.
I woke up this morning and the last thing I wanted to do was do the things I needed to do. Does that sound familiar?
One thing is sure - this is a community of people who get things done. When you decide to “show up” you will find yourself being woven into communities. With a “tiny” business you get to choose the ones you want to be part of.
If you own a brand, work with a brand or align with a brand, consistency is key in social interactions as well as business.