When was the last time you made a BIG move?
Life is all about passion, change, and growth, and business should be the same! So, I am thrilled to have another passionate woman entrepreneur for you this week! My guest today has a story to share. Her story is about some big changes she had to make, and what those changes meant for her professional journey, her entrepreneurial venture, and the overall growth of her business.
Priscilla McKinney is the CEO and “Resident Mama Bird” leading her team of creative “Peeps” at Little Bird Marketing. Little Bird is a boutique marketing agency specialized in branding, design, campaign, and content strategies. She is also the host of “Ponderings from the Perch,” a podcast about entrepreneurship, marketing best practices, managing creatives, company culture, and much more!
Stay tuned with the fabulously cool Priscilla McKinney and learn more about her journey, her process, and how her passion and humility made all the difference in the world!
In This Episode
- Priscilla’s Story
- Dreaming a Different Dream
- Overcoming Disaster and “Stunning Discomfort”
- Tough Love and Tough Decisions
- People, Process, and Ponderings from the Perch
Quotes in This Episode
“Some people stumble, some people are forced. Rare are those birds who go, ‘I know what I was made for.’” —Priscilla McKinney
“I think it’s about staring down this difficult situations and seeing them as opportunities.” —Priscilla McKinney
“It takes a long time to become the business owner and the entrepreneur and the leader that you want to be. It’s a long time. But, once you get that voice, you are not going to walk away from it, you’re not going to stop talking. ” —Priscilla McKinney
“I believe in process. I believe in creating a system that teaches your clients how to work with you, really develops a relationship model with your clients, and that is really geared towards partnership. How are we going to do this together?” —Priscilla McKinney
“Who are you sharing that bold idea with? Are they really the right person? By that, I mean sometimes we share this bold, crazy idea with someone who is not qualified to give us sound advice. I’d say, slow it down, think it through for a minute, because I do believe in process.” —Priscilla McKinney