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Knowing Your Numbers Moves Your Business

Knowing Your Numbers Imagine your day is going off without a hitch, just booked another client, had a great morning work out, and  just found out you’re being published in a major publication. This morning could not be going better. Then your spouse calls and you hear the words you thought you would never here:…

Two Bright Lights and Moving a Business

Moving a Business I would be lying if I said moving a business is easy.  It takes a lot of work and research but is possible to do well with the right planning and tools in place.  When I first started relocating my baby business back in 2009, the reality was that I had no…

How Inward Mindset Kills Community

Inward Mindset Kills The number one thing that kills community is your mindset.  Now before we begin, I would ask that you keep an open mind and try to look at old concepts with a new perspective. The major buzz phrase around the creative community for the last three years or so is “community over…

My Secret Weapon

A Secret We Have Kept Yes, you read this right I am going to share with you my most guarded secret today. This one secret has completely changed my outlook on workflow, efficiency, financial planning, investments, and technology development.  I am so excited about this that I just going to say it… My husband Jason….

Creating a Workflow » The Restart SpecialistJanuary 30, 2018 - 7:30 pm

[…] Workflow specialist and guest blogger, Jason Ryncarz is sharing the second part in a series on creating a workflow that saves you time today and for the rest of 2018.  I introduced Jason as my secret weapon here. […]

Leaving Your Mark When You Move

A Preschool Pick-up Line and Leaving Your Mark Last week I was headed into pick -up my daughter from preschool and saw what would normally have been an unremarkable and boring white line in the concrete.  However, it was broken up and marred by the most perfect imprint of a leaf.  That little crunchy fragile…

Why Venue Tours are Important to Moves

Importance of Venue Tours Whether you are a wedding, senior, or portrait photographer going on venue tours is incredibly important not only to your business but for others as well.  We have talked in the past about the importance of community and networking and when it comes to venue tours, thats exactly what they are about….

Dealing with Moving Blues

The Moving Blues If you have ever moved your family and your business half way across the country, then you probably have experienced the moving blues or even stronger depression.  There can often be a sense of loss over routine, familiarity, and a sense of impending failure as a business owner.  I was recently talking…

Game Planning Your Move

Making a Game Plan The idea of making a business game plan amidst an ever growing mountain of moving boxes and a baby crying left me wanting to bury my head in a pile of cake.  That was several years ago and it wasn’t a pretty sight.  I had spent countless hours researching where to…

The Need for Community

The Need for Community Being the “new girl” in town every three to four years can certainly shine a light on your need for community quicker than anything else.  Our first and second move as a newly married couple was eye opening to this.  Our first home was in a historic neighborhood with other families who…

Moving without Fear

Fear and Business Fear can be either a powerful motivator or a giant cement weight around our necks, dragging us down and drowning our true potential.  As business owners we have big dreams of providing for our families and having the financial freedom to be our own boss.  For some of us that dream has become…

Hello & Welcome

Exhausted from trying to break into a new market and have no idea what needs to be done to keep your creative business growing?  You are in the right place, friend!

The Restart Specialist was born out of our constant nomadic life and the search for answers on relocating a business without fear. I am so excited your here. Pull up a chair, settle in with a good cup of coffee and lets get started.



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