I'm trying out an experiment, and have added a couple digital ads to the sidebar of Have Fun Do Good for creative women entrepreneurs whose work I believe in: Jennifer Lee's Right Brain Business Plan, and Kimberly Wilson's eco-fashion company, TranquiliT. Both women, along with Lisa Sonora Beam and myself, are planning a 2010 creative women entrepreneur retreat together.
Basically, if you click on the ads and make a purchase, I get a portion of the sale, which will help support my writing Have Fun Do Good, and my producing the Big Vision Podcast.
I took Jennifer Lee's Right Brain Business Plan in-person, one-day workshop in November last year, and found it totally inspiring. I created a collaged accordion book for my vision of my business that has brought me a tremendous amount of clarity and inspiration.
This month I am taking her Right Brain Business Plan e-course so I can spend more time on the nitty gritty of expanding Big Vision Consulting. Although the Right Brain Business Plan e-course officially started February 1st, you can still register until February 8th (unless it sells out before then).
You can also purchase a copy of her Right Brain Business Plan e-book, that comes with a guided meditation, and work on your plan on your own. You can learn more about Jennifer's work by reading my January 2009 interview with her on Have Fun Do Good, or listening to it on the Big Vision Podcast.
TranquiliT is an eco-fashion line created by entrepreneur, yogini, blogger, podcaster, author, and do-gooder Kimberly Wilson. I am a big fan of Kimberly's work, and am happy to support any of her many ventures. Kimberly created TranquiliT in 2002 to offer, "chic, versatile togs for the on-the-go yogini."
All of the TranquiliT products are made of bamboo and organic cotton, and are sweatshop free and sewn in the United States. A percentage of TranquiliT's profits are donated to the Tranquil Space Foundation, and a tree is planted for every shipment that is sent out (to help offset carbon emissions).
I often wear my TranquiliT hoodie before and after my weekly ShimmyPop! class at Hipline. You can learn more about Kimberly's work by reading my November 2009 interview with her on Have Fun Do Good, or listening to it on the Big Vision Podcast.
I promise I will only write about my blog sponsors once a month, and I appreciate your support as I explore new ways to make writing Have Fun Do Good, and producing the Big Vision Podcast sustainable.