Join me for wine, snacks, gifts, Big Magic, and love.
See? You can have it all! :) You just need the right tools and mindset to make it happen. So, let's get together and we will craft your Best Day and then learn a few feel-good prompts that you will actually want to incorporate into your day to make *it* all happen.
Whether you own a thriving business, work on someone else’s business, or are starting a business from scratch, life is too short not to know, own, and speak your truth.
About the Practice:
It's Satya. The Sanskrit word for truth. But as in all things Sanskrit, the real definition is rich with subtext, meaning, and touches on virtue. As in being truthful in one’s thought, speech and action. When put into practice, Satya is at the heart of working your best life. Doing good with good people.
Erin's career as an entrepreneur begin in 2005, when she co-founded Red Stamp, a correspondence platform on a mission to make relationships stronger, one tweet/test/post/card at a time. With over 2 million users and 10 million cards sent, Red Stamp was best known for its award-winning app and was acquired
in 2013 by Taylor Corporation
, one of the largest privately held companies in the United States. She served as CEO until 2016.
Erin's next big entrepreneurial adventure was to help launch the award-winning Bright Health, where as Chief Marketing Officer she collaborated with health insurance veterans to craft a people-first mission, vision and values within the health insurance landscape to drive top recruitment of any new health plan in the marketplace.
Currently, you’ll find Erin crafting culinary-first experiences that effortlessly connect Locals to the best of what is available in their growing region as Chief Marketing Officer for Local Crate.
Full consumer work includes award-winning brand management at General Mills and Kaplan. Erin received her MBA in Marketing + Operations from Indiana University Kelley School of Business, a BA in Journalism from Drake University, and earned a Certificate of French Studies from the Université Paris at Sorbonne.