For some reason, we sometimes feel that changes can mess things up even more. While changes can be quite disrupting, purposeful changes can be a good thing. Deciding to make or not make a change can mean the difference between continued success, and failure.
Have you thought about possible changes this year for your ventures? I made the decision to update my logo for my eCrater store. The new logo coordinates better with my backgrounds and headers around the Net.
|My old logo.|
|My new logo.|
I've decided to move my Exquisite Little Tags Shop to my eCrater stores, where it will have its own category.
What change can you make to lighten your load? That change could result in more visibility, more opportunities, more sales. It would be worth it, wouldn't it? A rhetorical question.
I updated my profile image for my creative sites, and plan to produce new profile and album photos for social site use. We like to see current pics of others, don't we? But don't we sometimes like to keep our own old photos on our sites and profiles, reasoning that they're not that old, and I do still look like that, a little... We have pet photos, don't we?
Do you need a new profile photo? A different style? A new design? Isn't it time for your followers and readers to see you, instead of that cat or those wildflowers? Some prefer not to use a real photo, and that is okay. I felt that way once, long ago.
|Handmade Watercolor Card|
|Handmade Card: Friends Are Like Leaves|
|Blue Roses Handmade Card|
|Peace Watercolor Card|
|Handmade Collage Greeting Card|
I closed my Storenvy store, and will be integrating those products into my eCrater shops. I've decided to change the name , because the shop became to be more than just about romance.
The essence of the new shop will still be the same, all about love in various forms, and it will get a new logo. I really liked Storenvy, and will miss them and the site, but it had to be done. Storenvy and eCrater are different, but eCrater better serves my needs.
So I say goodbye to some things, because it's out with the old. I've cut off my arms in order to grow stronger, new limbs. I say hello to new things. New year. New ventures. New changes.