The Lauren Boyd Show
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I’d like to begin this blog with an inspirational story from Sophia Amoruso, the founder of #Girlboss and Nasty Gal. Her story really resonates with me, and I’ve actually referenced it many times with my clients. It’s about one of her most expensive mistakes.
What are trademarks? And why is it important to have one for your brand or business? Before we discuss a trademark and its four categories, first I want you to understand what it means to own your brand.
Intellectual property is all around us. It’s the output of your creativity in so many forms. These forms can include your Instagram caption, your inspiring online course, your graphic designs, the photos that you take (or someone takes of you), and the incredible work that your team does, whether they’re an employee or independent contractor.
Ever encountered the term “Non-Disclosure Agreements?” Perhaps you’re wondering when you can use them for your business or what are the different types of Non-Disclosure Agreements.
Ever heard of the word “disclaimers?” If you’re frequently watching TV commercials (queue small text) or listening to podcasts, you’ve surely encountered this term. Whether you’re running a podcast, writing blogs, producing video content, or advertising your brand on social media, disclaimers are essential to limit liabilities and set expectations for your business.
When I heard of the concept of both not either, it really resonated with me and I thought that this is a conversation that we don’t have enough of, especially as women.
There is an opportunity cost of your time and that influences not only your payment structure but your cancelations and how you treat your time from the very first moment that you begin to work with somebody. You should never discount your time.
Well, you might have noticed, but we have a new name around here! We have closed the chapter on Legally Aligned and opened a new one. Today I want to tell you a little bit about why we did it.
Well, wouldn't it be nice if we could do it all?...
Whether your business growing so it’s time to expand or you are looking to downsize to really be more efficient with your space, I want you to move forward with full confidence. I want to share with you a few things that you should consider before signing your next lease.
There are two basic principles of advertising law that apply to all types of advertising in any form of media. So, I don’t want you to think that today we are talking about only paid forms of media. In fact, we are talking about any impression that someone can get from claims that you are making across all platforms.
When we started our businesses, we asked ourselves hundreds of questions like, what are we going to sell? How are we going to price it? How are we going to make this business profitable? But, often one of those nagging questions in the back of your mind is probably about an LLC.
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