Mentoring + Coaching Sessions with SSE


Mentoring and coaching others in the creative industry is seriously one of my favorite parts of my job. I’ve been priviledged to mentor and coach many really fabulous brands, business owners, big dreamers, and creative indsutry friends over the last couple years, and it it so life-giving to me (and to them, I hope)! Friendships have formed, businesses have flourished, I have the perfect vendors to send my clients to for their weddings, and I feel like I’m also able to do what I do best: love on, encourage, listen, and mentor others to live out their passions and take their businesses to the next level. If you’re interested in learning more, I have plenty more details on my website!

Do you have questions or need personalized coaching about your small business, your dream of wedding planning, how to take your business full-time, social media and branding advice, honing in on your ideal client, or want practical, experienced direction and input about wedding planning and/or styling? I would love to talk with you more and share my knowledge with you about what worked for me! As a small business owner, an encourager of others, a passionate creative, an experienced wedding planner & stylist, and having a heart for genuine community, I offer one-on-one coaching and mentoring sessions for creatives, and I’d love to talk with you more.

And you can read some really, really kind and wonderful reviews from some of my past clients!

Business Books

businessbookOne of my goals for 2015 is to read more business books & to integrate them more into my reading routine. I set a specific goal for the month of February to read two business books, and I know I’ll be able to check this goal off the list for the month! I reserved several business books at the library, and, of course, many of them happened to become available at the exact same time! So I’m busy furiously reading through these books here so that I’ll better be able to run, grow, strategize, operate, and streamline my own little wedding design & planning business, Stephanie Scholl Events.

Some of my book recommendations came from family and friends, and some of them came from this incredibly inspiring list from other women creatives and small business owners that I look up to so much. I’ve finished $100 Startup by Chris Guillebeau and Make it Happen by Lara Casey – and I loved both! I started reading Margin by Richard Swenson and simply could not get into it. And next up are #Girl Boss and The 4 Hour Work Week. I’m excited to delve into these, too!

I’m also always open to more favorite, inspiring business-related books, especially for small business owners, creative businesses, wedding-related, or for women. I would definitely love to know – which books impacted you the most? What should I add to my reading list?