PTC Blog

  • Transitioning Your Business

    Are there areas of your business that you don't love? Are there things that you want to change or improve? I have certainly been faced with these predicaments many times over the course of running Pass the Cookies. Just remember, YOU'RE THE BOSS and it's important to run your business how you see is best, even if that means making dramatic changes! 

  • Caught In A Pandemic [Part 2]: Planning for the Future

    Has this pandemic had you feeling overwhelmed by the constant changes and uncertainty? What can we do to pull ourselves out of this? The way I look at it, if you can't plan for the immediate future, plan for your future down the you have a 5 year plan? 10 year plan? Are you happy with the direction life is currently taking you? Utilize this time to plan ahead and create the life you want for yourself. And yes, you really can manifest it!
  • Caught In A Pandemic [Part 1]: Push Your Creativity

    You never know how far you can push yourself until you try, or until you're faced with a once-in-a-century pandemic. When times get tough, will you sink or swim? Small businesses have undoubtedly been hard-hit due to the quarantine, but it has forced many entrepreneurs to be creative and think of new ways to offer their services - myself included!
  • To Be Or Not To Be Self-employed?

    Are you an entrepreneur? If so, you've likely asked yourself (and definitely heard the question from others) – "what is your long-term plan?". Truth be told, I've had no idea for most of this time, in fact, it took me six years to arrive at an answer to this question. There are so many pros and cons to owning a business that one really must weigh their options and reality. It takes a huge toll on your life in all aspects, but when you have a win to celebrate, that success is ALL YOU!
  • It All Starts Somewhere - Finding Entrepreneurship

    Have you ever felt at a stand-still in your life and suddenly realized that you don't want to continue in the direction that you're going? A situation like this can have you feeling lost, upset, and like you don't know what to do with yourself, but it most often actually turns out to be a blessing in disguise. It surprisingly is a similar path that many entrepreneurs encounter, which kick starts them into choosing their own way of life and following their dreams. Here's the road I took to finding entrepreneurialism...