Episode #300: 20 Business Lessons I’ve Learned in 300 Episodes
TAYLOR BRADFORD: You are listening to episode number 300 of the Boss Girl Creative podcast. Today I’m talking about the 20 business lessons that I’ve learned in 300 episodes. All right, on to the episode.
Hello, and welcome to my 300th episode of the Boss Girl Creative Podcast. I am your host, Taylor Bradford. I am so incredibly excited that this is the day. This is Episode 300. Holy moly. Wow. 300. You guys, this is amazing and exciting and wow-worthy. What an accomplishment. 300 episodes. I am forever grateful for you, the listener, for this journey. For every client that I have worked with. For my Inner Circle members, you guys, I am just so incredibly grateful. And I’m grateful for everything that this podcast has taught me. I am grateful for just having the opportunity to meet some of you guys and to interact with some of you guys, whether that’s through Instagram, or one-on-one, or in real life at a conference or a random elevator ride. Like, I am grateful for this entire thing, and I wouldn’t be here without you. So thank you from the bottom of my heart. I’m going to be talking about the 20 business lessons that I’ve learned over the last 300 episodes.
Before I dive into that, though, I want to make sure that you know that the Inner Circle membership will be opening up April 1. So if you want to get a reminder, if you want to be on the waitlist, you need to go to bossgirlcreative.com/InnerCircle and fill out the information to get on the waitlist so that you know when the doors open. It’s going to open April 1. It will be open – I don’t think it’ll be open for the full month. I think it will be closing on April 15, which is tax day in the US. So if you want to get in, you have 15 days—the first 15 days of April. And things are changing for the Inner Circle, not for the current members. The current members will be grandfathered, but things will be changing a little bit—for the good. And yeah, so make sure you get on the waitlist for the Inner Circle because the doors will be reopening April 1.
And I put a call out for you guys to send me some feedback as to how Boss Girl Creative has impacted you and your business, and I want to share a couple of stories – a couple of submissions with you. The first one is from Suzy. You can find her over at suzyoakley.com. This is what she wrote. “I knew Taylor before Boss Girl Creative, and I’ve been a member of her community, including her podcast audience, since day one. When Taylor says she’s a no-fluff teacher, that’s true, but it’s not the whole picture. No fluff doesn’t mean no heart. When it comes to heart, she has it in spades. As I’ve sat under her teaching for the past several years, I’ve learned or improved upon things that can’t be put into words, but I’ll try a few. Grit, determination, biz savvy, getting clear on my messaging and my target audience, making my business be about more than just me. Serving first. Serving is one of Taylor’s core values, and it shines through.” Suzy, thank you so much for taking the time to send that my way. I so appreciate you. You guys, go give Suzy some love. Visit her website, suzyoakley.com – O-A-K-L-E-Y.com suzyoakley.com. Suzy is a virtual assistant. She helps writers, and you definitely need her in your circle. She also helps you with productivity hacks and getting you organized digitally, and it’s amazing, so go check her out.
And then I have one from Roseanne McBrayer. You can find Roseanne at pensandpaint.com – P-E-N-S andpaint.com. Roseanne has also created some amazing journals that you can purchase through Amazon. Just go Google for her name, and her Amazon listings will pop up. This is what Roseanne has to say, “I got to know Taylor through her podcast and then started following her online. What drew me in was that she was not just a coach but a business owner, and I love that she keeps expanding. When she opened the Inner Circle, I couldn’t wait to be a part of it. My entrepreneur dream was a spark of inspiration living in my head, and I needed help to implement and make it real. In Taylor, I can ask my vulnerable questions and get the accountability and next steps that I need. I am so grateful for her insight and leadership. She makes me feel like anything is possible and then proves that it’s true. Happy 300th episode. You deserve all the success that comes your way.” Roseanne, thank you so much. You are such a talented artist. I – if you guys don’t go – take a peek at pensandpaint.com. You need to because she is a talented artist. I purchased some art from her when she created a collection during quarantine, and I see it every day that I walk into – I call it my water closet. It’s not a water closet. It’s where – it’s kind of like my kitchen in my warehouse and I have her displayed on the fridge, and it’s beautiful. I get to see it every single day. And I’m so grateful for you, Roseanne, and the journey that you’ve walked – and for every Inner Circle member and the journeys that they’ve walked. I’ve – I’m so grateful to be a part of that, and I’m so grateful to be a part of helping you implement and helping you get past your own way because that’s our biggest hang-up; implementation and getting out of our own way. So thank you so much for those kind words, Roseanne. It means so much to me.
Okay, so let’s talk about these 20 business lessons that I’ve learned in 300 episodes. Number one: education is the best investment you can make. Hands down. Like, hands down. If you’ve been a longtime listener of the show, you remember how often that I invest in myself with learning. If you’re a brand-new listener to the show, welcome. I so appreciate that you’re here and that you chose to press play on this episode. Investing in education is so incredibly important because we don’t know it all. I don’t know it all, and I’m here as your teacher, your coach, your mentor. And there are things that I haven’t had the opportunity to learn because maybe they haven’t popped up in my business journey yet. But as they pop up, if I don’t know them or don’t know about them, I go out and find somebody who is a pro at it, and I learn from that person. Investing in your education and ongoing learning is key. And I don’t understand when I hear somebody in whatever field they’re in when I hear them say that they don’t invest in education. Like, trends happen, things change, you can get more efficient, you can learn a new whatever. If you don’t invest in your education, you’re going to be left at the starting line. Education is the best investment you can make. Way back when, when I was just a blogger, and I stumbled into Marie Forleo’s B-School, that was the biggest investment I made back in 2015. It was expensive, but I knew that she knew more than I did. And after hiring some business coaches that were kind of just not right fits for me, I knew that that would be a really good investment for me. So I chose to make it because I was at a point where I needed to learn more, and I needed to learn from somebody that knew more than me. So I made that investment back in 2015, and then I promptly learned about Fearless Launching from Anne Samoilov and jumped into her program right outside of the School to learn how to launch a business. And yeah. So yes, education is the best investment you can make.
Also coaching. I’m going to throw that in as a bonus. Coaching is also a really good investment, especially with somebody that’s already walked your walk. It’s important to hire somebody that’s already walked your walk and can prove if they’ve already walked your walk. That is so incredibly important. So, education and hiring business coaches. I still have business coaches. I still actively work with business coaches because they are ten steps further in their journey than I am, and I still have things I can learn. And now, while my business coaches are more niched into what I do – so specialty event rentals – it’s important to find a coach that’s in the niche that you’re in. You can start generally with a business coach, but you need somebody that’s walked your walk. So if you’re a blogger, you need somebody that has a successful blog. If you are an influencer, you need somebody that’s made themselves a successful influencer. So whatever your niche, you need to find somebody in your niche that has already been there that’s walked the walk and can talk the talk and can prove they can talk the talk, and that’s who you need to work with. Now, also, there are accountability groups. That’s what the Inner Circle is all about. Having accountability. Get yourself involved with people, other business owners that are outside of your niche that can see a bigger picture for you. That’s what the Inner Circle does, and that’s why it’s important that you get yourself on the waitlist if you want to be a part of the next round of the doors opening for the Inner Circle. If you need accountability, and you need help implementing, that’s what the Inner Circle is here for. I may not be the best fit for you as a business coach, but I am a rockstar at helping you implement, and if that’s where you lack action, then get yourself in the Inner Circle, and I will do my best to help you implement whatever it is that you need help implementing. So bossgirlcreative.com/InnerCircle to get yourself on the waitlist.
Alright, number two: never make a decision based only on financial gain. If business was solely about money, we would be robots. Business is so much more than money. Business is so much more than financial gain. Yes, we have to have financial gain. We have to have money. We need to make money. At the end of the day, it’s important because this is how we put food on the table and pay our bills, but it’s not the entire thing, and it shouldn’t be just about money. You should be fueled by so much more than just money.
Number three: a purpose-driven business is so much more rewarding and long-lasting than one just fueled by financial gain. This goes hand in hand with number two. If you do not have a purpose for why you’re running your business, if you are not serving a purpose for why you’re running your business, you will be a hot minute. You will be someone that does not last very long in business. Customers are attracted to purpose-driven businesses, and they become lifelong customers because of it. So make sure that your business is purpose-driven. If you haven’t read the book Oversubscribed by Daniel Priestley, you need to add that to your list ASAP. I recently did a podcast episode two episodes ago about being oversubscribed and why that makes sense. Go grab that book.
Alright, number four: nothing is more important than self-care for yourself. It’s why it’s the bonus pillar to my 8 Pillar series, which is becoming an ebook, by the way, and should be launching, hopefully, by the summer. I need to get my rear-end in gear and actually implement on that. Nothing is more important than self-care for yourself. If you don’t take care of yourself, you can’t run a business. If you don’t get sleep, you can’t take care of your business. You can’t take care of yourself if you aren’t functioning. Self-care is so important, and you have to make time for it. If you don’t, you will burn out. Trust me.
Number five: starting small is not bad. Let me tell you when you start a business, the very first thing you’re going to learn as you move forward is what you’re made of. And by learning all the steps yourself only is going to make you a stronger business person. If a business were just handed to you, and you don’t build it from the ground up, you’re going to squalor it away. You’re going to see it disappear in thin air because you didn’t build it. You don’t know how much work is involved or was involved in building it. Starting small is not bad. We all have to start somewhere, and we all start with zero. It’s okay. It’s part of the process.
Number six: set boundaries for yourself and for your clients. I cannot stress this enough. If you don’t set boundaries, people will walk all over you and take advantage of you. And that’s not cool. But if you don’t set boundaries for yourself and for your clients, that’s going to happen, I promise. And it’s not situations that you’re going to be fond of. So make sure that you set boundaries. You set clear rules for yourself and for your clients. One of the very first things that you’ve got to do, and you’ll learn in my 8+1 Pillar Series, is finding your why—figuring that out. And finding your what and figuring that out. And then figuring out what your core values are because those are your driving factors behind your business. They are so incredibly important. It helps you say yes, and it helps you say no. When you live and breathe your what, your why, and your core values, you will be unstoppable. You will know what is a yes, and you will know what is a no. And knowing those things will help you set those boundaries.
Number seven: celebrate your wins and successes. I think we do a really poor job at this—just overall. We get a win, we get a success, and we’re bam, right – moving on to the next thing. We don’t actually take a moment to enjoy that win or that success – and this was actually brought up recently. So I launched my YouTube channel. The House of Sugar Creek is official. By the time you listen to this, I have Episode One is out – or the first episode is out. I’m working on editing Episode Two. Every Friday by noon, there is a new episode of The House of Sugar Creek. You can go find it on YouTube. And I received a message actually from Roseanne. Roseanne, you are one of my best cheerleaders, and I’m so grateful for you. And she said, “I hope that you’re celebrating your launch of your YouTube channel.” And it made me literally sit back and say, “I didn’t. And I haven’t. Oh my gosh, why am I not actually celebrating the fact that I launched a YouTube channel?” And I legit sat there and thought, “Oh my gosh, I need to, like, open a bottle of champagne because I didn’t really celebrate it.” I have been talking about this YouTube channel, The House of Sugar Creek, which is a peek behind the curtain at my life as an event designer, as an event stylist, as the host of this podcast – Boss Girl Creative – as all the things that I do on the daily, it’s a peek at all of that. And I’ve been wanting to launch this show. I’ve been talking about it since last fall. I thought I was gonna launch it last fall, but I was terrified to launch it. There’s a whole lot of mind games that I play with myself when I’m stepping into new areas of focus, and it’s scary. YouTube is scary. There’s a lot to it. And I finally said, you know what? So many people keep asking, when is your channel launching, and my husband is like pushing my buttons almost weekly, saying, “When are you launching? When are you launching?” And I finally said, “You know what? March the 5th. Friday, March the 5th, my show is launching.” I will have an episode every Friday at noon for The House of Sugar Creek. I ripped the band-aid off. I made it happen, and I didn’t celebrate it. And shame on me because I’m here to say we’ve got to be celebrating our wins and our successes. We have to take that time to actually sit back and say, “Job well done. You did it.” Open a bottle of champagne, enjoy it with your close people, and celebrate the fact that you did something, even if it’s small. Even if you got out of bed today, and that was a feat. Celebrate the fact that you got out of bed. We don’t do a good enough job at celebrating the things that are milestone moments for ourselves, and we’ve got to do a better job at doing that. Because it’s so important to be able to sit back and be like, “You know what? I did it. I did that thing I said I was going to do.” And we just need to work harder at celebrating those wins and successes. So cheers to my launch of The House of Sugar Creek. I hope you will pop over there to YouTube search for it. I am trying to get to 100 subscribers so I can actually capture the name The House of Sugar Creek and use it so I can easily direct people to my channel, so I’d appreciate a subscription. Go watch the very first episode. You’re going to find some humor in it. Get past like – just watch the whole thing. I would so appreciate that. But you’re gonna see a glimpse at what is to come in the future and what my channel is all about. So listen to me talk about how excited I am – because I say it over and over and over, and as I was editing the episode, I was like, “Wow, I say I said that a lot.” But anyways, watch it and then get to the lobster and then message me your thoughts on the lobster. And onwards we go.
Okay, number eight: solo business can get really lonely. And this is so true. And this is something that I’ve actually been experiencing for the last month – how lonely I’ve been in business. I do everything myself and – for the most part. I do have some help with some things, but for the most part, in my day-to-day, I am by myself. And it can get really lonely, which is why it’s really important to have accountability groups. It’s really important to have a tight circle of friends that get what you do, and that understand what you do, that you can reach out to when you’re feeling these feelings. In the last month, maybe even the last six weeks, maybe even through the beginning of January, I have felt this so hard to my core – or so, like, to my core, that it’s almost brought on some depression for me. And part of it is because I live in the town that I live in, and I don’t have a lot of friends in the town that I live in. A lot of my people are – my people -all of my friends are up in the Fort Worth area. And while that’s not that far of a drive, it feels really lonely being in my town and not having somebody just pop in and hang out with me often. And yeah, so I have been feeling this really, really hardcore. It can get really lonely as a solo business person – a solopreneur – so we do have to make efforts to surround ourselves with people that we can interact with frequently. So that’s number eight.
Number nine: investing in your biz is the second-best investment you can make. So when you do make some money, and you’ve paid yourself, because that should be important, you’ve got to reinvest in yourself. You’ve got to reinvest in your business because you cannot grow without it. So whether that’s investing in a new business tool, whether that’s investing in headshots, a branding photoshoot, whether that’s investing in, you know, a new product, or a new service offering. Like, whatever it might be, you’ve got to invest back in your business in order for it to grow.
Number 10: run your business with your core values and your what and why in place. Now, I’ve already mentioned this when I talked about setting your boundaries in number six because you can’t run your business without knowing what your what, what your why, and what your core values are because these are your guideposts. These are what help you say yes, and what you say no to opportunities coming down the pipeline or to how customers respond to you. You’ve got to have these in place. They are so incredibly important. They are your guideposts for running your business. If you haven’t figured those out, go back to my Pillar Series and get your listen on. And soon, get your read on because it will all be in ebook format for an easier consumption.
Number 11: niche down. Like seriously, it’s time to niche down. And if you have been a longtime listener, you’ve heard through 300 episodes where initially I was like, “No girl, don’t niche down. You can totally do it all.” That is so false and a business lesson that I’ve learned. You cannot be for everybody. You cannot speak to everybody. You can only be for one person – your ideal person. You cannot be for everyone, and you shouldn’t be for everyone because that would be so much chaos in your world trying to market to everyone. So if you haven’t niched down yet, I’m giving you the permission right now to start doing that. I have learned this the hard way, and you’re just gonna have to trust me when I say you’re not going to be successful until you niche down. I promise. You might be feeling some success right now. Celebrate that—it will be short-lived, though, because ultimately, you can’t grow by talking to everybody. So it’s time to niche down.
Number 12: find your true 1000 fans and focus on them. Give your attention to them. The people that are already giving you money. The people that have already given you money. You need to focus on them because they will be your loudest megaphones. You’ve got to focus on those humans. This is what that Oversubscribed book taught me, and it’s why I launched a couple of referral reward programs and a couple of my businesses. This is so incredibly important. Actually, all of these 20 tips are so incredibly important, but find your true 1000 fans and then focus your marketing dollars on them. Focus your time and effort on them because they are already a warm lead. They are already a hot lead. They gave you money already. You need to go and support them so that they either give you more money or send you a referral because now their megaphone is super loud about your services and products. They are your true 1000 fans.
Number 13: it is okay to be different. And I think this is the square peg round hole that I’ve talked about probably over the last year. I am one of the most unconventional businesspeople you will ever meet. I do not follow trends. I do not jump on bandwagons. I don’t do it like all the bigs say you have to do it because I don’t think business is one-size-fits-all, and it is okay to be different. It’s okay to be like, “You know what? I’m not going to play the webinar game, or I’m not going to work on blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, because so and so and so and so said so.” It’s okay to be different. That’s how you attract your people. That’s how you attract your true 1000 fans. I am one of the most, again, unconventional business people. That’s why I call myself an unconventional business unicorn. Because I don’t like doing it the way everyone else is doing it, I like to march to the beat of my own drum, and you should like to march the beat of your own drum. You have the power and the freedom to write your own rules in business. Yes, there are some guidelines: know what your what is, know what your why is, know what your core values are. Those are all important, but that’s speaking to you and who you are as a person and as a business. And that’s what sets you apart. It’s okay to be different. It is okay to be a procrastinator. It is okay to be unconventional. Welcome to my club.
Number 14, get your systems in place. I cannot stress this more and more and more. If you work with clients, and you don’t have a client relationship management system in place, you will get to a point where you’re going to get so overwhelmed that you’re going to drop the ball somewhere, and it’s going to affect your bottom line. CRM. That is what client relationship management is. You’ve got to get one in place, you’ve got to get your SOPs, your standard operating procedures, in place. Because once it’s time to add a team member on, you want them to be able to pick up where you left off because now you just gave them the reins for that thing, and they need to know without a shadow of a doubt what the process is. That’s an SOP. Something that you bullet point out, here’s step one, here’s step two, here’s step three, here’s step four. If this happens, then do this. If this happens, then do this. It needs to be laid out. Get your systems in place, and it will help you run a more successful business. It will help you run a more profitable business because your systems are in place. It becomes an automated thing for you. It is so incredibly important.
I use Dubsado for my CRM for Sugar Creek, and it has been a game-changer for me. If you are in the creative world, Dubsado is a really great CRM. You can get a discount by using my code ‘bossgirl’ when you sign up for service through Dubsado. I am actually looking for a CRM for my husband for his roofing business because he is at a level of overwhelm where he’s starting to forget things. And so we’re going to test drive a couple of CRMs for him because he’s got so much going on, and it’s literally overwhelming him, and a notebook is no longer doing it. So we’re going to get him set up with a CRM ASAP so that it calms down his overwhelm.
Number 15: people won’t just show up if you build it. They won’t. I see this happen more and more in the podcasting world versus just other businesses. But if you build it, people aren’t just going to show up. You actually have to do the work. I know that there is a Field of Dreams movie out there, and the baseball players showed up and started playing. That’s like ‘in a perfect world scenario.’ We don’t live in a perfect world scenario. If you build it, doesn’t mean they’re going to show up. And I see it time and time again, like I said, in the podcast world, where somebody will get really excited and say, “Hey, I’m launching a podcast,” and then don’t realize how much work goes into producing a podcast and then getting listeners to find the show. Just because you put it out there doesn’t mean they’re going to listen. I wish it were that easy, but it’s not. And I wish people that knew I was a podcaster – because the ones that are launching podcasts know I’m a podcaster – I wish they would come to me so that I could be real with them. Because that’s one of my core values, is being real without the fluff. Because I would say, just because you put it out there doesn’t mean people are going to find it. You have to market it. You have to consistently market it. And if it’s a priority for you, it’s going to be a lot of work. Now, if you’re just doing this as a hobby, okay, there may not be a whole lot of work outside of sitting down and actually recording an episode, and then editing it, and then publishing it. That’s pretty easy. But actually getting listeners to listen, that’s hard. But any business that you want is going to be hard. It is not easy. There is a lot of work involved. If you build it, doesn’t mean that day will come.
Number 16: business is a marathon; it is not a sprint. If you thought you were going to get rich fast off of something, you might have some overnight success, but you probably won’t. Not many people get rich fast. Sometimes it’s a complete fluke. Sometimes it’s right place, right time. Sometimes it is knowing the right people, but for most of us, it is hard work. It’s a marathon; it is not a sprint, and you’ve got to know that going into it. You’ve got to know that you are about to work really hard to grow something. It will not happen overnight, and if you have a different mindset going into creating something or building something, you will probably fail because it won’t be realistic. Running a business is a marathon, not a sprint.
Number 17: I love this – and this is from my business coach in the rental world, but it makes sense across all businesses – it won’t rent if they can’t see it. This is so true. People won’t buy something they don’t know about. People won’t buy a service they’ve never heard of or didn’t know that you offered. People won’t buy a product unless it’s sitting there in front of them in a shiny package. Not necessarily a shiny package, but they’re not going to buy the thing if they can’t see that it’s available. This is so important. It won’t rent if they can’t see it. It won’t be purchased if they don’t know about it. Make sure they know about it. All right, we’re on the homestretch
Number 18: mindset is everything. I wish I knew about mindset training and affirmations at the very beginning of my business. I think it would have given me a stronger foundation, knowing how important my mindset was. So I’m telling you now if you’ve never heard anybody say how important your mindset is, you need to start working on it ASAP. You have to work on it ASAP. Mindset is everything. If you’re not in the right mindset, you are not going to be successful. If you are not in the right mindset, you are going to attract the wrong people. If you’re not in the right mindset, you are going to do things that you’re going to regret. Mindset is everything.
Number 19: don’t delay starting. Rip that band-aid off, sister. This is what held me back in my own YouTube channel was the delay, the fear. The fear of launching into a new format and not knowing the reaction, not knowing who I was going to attract, and who was going to press play, and who was going to give me a thumbs down. What has held me back from launching this YouTube ultimately boils down to fear, but we have to get over our own fears if we’re going to move forward in business. Whatever it might be. Whatever decision that you’re delaying on. Don’t delay any further. I’m giving you permission right now to rip that band-aid off and just do that thing that you’ve been wanting to do or that you’ve been talking about for forever. You are going to be your biggest critic, hands down. So get over your own critic-ness and rip that band-aid off and just do that thing. Don’t delay starting. Don’t be like me, and take six months when you first decide you’re going to do a YouTube channel before you ever launch said YouTube channel. Don’t delay in starting rip that band-aid off right now.
And finally, number 20: be unapologetically you because you is why people buy. You is why people invest in what you sell. You are your business, and if you haven’t inserted yourself into your business, you need to do that ASAP. Always be unapologetically you because people are attracted to the human behind a brand. People buy because of the core values of your brand, which you create. People buy when they know why you are doing this thing, what your purpose is. So I want you to be unapologetically you because that is what sets you apart in business. Being unapologetically you is what will take you to the next level. So I’m giving you permission to put the cape on and be unapologetically you. It’s time for you to roll out your own red carpet and be unapologetically you.
Thank you so much for being here on my 300th episode. Thank you for being on this journey with me. Thank you for walking side by side with me. This has meant so much to me, this 300th Episode. Three hundred episodes of a podcast is very rare. Not many people achieve it, and I am going to pop open a bottle of champagne. I’m actually getting on a plane later this afternoon to go to Vegas, and you better believe I’m going to celebrate 300 episodes. I’m also going to celebrate the fact that I launched a YouTube channel. Again go find it—The House of Sugar Creek. Also, final reminder, the doors open for the Inner Circle. Get yourself in on the waitlist. Go to bossgirlcreative.com/Inner Circle so that you know when the doors open, you’ll get the email.
Thank you to my podcast editor, Zack. You’ve been a rock star with me for 300 episodes. Thank you to all of my Inner Circle members who have been with me from the beginning of the Inner Circle membership. And finally, thank you to all of the humans that have been with me since episode one. I know two of you – Susie Oakley and Connie Ash – you guys have been with me since the beginning, and I so appreciate you. If you have been with me since the beginning, I would love to know it. Send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org or message me over on Instagram @TaylorLBradford. I would love to know if you’ve been with me since episode one. I would love to know when you started listening to Boss Girl Creative. So pop over into my DMs on Instagram @TaylorLBradford and let me know. “Hey, Taylor, I started listening at episode blah, blah, blah.” I want to know.
Thank you again for celebrating with me today. I hope that you have something to take away out of these 20 business lessons that I’ve learned in 300 episodes. And I’d love to know what you’ve learned while you’ve been in business, so send me a message on Instagram with that information @TaylorLBradford. I’m using more @TaylorLBradford for Instagram. I still have Boss Girl Creative’s Instagram, but I’m not super active on it. That’s something that I’ve learned in probably the last few months is not only that it’s lonely in business being a solopreneur, but I’ve got too many Instagrams, and I am paring down because it’s too much. It’s causing me some overwhelm, and so my main channel, @TaylorLBradford, and @SugarCreekEventRentals is where my focus is going to be. So if you want to message me, pick one of those two. I will probably check @TaylorLBradford way more frequently, so definitely pop your DMs over on that Instagram. Follow me on that Instagram.
And again, thank you from the bottom of my heart for being here with me—episode 300. Again, I’m heading to Vegas. We’re going to celebrate 300 episodes and also the launch of the YouTube channel, The House of Sugar Creek. Again, I’m going to say it again. Go to YouTube, find The House of Sugar Creek, subscribe, watch the episode. Number two episode is coming out on Friday at noon. It’s going to be a story of where I started and where I’m at today. And you’re going to see what my old storage looked like and what my new storage looks like. And I’m just – I’m just here for it. I’m leaning in. I’m here for it. I rip the band-aid off. Again, thank you from the bottom of my heart. Until next week, guys, I hope you have a great rest of this week.