Building Your Brand Strategy with Arica and Kristen of Hart & Highland

Adorable, business savvy AND badass! How rad are these two?!

Adorable, business savvy AND badass! How rad are these two?!

Amazing idea for a business, check! Ready to market your behind off and dominate social media, checkity, check! Have a clearly defined vision for who you're serving, what you stand for and what makes you unique....um, I think so? If you can relate you need to tune into this episode! Today we're joined by Kristen Schellenberg and Arica Rosenthal, co-founders of Hart & Highland, a modern marketing studio. We discuss the the how and why of having a clear brand strategy before you address all other aspects of your biz, why you need to stop saying yes to every opportunity and the importance of getting comfortable with vulnerability.

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IN THIS EPISODE -

  • Kristen and Arica’s meet cute partnership story

  • The importance of a strong brand foundation to give you a competitive edge

  • Building your brand strategy might not be fun but once you do it makes decisions regarding your creatives, social, PR, etc, way easier and waaayyyyyy more effective

  • Why you need to be crystal clear on who you serve and what they want

  • Talking to vs understanding your customers (SPOILER ALERT - one is better)

  • Kristen’s epic 4th grade solo dance routine

  • Arica on how not giving a shit can transform your business and life

  • Discovering your WHY, aka the driving force behind your business and brand

  • How you can get in on their LAUNCH GIVEAWAY mentioned in the show

Arica’s secret to a ballsy life - not giving a shit. Get it girl!

Arica’s secret to a ballsy life - not giving a shit. Get it girl!

CONNECT WITH ARICA AND KRISTEN -

hartandhighland.com

Instagram @hartandhighland

@AricaRosenthal

@CurrentlyKristen

@theatelierla (Kristen’s photo account)

RECOMMENDED READING FROM THE SHOW -

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Get comfortable with being vulnerable
— Kristen Schellenberg


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