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Introducing The Newest Wedding Blogger….

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Yep, that is right. It is me! I am the newest wedding blogger in the ever-growing wedding industry. As I have mentioned before I work at Tiny Prints (and LOVE IT) and also work on Wedding Paper Divas and the newest brand, Treat. I am so excited to be contributing to the Wedding Paper Divas blog and providing inspiration to all of the brides out there! I will be writing about the latest wedding trends, my favorite stationery and most importantly: wedding etiquette! As you all know it is high wedding season right now and if you are like me your refrigerator is filled with save the dates and wedding invitations. Today was my first post and it featured my favorite South Asian inspired wedding invitations from our new collection. Read the post here. Are you getting married this summer? What would you like to know?

Here are some of my favorite wedding suites and invitations:

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Blogging at Work and Loving it

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I have been working on the Social and SEO team at Tiny Prints for over a month now and I love it! I am mostly working on the Wedding Paper Divas brand (it’s high season for weddings right now) but occasionally get to focus on Tiny Prints. I am working with a lot of different bloggers and have been able to put my writing skills to work more recently. I realized how much I love to write and express myself creatively and really missed it. Here is an example of a post I put together while working with the blog Modern Day Moms. The topic, births, was a little out of my comfort zone, but it was a breeze once I knew the direction I was going to take. I hope to write many more soon so stay tuned!

Think Like A Champion

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Cover of "Think Like a Champion: An Infor...

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Before today when I heard the name Donald Trump I thought of his epic hair/toupee and his great quotes from The Apprentice, such as “You’re Fired.” I never really knew much about him other than he is a billionaire developer and creates amazing buildings.

A few Easters ago I was with family friends and met a woman who was Meredith McIver’s friend. (Meredith is Donald Trump’s co-writer on his most recent book Think Like a Champion.) The woman, whose name has escaped me, was the Easter party and had a few signed copies of the book from Donald Trump. I was able to get one and since then it has been sitting on my bookshelf! Today I was inspired to read it and I am so happy I did! I actually wish I had read it as soon as I got it but never made the time to do so.

I am feeling SO INSPIRED today! Donald Trump is such an amazing businessman and provided so much great advice for anyone interested in learning more and becoming successful in the business world.

I will briefly list my favorite advice from the book and encourage you to read the book if you haven’t yet. The book is a fast read and every chapter is about 2.5 pages- each a short essay focusing on one specific topic. I am so excited because I start my new job tomorrow at Tiny Prints and am amped up!

  • The importance of Being a Team Player-always help out everyone around you. And don’t expect anything in return
  • Learn to Think on Your Feet-very important and I learned this at Cinequest while running the PR Campaign. Be ready to expect the unexpected and have Plan B ready!
  • The More You Learn, The More You Realize You Don’t Know
  • Confronting Your Fears-“Fear defeats more people than any other one thing in the world.” –Ralph Waldo Emerson
  • My Favorite essay-KEEP IT SHORT, FAST, AND DIRECT-I also learned this at Cinequest. We are all busy. Get to the point-and fast! This also reminds me of another thing I learned: Don’t come to me with a problem. Come to me with a problem AND a solution. Think it through first! It saves everyone time.
  • Momentum is Something You Have to Work at to Maintain-find your tempo and stay consistent. Your team will learn this and pick up the pace to work at your speed
  • Keep the Big Picture in Mind-focus on the details but always keep the big picture in mind
  • Winners See Problems as Just Another Way to Prove Themselves-I really enjoyed this essay. I like problem solving and a challenge so this really resonated with me. If you can work under pressure and think on your feet you will be successful
  • Think Positively-seems so basic and cliché but some people really forget how important this is
  • Set the Standard-set a standard for yourself-personally and in business and stick to it. People will appreciate this and as you are building your brand you will become more credible and one day people will believe in your products based on your name. ie: Trump
  • Know Your Audience-I think this is really important as well. Find that common ground with your business partners. It can really turn a dry and/or painful meeting/presentation into something more natural and fluid. Connect with your clients and partners!

Post your comments and tell me what you think is most important for becoming successful!

Thank you Universe

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I am so excited! I just received my thank you cards in the mail that I ordered from Tiny Prints. It is my first purchase I made and I am so happy with everything. I interviewed at Tiny Prints last week and had to make my first order to see the quality and customer service and everything turned out wonderful. And to top it off-I got an offer yesterday and I accepted! I am now working for Tiny Prints as SEO Coordinator. So ‘Thank you’ universe. Perfect timing!

I am so excited to start sending out my personalized thank you notes and more importantly starting my new job next week. SEO you ask? Yes, Search Engine Optimization. This is new to me but I am so excited to learn about this very important part of marketing and PR.  SEO is so imperative because as more and more print newspapers are shutting down the majority of consumers rely on digital media which means SEO is crucial for any Marketing/PR campaign. I am so eager to learn this vital part of PR and have this added skill so I can shine in my PR career! Read this article to learn just how important SEO is for PR professionals.