How do you become an incredible female business owner? Watch one in action. Take notes. Repeat.

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Natalie Ransom hard at work on a floral wedding crown. Photo by Katheryn Moran Photography.

That’s what I’ve been doing ever since I met the dynamo that is florist Natalie Ransom of Pozie by Natalie. When we started working together, she already had her ducks in a row: a great web site, oodles of social media followers, solid professional relationships, service to her community, and so much more. She didn’t need marketing advice because she was already killing it with her creativity, generosity, and hard work. But that’s where our fun began. What could we do together to take her marketing strategy and business a step further?

After developing a plan together, we’ve been ticking off the list and things are happening. People are talking about her. More customers are finding her business. She is being recognized for the amazing business woman she is.

In March, she was recognized by Bellingham-based video production company Talking to Crows ‘Women Among Us’ campaign. Each day in the month of March, they’re sharing about the powerful women in our community. They are celebrating Women’s History Month by noticing the women making history right now. I was also honored to be recognized.

In the same month, my article about her appeared on the blog of Miss Millennia Magazine, How to Be an Incredible Female Business Owner. The site focuses on mentoring millennial women to be their best and Natalie makes a fantastic role model.

Check out her web site and follow her on Facebook and Instagram┬ábecause you’ll be seeing a whole lot more of her in the coming months and years. Together, we are just getting started.