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LANE' Richards

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EDUCATOR | COACH | ENTREPRENEUR

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I'm Lane' and I am the multidisciplinary entrepreneur and creative genius behind Something Borrowed Portland. In 2017 I started Wedding Pro Coaching; offering mastermind business coaching and educational programs to independent creatives looking to navigate - and succeed - in the crowded wedding industry.

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September 12, 2018

FILED IN: Finances

Let’s face it, you have receipts stuffed in your purse or wallet, coat pocket, or desk. You can never seem to find that ONE receipt you know you put “in a safe place”. I’ve been there! My biggest fear has always been to get audited by the IRS so I’m a little OCD at keeping […]

September 6, 2018

The ugly truth with the wedding industry is that we’re known for discounting our services. It’s a known fact in the business world, and something both of my business coaches have frowned upon… even when I give the explanation that “everyone is doing it”. Why I don’t ask wedding pro’s to discount their services may […]

September 4, 2018

FILED IN: Social Media

If you have a business profile on Instagram you know that you can only have one website link in your bio. This can sometimes be a drag, especially when you want to promote a specific blog post, share a link to a wedding blog feature, or direct people to sign up for a workshop or […]

June 21, 2018

FILED IN: Social Media

We all know by now that Instagram is one of the top ways to reach your audience. But are you using Instagram stories in your wedding business to reach and engage with your audience and potential clients? Your audience wants to see all the pretty, inspirational images you’re already sharing, but they also want to […]

May 23, 2018

In a previous life, I worked at Intel Corporation in a business group that kept Intel legal. Little did I know all those years slaving to meet the high demands of the corporate sector would prepare me for entrepreneurship (on so, so many levels!). Since Intel “employs” a lot of contractors, I had to know […]