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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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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 […]

February 28, 2018

In case you missed it, I had the pleasure of writing a guest blog post for Special Events blog. An excerpt of the article is below but if you follow the link you can read the entire article. The top 5 tips to automate your event company are: Map out your client processes. Create your […]

April 26, 2017

FILED IN: Productivity

What if you could save an hour a day starting tomorrow? That’s 5 hours per week, or more than a half-day off. Imagine closing up shop at 11am every Friday without worrying about all the stuff that didn’t get done. You can do that, when you put these 4 solutions in place, and you can […]

April 22, 2017

FILED IN: General News

Welcome to Wedding Pro Coaching! Hello and welcome! I am beyond thrilled to launch Wedding Pro Coaching and share with you the expertise and knowledge I’ve learned since starting Something Borrowed Portland in 2011. It seems like just yesterday I was new to the wedding industry and didn’t know where to go or what to […]