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Want to get your message out? Write for the Cassius #BlueBlog. Our audience is small business owners who are looking to launch and grow their small business. And guest posting is a great way to gain exposure to your target audience so it’s a win-win for everyone. But before you submit, keep reading.


  • Submission of your guest post does not guarantee publication. Your submission will be reviewed by Cassius Blue Consulting and if found beneficial to our audience, it is likely to be published.

  • Links back to your blog or website should be used where appropriate. Using too many links to external sources decreases the likelihood of your entry being published. Links deemed irrelevant will be removed without notice.

  • Word count should be between 250-500 words, with 900 being the maximum. If longer submissions are needed, a series post may be an option.

  • Posts must be high-quality; original content (i.e. not published anywhere else online). We reserve the right to edit your submission for brevity, grammar, and readability. If too much editing is required to make the post useful, article will not be published.

  • You retain the copyright to your writing, but once it’s submitted to Cassius Blue Consulting, we reserve the right to use, distribute and refer to it.

  • Each article ends with a brief bio that links to the site (or sites) of your choice. Please include a brief bio 100 words or less and a photo. Bio and headshot (not logo) are required.

Recent Posts

Although difficult to admit publicly, mid last year I hit a stagnant patch in my business. I had great success with the clients that I was working with and some minor growth in my business but overall not much was really changing or happening. That stagnant stuck feeling is the reason my clients hire me, so I understand it well as well as how to overcome it. But like so many people, I didn’t initially realize that I was stuck. I hadn’t been looking at my numbers like I should, I hadn’t been investing the level of time that my business required, I hadn’t been pursuing growth opportunities, I was just coasting along. Late last year when I started doing my strategic planning for 2014 I took a hard look at my business and was able to identify quite a few of roadblocks which were keeping me from staying on the steady growth path that I had previously enjoyed. And although I started making some changes, it took the most unlikely event to allow me to REALLY see what the problem was. {It’s always crazy how the most unrelated instances teach us the lessons we need to learn most.} Read more!

Happy Friday Butterflies! Meeting with my clients gives me a natural and euphoric high. I am in awe of the amazing women that I work with and enjoy the insight that we are able to share with one another.

Many of my clients, and other women business owners whom I’ve had the pleasure of meeting struggle to not only charge what they are worth but to charge at all. I have even witnessed a new business owner choose to walk away from her business rather than charge for her services. The struggle between the heart (the why behind the business) and the head (knowing that if it don’t make dolla’s it don’t make sense) is REAL for so many business owners ESPECIALLY women. Read more!