Shannon Baylor-Henderson

Shannon Baylor-Henderson is a content connoisseur who’s written over a million words (and counting!). She blogs at, a “think space” for creative entrepreneurs and she’s the founder of, where she helps entrepreneurs look good on paper. When Shannon’s not writing, she’s downing cups of coffee and covertly watching her favorite reality TV shows. You can learn more about Shannon, her books, webinars and live events by following her on Twitter @ImShannondotcom.

Recent Posts

Entrepreneur Quiz

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The Eight Questions to Ask to Close the Sale

By Shannon Baylor-Henderson on Sep 26, 2016 in Business, Growth

Not everyone is born with the “sales” gene. You know, the gene that gives you the ability to attract customers and their wallets and don’t take “no” for an answer? Unfortunately, being born “sales deficient” isn’t good for those who are also born with the entrepreneurial spirit. Here's how to fix that...

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5 Essential Questions You Need to Ask Yourself About Digital Marketing

By Shannon Baylor-Henderson on Jul 15, 2016 in Marketing

Startup marketing…it sounds so fun, simple and creative. That’s until everything you thought you knew about marketing your startup business isn’t producing significant results. Whether it’s designing and handing out thousands of printed flyers, creating a fancy-schmancy website or building a social media campaign, when it comes to marketing your business, you just want it to work.

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How to Effectively and Consistently Tell Your Brand's Story

Brand messaging is a business MUST. If your brand’s message is well-developed and cohesive, it’s a lot easier to communicate with your customers and call them to action. Additionally, if your brand’s message is consistent, your customers will flock to you no matter how you communicate with them. Brand messaging has a core goal: to explain why customers should choose you over your competitors.

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What Kind of Entrepreneur Do You Want to Be?

Entrepreneur: a person who takes incredible risks, endures “trial by fire” experiences, and works extremely odd hours to see their idea make an impact and a profit. This probably isn’t the most “technical” definition of the word entrepreneur, but if you ask any entrepreneur about their journey, this is probably the most accurate definition.

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