Coach. Mentor.
Community Leader.
Action Taker.
Game Changer.

Elizabeth Henson 

Years in biz

I believe in building a business around your life and not a life around your business. I'm a wedding photographer turned business coach because I realized I could create the perfect job by my own design.  I love helping other women achieve their big dreams while also having more white space they need. 

I help women grow powerful communities around their brand so they can have more impact on the world and grow their business. Because I focused on in person relationships first, I didn’t have to struggle on social media. I shared my journey from the beginning which built trust little bit little. People will not buy from you if they do not trust you. 

6

women I have helped grow their creative biz

109

times a day I say "YAY"

239

years I have been a mom

5

Hi there, you creative dreamer, you  

01.

It doesn't have to be daunting...

Social media can be defeating, it can rip apart our self esteem, and create major speed bumps and blind spots in our business. When we focus on relationships first and surround ourselves with women who empower our mindset, social media becomes a natural by product of our real life.  

02.

The power of community 

Did you know you are the average of the five people you see most?  Take an audit of the people who influence your daily life. If we surround ourselves with like minded and ambitious women the uplevel is a no brainer. 

03.

Listen, Advocate, Value

When people catch on that you truly see others, they’re going to know that you value their gifts. They will gravitate to you and they will trust you. This kind of relationship can bring in referrals, new clients, social media shout outs, and collaborations. It can be incredibly important and can even end up contributing to your bottom line. This is the simple power of acknowledging others, especially in the fast-paced world of social media.

CULTIVATING

Contact Elizabeth

I can't wait to hear from you and get started, then possibly do some karate in the garage. Whoop Whoop!