We had the good fortune of connecting with Danielle Towner and we’ve shared our conversation below.
Hi Danielle, why did you decide to pursue a creative path?
Even if I wasn’t being paid to do it, I would love to write, create content, and brainstorm ideas for myself and others.
I’ve loved writing since I was a child and it just stuck with me, so it became the foundation of my business.
Having a creative marketing business is a way to connect and relate, inspire, and create value for people in multiple ways.
What should our readers know about your business?
Dream Work Creatives is a marketing agency focused on website consulting and content marketing. I help entrepreneurs build brand awareness and online presence by creating profitable websites, monetizing their content, and using both tools to generate sales leads.
What sets me apart is my ability to incorporate each entrepreneur’s unique gift, talents, skills, and personalities into their marketing.
Getting to where I am now has been a long journey of self discovery and learning. It was a challenge discovering what my purpose was because I was skilled at a lot of things and enjoyed them all. However, I’ve learned to focus on what I’m best at and what creates the most value in helping others to live in their purpose.
I also had to learn how to balance business and family when I became a mom. When I finally figured it out, it was something I felt like was a need for many other moms. After collaborating with Chassity, who has a life coaching business to help moms with self-care and balance, The Mompreneur Manual was born.
The biggest lessons I’ve learned are to invest in myself to continue learning and growing, and get help for my business by investing in automations and by delegating tasks. I’ve also learned that planning, breaking up large tasks into small ones, and not overloading my schedule helps me get more done than being overwhelmed can.
My brand is about creative expression and encouraging people to come out of their boxes. No two individuals are the same and because of that, no two businesses are made to be the same either.
Any places to eat or things to do that you can share with our readers? If they have a friend visiting town, what are some spots they could take them to?
Depending on the season, I would plan to take my friend to a pro basketball game or college football game. We would also plan to visit Stone Mountain to do the bike trail or walk the mountain trail or get into some of their amusements. Then, we would visit Five Points to go vintage shopping and have pizza.
After catching a show at Fox Theatre, Skyview and Sun Dial at the Westin would be on the agenda for a beautiful view of the city. For dessert, we would visit Café Intermezzo and Camicakes. Who else deserves some credit and recognition?
I would like to dedicate my shoutout to Chassity Parrish. She’s the other part of my latest collaboration, The Mompreneur Manual. Our book and group coaching helps moms build and balanced business and monetize their superpowers. During the process of launching this project, I’ve seen Chassity’s individual business grow and I’m so proud of her.