Hello! I’m Lauren Taylor,
a dog-hugging, plan-loving
introvert & marketing strategist.

I believe in the quiet strength of soulful businesses and gentle living.

Marketing is vast. All the different channels to choose from, people using icky tactics. It’s overwhelming and exhausing.

When you take time to listen to your heart, follow your intuition and do what feels right, you’ll discover your own quiet, happy corner of the marketing world. Where other lovely gentle-hearted folk like you hang out, share meaningful conversations and do good.

You know yourself better than anyone and no-one can tell you what’s best for you. Everyone grows at their own pace and follows a different path. With gentle support and encouragement, I’ll be by your side to help you make small choices and take little steps that carry you on your way.

I believe your business is always evolving. There is no ‘right’ way to do things. The path you’re on now will change as you make new discoveries, meet new people and find new things you love.

The small choices you make today, the little steps you take and the new things you learn, they all add up. They’re all moving you steadily forward towards building a joyful business that’s true to you.

Lauren with her dog
Lauren in the countryside with a bridge in the background
Lauren wearing pink boots
Lauren on the beach with her dog

It’s so lovely to meet you!

I’m Lauren. I live and work from our little cottage in Stoke-on-Trent with my husband and our dog.

When I’m not working, I spend my days doing joyous nothing, re-energising in peaceful solitude. Usually listening to a self-discovery audiobook or sniggering at Taskmaster. I can sometimes be persuaded to leave the house for cocktails or quiet adventures.

Like you, I went freelance to find freedom and purpose. To take control of my time and energy.

My business has morphed over the years. But where I am now feels the most like me. Like the path I was always destined to follow, helping fellow sensitive introverts like you find their marketing joy.

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