Praise Santos is the founder behind the photography studio ComePlum and has a love for puns, pretty things, and people. She lives in San Francisco where she does silly dances to loosen up female entrepreneurs during their Personal Brand photoshoot, builds her Google map locations of colors around the city to create eye-catching content for brands such as Lululemon and Adidas, and leads workshops for organizations such as the Golden State Warriors and BEI Hotel. Her photos have been featured in Vogue, Forbes, and the San Francisco Chronicle.
Praise encourages creatives to use their skills for positive impact. Her project Ethical Weddings won a 20 On The Rise award by the 60,000+ member Rising Tide Society.
When she’s not photographing, teaching, or playing with her pup Bubs, she tries to play Chance the Rapper songs on her ukulele.
In this episode, Jenny and Praise talk about setting boundaries and standing strong by them to find a balance in following our passion and building sustainable personal brands.
Taylor Mae is the founder of TMCo — a portfolio of brands + engagements focused on guiding people to live out their Aligned Brilliance™. Herself and a small team of passionate, inspired, and entrepreneurial creatives create unique experiences to empower more people to make their dreams, their life. Including Say It Studios™ —a marketing communications agency for soul-driven entrepreneurs to find clarity in their brand message, RUBY™ — a multimedia platform for young Gen Z women to cultivate their purpose, as well as workshops, masterclasses, and insight on the Align To Achieve Podcast. In all her work, Taylor uses a savvy mix of development tools including the Enneagram and Human Design, transformational coaching techniques, her recognized brand marketing + small business expertise, and moreover a spirit of believing everyone’s divine purpose deserves to be lived out to the fullest.
In this episode, Jenny and Taylor talk about listening to that still small voice and following it through our day to day activities and how we impact our communities.