Why You Should (only) Consider a WordPress Website


I interviewed my own website designer, Jenna, in the fall of 2015 as I was preparing for the 2016 class of Work Smarter Not Harder.  

I do suggest my Work Smarter Not Harder students to have a Word Press website.  It’s totally in your best interest.  Of course, you could take the class and not use this platform, but in the long run, I think you’ll see why WordPress is better.  My job as a business mentor/coach is to help you see things down the road, that might not even be on your radar at the time.  This is one of those things.  

I’ve got it in two formats.  Now and then, there’s browser interference with the Smart Podcast Player.  You can try another browser, or use the 2nd option which always works. 

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