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BB Podcast Episode 81: Alyssa Lytle

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Alyssa Lytle in her Color Theory Design Co. studio surrounded by plants

Alyssa Lytle in her Portland, OR studio | Alixann Loosle Photography

Today we’re visiting with Alyssa Lytle, owner of Color Theory Design Co. located in the Portland, Oregon. Join us as we talk about:

  • finding the courage to veer off the obvious and accepted paths to pursue personal interests
  • finding clarity when she felt it was time to go into business for herself
  • the freedom and peace she feels as a business owner
  • her educational platform called Flowering Minds
  • moving a business across the country
  • persevering in the lean times
  • why she decided to open a storefront
  • her private coaching service
  • listening to your intuition
  • how learning to accept herself helped her find a successful career path

Color Theory Design Co. owner Alyssa Lytle arranging neutral colored flowers in her Portland studio

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LEARN MORE ABOUT COLOR THEORY DESIGN CO. HERE:

Website | Instagram | Facebook | Flowering Minds | Commissioned Paintings

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Co-Hosts: Amy McGee (Botanical Brouhaha) and Maggie Bailey (Bramble & Bee)

BB Podcast Sound Engineer: Landon McGee


If you enjoyed this chat with Alyssa, you might also enjoy her step-by-step tutorial, How to Use a Flower Frog. Click here to read more.

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