Katherine Keller

Katherine Keller

Founder, Chumcubo Designs
Katherine Keller is the president of Chumcubo Designs, an online marketing and graphic design agency. She also works with small business entrepreneurs, building their success mindset and overcoming fears. Through her wit, wisdom and humor, she has endeared clients around the globe.
Victory Comes to Those Who Silence the Voice of Self-Doubt
Inspiration

Victory Comes to Those Who Silence the Voice of Self-Doubt

Entrepreneurs' biggest enemies are not competition, the market or the economy.
The Answers to These 3 Questions Will Get You Through the Low Points
Lessons

The Answers to These 3 Questions Will Get You Through the Low Points

Entrepreneurship is an uncertain path to success but you are guaranteed to learn about yourself.
A PR Insider Reveals the Secret Lives of Successful People
Habits

A PR Insider Reveals the Secret Lives of Successful People

The popular images of what makes for success is really a recipe for burnout that successful people know to avoid.
Even Control Freaks Need Wisdom to Accept What They Can't Change
Faith

Even Control Freaks Need Wisdom to Accept What They Can't Change

Accepting that we don't control very much but can handle life's challenges is the first step to banishing needless anxiety.
Why 'Being Dead' Is Bad for Business
Work-Life Balance

Why 'Being Dead' Is Bad for Business

As entrepreneurs, we can sometimes get so focused, we forget to take care of ourselves. We must find balance.
To Motivate Yourself to Success, Find Your 'Why'
Motivation

To Motivate Yourself to Success, Find Your 'Why'

Anyone can learn to build a business. But you have to figure out the reason you want to succeed.
It's Up to Us to Make Our Own Fate
Inspiration

It's Up to Us to Make Our Own Fate

There is no magic equation between taking control and leaving it up to a higher presence.
A Bad Decision is Better Than No Decision At All
Leadership

A Bad Decision is Better Than No Decision At All

Don't let possible outcomes cripple you from moving forward. It's always better to take charge.