"I like to identify themes for the magazine that are not only relevant to business, but to life in general..." --Bree Whitlock, Creator of EBW and Founder of Debut Studios
Washington D.C (PRWEB) August 14, 2016
Bree Whitlock, Lifestyle and Branding Coach, Content Strategist, and Founder of Debut Studios, recently launched the July issue of Easy Breezy Way, also referred to as EBW, digital magazine. Each issue of EBW has a theme, with July's theme being "The Art of Storytelling."
Bree has a knack for bringing beautiful brained entrepreneurs together to share their insights and stories, and the July issue is no exception. The issue features Author of "The Woman I Love," Becky Norwood, Digital Marketing Support Specialist, Deborah Carraro, The Rebel Belle, Tuck Self, and Filmmaker, Actress, and Founder of Words You Need, Ronda Suder.
When asked about this month's theme, Whitlock shared, "I like to identify themes for the magazine that are not only relevant to business, but to life in general," Whitlock continued, "Stories have existed since the beginning of time, and they connect us to one another in life and business. When it comes to launching and creating a business, it is often our story that gives us our “why” or “reason;" and it’s that story that will inspire and attract people to us because they can relate, sympathize, or empathize with us."
The Easy Breezy Way was created with the goal of sharing knowledge to help others grow and succeed in life and business the "easy breezy way." The magazine emphasizes how to launch and grow a profitable lifestyle and online business, with each issue providing free tips, such as how to create powerful video scripts and online digital products. In addition to business, the magazine focuses on health, spirituality, parenting, entertaining, and more.
"Bree's goal is to inspire and help others, so it's a privilege to support her in that endeavor," shared Ronda Suder, Editor and Contributing Writer for the magazine,"I believe it's so important to emphasize compassion and growth in all areas of life, and EBW does that. It's so much fun to watch the magazine grow and expand as the feedback and comments roll in with each new issue. I look forward to seeing what's to come..."