Business cards are traditional way to exchange contact information. They are important for all businesses as they are an inexpensive way to make a good first impression.
The goal of these business cards was a form of encouragement from Kimberely to the person she handed them to. An executive coach in nature, she didn’t want to have only her contact information printed. She wanted to encourage everyone to finish well by starting where they were – not waiting to get to a certain point. Additionally, she wanted to remind them how to get started, by living encouraged, living inspired, and living empowered.
Don’t just get your business cards printed anywhere though. While cost is a factor and we want to pay less, in this case it is more important to have a card offering a positive textural experience. My favorite for printing business cards is moo (affiliate link). You get the benefit of both worlds, the textural experience is a great first impression, they hold up wonderfully after being carried around, and printfinity is super fun! The cost difference is very minor for the exponential benefits. Of course, there are times you need something different – such as metallic paper or a plastic see-thru-card – to show your uniqueness, and there are other great printers.