We had the good fortune of connecting with Priscilla Natyve and we’ve shared our conversation below.
Hi Priscilla, how has your perspective on work-life balance evolved over time?
As a wife and mother of 3 kids under 4 y/o, I have no choice but to find balance! I grew up a night owl, I loved to stay up late, party with friends, nothing too crazy. I’ve always been a kid at heart and grew up quite privileged, so when I became a mother, real-life hit me like a bullet train! I’m extremely honored and grateful for the experience of motherhood because it gave me the courage to start my business. It forced me to take a big look at my life and helped me to learn the lessons I refused as a teenager. I believe that having balance is the key to inner peace!
Alright, so for those in our community who might not be familiar with your business, can you tell us more?
Digital Cultivation is a digital media marketing agency that nurtures, grows, and establishes brands by cultivating space in an over-saturated, digital world. Our mission is to help you establish brand awareness by creating scroll-stopping content that speaks to your target audience. Not only are we known to meet & exceed our clients’ expectations, but we’re most admired for our unique cultivation process.
It wasn’t easy getting my business started but that’s only because I didn’t have patience in the beginning. The biggest challenge I faced was juggling motherhood and marriage on top of starting a business right at the break of the COVID-19 pandemic. Though it was hard, I believe that I’m where I am today because I kept at it. Little by little, day by day. I just kept swimming!
I learned over time that trusting the process and understanding the fundamentals of branding are key components to success within any business. My agency is in its second stage of cultivation and the only way to go is up! I believe once a brand has sprouted its first bud, the possibilities of its growth are endless!
If you had a friend visiting you, what are some of the local spots you’d want to take them around to?
If I had a friend visiting the first place I’d take them is Snooze on Wynkoop. Throughout the week I’d have them check out my favorite breakfast burrito places, like El Camaron Loco and Santiagos (I LOVE their green chile!). It’s a must to visit the local parks, zoo, aquarium, and museums! Especially the Denver Botanic Gardens on York Street! Rocky Mountain Arsenal Wildlife Refuge is a great place to get away while not being too far away from the city! If they love art, I’d have them check out Broadway and Santa Fe! Lots of cool shops and food places to check out there! Nightlife would definitely be a local bar or brewery in Larimer Square or LoDo. If they want something unique and fun I’d suggest something like MeowWolf or a live show at Red Rocks!
Who else deserves some credit and recognition?
I wouldn’t be where I am today if it wasn’t for the support of my friends and family, especially my husband and best friend, Kevin. I’m truly the luckiest woman in the world!
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