Might & Mettle is a collective that works with people who are dedicated to the service and happiness of others.

Our purpose is largely centered around guiding individuals and organizations into a deeper understanding of who they are while offering ongoing support for their stellar communications initiatives.

In a world as noisy as this one, it can be difficult to capture people’s attention long enough for them to understand who you are and how you can help–even if you’re doing transformative, life-changing, mind-blowing things! You might not be speaking their “language” or getting to the point fast enough. You might have all the pieces, but the puzzle isn’t put together quite right. People are missing out on how jazzy you are and why they should care. They don’t know what we know, and they can’t always see what we see. Good news! We know how to clear things up (and, it’s fun). Yes, fun please!


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We create impactful brands in an intuitive and natural way. Much like the powerhouse people behind each of them–overcoming obstacles and raising global empires–they shine with enthusiasm, inspiration, and a daring spirit.


Continue to give your tribe opportunities to join your cause and work by your side. Yucky sales-tactics aren’t welcome here. Instead, we encourage a two-way conversation with a deep understanding of boundaries and positive communication.

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Digital Strategy

The web isn’t a place of shadow and uncertainty, it’s a place full of possibilities unrestricted by physical limitations, space, and time. We’re expert navigators of the matrix, and we believe in showing you how you can be, too. Whatever your mission, we’re on-board!

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