Monthly Archives: November 2013

Out of One, Many: Multiple Blog Posts From One Idea

 The other day, I read a great blog post by Mark Lerner (@oktopost) via @boknowsmarketing about 5 ways to defeat writers block. As I was commenting on his blog post, it occurred to me that many of my blog post ideas … Continue reading

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1 Pizza Place, 4 Valuable Business Skills

A little more than 25 years ago, at age 15, armed with my crisp, new worker’s permit and a racing heart, I stepped through the doors of a local pizza place and got my first real job. Dennis took a … Continue reading

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What They Don’t Teach You In Business School

The folks over at Project Eve have been kind enough to allow me to become a contributor on their blog. For those who don’t know, Project Eve encourages female entrepreneurs to communicate, collaborate and share actionable solutions. They’ve got quite … Continue reading

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Be a Social Media Rockstar in Minutes… for Small Business

I’ve been receiving a lot of “social love” lately. It’s proven two things to me: Being active in social works on so many levels. Not only does it get your name/identity out there but, more importantly, it lets people know … Continue reading

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Branding: How to Be a Brand Others Emulate

Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. But imitating another brand is not the way to your consumers hearts (or their wallets). You likely admire a brand that is successful – in creating an identity/voice/personality and in reaching their target … Continue reading

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