As a working mother I have a lot to juggle when it comes to organizing my life. So when I discover something that makes my day run smoother—no matter how small it may be—I often feel compelled to share it with others. This is one of those times.
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Archive for April, 2011
In February, nearly 400 football fans were denied the seats they purchased at the Super Bowl. And despite the efforts at reconciling the situation, anger and outrage was ever present in the hearts of many. So what exactly happened?
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Today’s post on The Methodology Blog is from Denise Speer, founder and owner of c3-indy. As a marketing specialist and entrepreneur, she is a strong advocate for Customer Relationship Management software in assisting the sales process. To her, it “increases efficiency while being indispensable in delivering high-quality customer service”.
When we hear the word “bully”, it’s hard to picture anything outside the typical image of a buff teenager who teases others and is the source of peer pressure in school. But we as adults know, there’s no age limit when it comes to creating negative, unproductive environments dominated by power struggles.
Small business owners know that half the battle to successfully growing a company is by building a public image. And though the world of social media provides an endless opportunity for exposure, it takes a lot of time and energy to maintain. So, are there ways to have your cake and eat it too when it comes to social media PR?
Being that it’s now four months into the new year, some of us may be contemplating exactly how we can regain momentum on our otherwise abandoned New Year’s Resolutions. Well, if motivation is what you need, Slaughter Development’s founder has some advice on why starting over is not just refreshing. It’s also productive.
Every so often I like to treat my kids to BIG surprises. Usually, my creativity caps off somewhere between a trip to the toy store or the movie theater. But recently, I had a brilliant idea. I just didnt’ realize that buying tickets to see Buzz Lightyear would take me years to arrange.
Athletes take on all sorts of styles and skills to help gain momentum in their sport. And as great as it may be always go by the book, sometimes it takes an unorthodox approach to bring an even stronger game. At least that’s how Tim Wolchko became a champion bowler.