Monthly Archives: July 2011

Level Five Spin Ninja

Sheryl Eldene, MA, MBA One of my favorite comics is called “Non Sequitur”. It has an interesting little girl who makes some wild pronouncements about the world. Recently, she said, “The Spin Ninja code states that luck favors the prepared … Continue reading

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Marketing Lessons from the Garden

By Gail Z. Martin Does your marketing have blossom end rot?  My tomatoes did.  And I tried to fix them the same way I see business owners tackle marketing that isn’t working.  I tried to figure it out on my … Continue reading

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Evolution of an Art Calendar

by Violette Clark Hooray!!!  The sample copies of my “Bliss” calendar have arrived!  I never get tired of seeing my art on products.  It’s such a thrill i tell you! I’ll be ordering a bunch of calendars so you’ll be … Continue reading

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Evaporated Dreams

Sheryl Eldene, MA, MBA There are many theories about the sources and causes of stress and/or burnout. I propose that underneath all those ideas is a systemic disconnect between one’s strengths and ones dreams. Any combination other than being connected … Continue reading

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The Advantages and Disadvantages of Turning Family Research into a Novel

by Carla Rieger If you spent years doing amazing family research, what do you finally do with it all? A compilation of facts about your family history may be interesting to you, a few close family members, and maybe other … Continue reading

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The Butler Did It!

by Irene Butler The Butler Did It!  That is… Rick and Irene Butler Did It!  Be ready for this old cliché to take on new meaning when you read my book! What did we do? We circumnavigated this beautiful big … Continue reading

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Title: The Simple Truth About Branding

by Isabelle Mercier Turcotte PERCEPTION IS REALITY IN BRANDING AND IN LIFE FOR THAT MATTER. Every entrepreneur wants to have their company’s brand “WELL KNOWN, TRUSTED & DESIRED” …but not all brands are worthy of that privilege. What is branding? … Continue reading

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