Holiday Weekends Are Made For…
in Reflections

Holiday Weekends Are Made For…

It’s Memorial Day weekend. While I do not personally know someone who died serving our country’s armed forces, I would like to take a moment to honor those who did. It’s their sacrifice that gave us our freedom – and one that many enjoy with this three-day weekend.  Because the holiday is observed every year on the last Monday of May, it also marks the...

Read More

0

Rachel Strella

28 May 2017
Stop With the Politics Already
in Galli Gripes, Opinion

Stop With the Politics Already

Never before have two things gone less hand in hand than social media and politics.  This past election started a virtual social media storm that just keeps going on and on and on…well you get the idea.  As someone whom was taught to never discuss politics or religion in mixed company, Facebook and Twitter have me screaming, “stop with the politics already!” I do understand...

Read More

0

Lauren Galli

21 May 2017
Stepmothers and Business Owners Have Lot to Celebrate This Week
in Reflections

Stepmothers and Business Owners Have Lot to Celebrate This Week

Running a business is hard work. Ask anyone who does it, and they’ll tell you, it’s no joke. You know what else is no joke? Two kids. While I’ve never given birth, nor did I have any desire to have children, I have acquired two kids – as a stepmother – and my singular conclusion to this massive change is that it’s been interesting. It’s...

Read More

0

Rachel Strella

14 May 2017
The Secret to Content Marketing
in Blogging, Business Advice, Tips

The Secret to Content Marketing

  I’m going to tell you a secret about content marketing – particularly blogging. In fact, I can sum it up in one word and that’s ‘voice.’ I believe the best blogs are those that offer perspective. Let’s use my client, Leonard Baer (known to most as “Lennie”) as an example. Lennie is an elder law attorney with dual practices in Highlands, NC and Palm...

Read More

0

Rachel Strella

07 May 2017
Startup Era: Declining, Not Dying
in Business Advice, Entrepreneurship, Technology

Startup Era: Declining, Not Dying

In a post last week, Mark Schaefer questioned if we are reaching the end of the startup era. He argues that conglomerates like Facebook, who have virtually unlimited resources, destroy or acquire meaningful startups. While Mark is specifically speaking of tech businesses, companies like Walmart have been doing this for years – manufacturing a one-stop shop with grocery stores, hair salons, vision centers, photo centers...

Read More

2

Rachel Strella

30 Apr 2017
Page 1 of 81123...102030...Last »