Entrepreneurship


Working for the Man Is Not Everything

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Nov 2015

Working for the Man Is Not Everything

It’s hard to believe that I’ve been a part of the #Strella team for 16 months before writing my first post.  Needless to say, it’s time. In case you don’t know me yet, I’m Nathan. Rachel contracts my business to provide services for some of her clients, but I’m also her spouse – a.k.a. her ‘victim of marriage,’ as she eloquently states on a recent...

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Working from Home + Working with Spouse = A Unique Reality

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Nov 2015

Working from Home + Working with Spouse = A Unique Reality

I work from home. And I work with my husband. All day… Every day… Depending on your preferences, this could be a dream job or your worst nightmare. For me, though, I only wish it were that easy to categorize.  Before you think I’m just trying to be funny, allow me to explain. I am a business owner, but I’m also a social media manager...

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Small Business Growth Is Overcoming Excuses

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Sep 2015

Small Business Growth Is Overcoming Excuses

I’ve never been a visionary.  I know, I know. I’m a business owner – how could I not be a visionary? But, I admit it. As a social media manager, I have a myriad of endless details to manage so at least my skills are in line with my trade! But, as we experience growth at #Strella Social Media, we’re tackling more consulting work, which...

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3-Step Formula to Winning the Battle with Time

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Sep 2015

3-Step Formula to Winning the Battle with Time

We live in an era of “time poverty” with no end in sight. A recent article in The Economist explained that, for hundreds of years, time has been understood in relation to money.  According to the article, “once hours are financially quantified, people worry more about wasting, saving or using them profitably.” Being connected 24/7 has only amplified the problem. Then, there are days when setbacks...

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Sky of dark blue with white clouds in summer

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Jun 2015

Small Business Owners: What If…

I’ve worked with small business owners since I launched my own small business in 2010. From start-ups to fourth generation family-owned companies, I’ve witnessed first-hand the challenges that small businesses face on a regular basis. It’s probably no surprise that lack of time and resources are among them. Remaining competitive is a challenge, especially for local businesses who rely on their current customer base to...

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