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3 Things I Learned About Navigating Life Transitions

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Mar 2014

3 Things I Learned About Navigating Life Transitions

You may have noticed that my blog has taken more of a personal approach in the recent weeks. Well, there’s a lot going on right now – in my personal and business life. There may be more to come on both, but for the purpose of this blog, I thought I would share some revelations. Perhaps it will guide you when you’re navigating major life...

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Mar 2014

Social Media in Regulated Industries: Practices Apply to All

Social media for regulated industries is a hot topic – and one that’s shrouded in mystery.  Cracking the code to this beast is a challenge due to the multiple layers of risk and the unclear rules surrounding how social media is legally categorized. If there’s anything I’m up for, it’s a challenge, and one that I took head on as I prepared a ten minute...

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Entrepreneurship is Risky Business

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Mar 2014

Entrepreneurship is Risky Business

If I’ve learned anything from being an entrepreneur, it’s that sometimes you have to take risks to get what you want.  And I’ve had my share of risks over the years.  In fact, I thought I would share my top three entrepreneurial leaps and my formula for deciphering. 1. Quitting my day job.  For some, making the decision to start a business is the first...

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Tips for Communicating with the Hearing Impaired

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Dec 2013

Tips for Communicating with the Hearing Impaired

Over the past 14 years, I’ve experienced gradual, but significant hearing loss.  A car accident, which left me with head trauma and subsequent hearing impairment, sealed my fate at a young age. Hearing loss is not something noticeably visible. Being a business owner, I want to focus on what I can bring to the table, rather than my shortcomings, so I usually do not open...

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How to Know When It’s Time to Fire a Client

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Nov 2013

How to Know When It’s Time to Fire a Client

I debated whether or not to write this blog. My husband, and in-house PR expert, heard the title and feared I would air my dirty laundry. I assured him that’s not the case. Truthfully, the reason I chose this topic is not to call out anyone or to express residual anger. In fact, some of the points I make here don’t apply to my personal...

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