Opinion


Lurkers, Take Note

23

Aug 2015

Lurkers, Take Note

By Lauren Galli, #Strella Creative Director When I was a little kid, I suffered from excessive curiosity, or in laymen’s terms; I was nosy.  My mom was constantly whispering “MYOB” in my ear, her abbreviated way of telling me to ‘mind my own business.’  She liked to let me know I wasn’t supposed to be in other people’s conversations; listening, but not contributing anything (like...

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Major Life Changes Reinforce Business and Personal Truths

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Jun 2015

Major Life Changes Reinforce Business and Personal Truths

In April of last year, I made the decision to overhaul my life, namely by moving two hours away from my lifelong home and leaving behind the core people in my life – including my family and my husband.  Some of my readers – and of course, my friends – were shocked to learn of this drastic change.  Most of them reached out to me...

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Five Years in Business: You Get Out What You Put In

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Jun 2015

Five Years in Business: You Get Out What You Put In

I welcome milestones simply because they offer perspective.  In preparation for this blog for my five-year business anniversary, I re-read some of my past posts as I achieved hallmarks in my business. It’s funny the lessons I continue to learn – and how much of this is really just a maze. Each year, it’s the hope of coming out better, smarter, richer. Maybe. For me,...

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17

May 2015

There’s No Crying in Social Media

by Lauren Galli, #Strella Creative Director We live in an emotion-driven society, and at times, our emotions have the ability to cloud our judgment. We tend to go in one of two directions, we are either over-sensitive to others or completely insensitive. When considering a social media presence for your business, a qualified social media manager must be able to reach your audience without being...

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03

May 2015

We Live In A Magic Pill Society

Last week, a small business owner client told me that some of his participants in a service-based program reported frustration and disappointment in the end result. He was very careful to explain what this program can and cannot do for them – and he was sure they understood that his job was to position them to acquire a result, but that he cannot guarantee that they will achieve it...

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