Today, Jill Abramson, former Executive Editor of the New York Times, gave the commencement speech at Wake Forest University. Quite appropriately, Wake Forest requested she speak on resilience. Her controversial firing from the NYT . . .
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Are you guilty of lost time picking through discount racks to NOT find what you need? It is a far more enjoyable shopping experience to “Shop Small.” Since Entrepreneurs are always short on time, small business shops and services can be… Read More ›
Since my business demographic is primarily boomers, I know better. I’m a boomer, too. And I know full well that we boomers had to conquer and endure the pioneering stages of modern technology. Nothing, and I mean nothing, today is as hard to master as MS-DOS was. . .
A conversation with my husband today over his Facebook business page – one of many over the last few years :s
Hubby: Why can’t I get my blog post to show up on my business page? I clicked SHARE!
Me: You clicked on the share link at the bottom of the post again, didn’t you?
Hubby: Well, YEEEAH. I wanted to SHARE my post . . .
The critical ingredient is getting off your butt and doing something. It’s as simple as that. A lot of people have ideas, but there are few who decide to do something about them now. Not tomorrow. Not next week. But… Read More ›