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How to Write a Good Story for Your Business

July 11, 2014

By: Pamela DeLoatch

Can you tell a good story? Many businesses want to use storytelling to spread their message in an interesting and memorable way. But despite their best intentions, they often lack one key element.

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But First, Let's Talk About Me

June 25, 2014

By: Pamela DeLoatch

Talk about my personal life during a business meeting? That's usually a no-no, but sometimes sharing our personal stories helps us build relationships and ultimately reap business benefits.

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Life as a Millennial

June 25, 2014

By: Mallory Flynn

Two years ago, at 23, I wrote a blog post about navigating early adulthood. At 25, many of my same findings hold true. In fact, many of the things I began to notice at 23 have only grown more extreme as I’ve reached my mid-20s.  

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Don't Fear the Phone

June 23, 2014

By: Brice Smith

It’s 2014, which means just about everyone has a cell phone. But most people dislike using the phone – at least for actual calls.

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Lessons from Mad Men (and Women)

June 20, 2014

By: Cathy Gordon

I, like many of you, recently mourned the mid-season end of Mad Men’s last season. At least the finale was rich with all the things that make the show masterful—plus, we just might be witnessing Don’s gallant return from exile.

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Wisdom of Our Fathers

June 13, 2014

By: Mallory Flynn

Should I run short of cash, I’ve got a place to stay. When I’ve gotten into trouble and don’t want to tell Mom, I’ve got an open ear. If I’m in need of life advice, I know just where to turn.