Go On Holiday, And Take Your Business With You

Wednesday was Boss’s Day and tomorrow is Sweetest Day; on Monday, our Canadian friends were being thankful while we’re celebrating coffee, nuts and chocolate in October. Halloween, one of the biggest retail holidays of the year (second only to Christmas in money spent), looms large at the end of the month. Who am I goingContinue reading “Go On Holiday, And Take Your Business With You”

Winning As The Underdog: Turn Your Weaknesses Into Strengths

I’m only 30 pages into Malcolm Gladwell’s latest, David And Goliath: Underdogs, Misfits, And The Art Of Battling Giants, and I’ve already learned much. This highly publicized new book starts off with a bang, taking a closer look at the ultimate underdog story: David vs. Goliath. Upon further review of this epic confrontation, David wasn’t nearlyContinue reading “Winning As The Underdog: Turn Your Weaknesses Into Strengths”

To Blog, or Not To Blog: That Is the Question

Why do you blog? That’s assuming you do blog, which millions of people do across the world, on millions of different topics for millions of different reasons for audiences of one to (yes, you guessed it) millions. Some blog for business while others type their hearts away purely for pleasure, a way to scratch thatContinue reading “To Blog, or Not To Blog: That Is the Question”

Jumping Off A Cliff: My 1st Year As An Entrepreneur

A year ago today, I took a deep breath and jumped off a cliff. Figuratively speaking, anyway. I left my job in corporate America to start my own business. I was terrified and excited, overwhelmed yet satisfied with my decision, completely burnt out but eagerly looking toward my future. In some ways, it’s been better thanContinue reading “Jumping Off A Cliff: My 1st Year As An Entrepreneur”