6 Different Leadership Styles and How to Use Each One (Guest Contribution from Keith Coppersmith)

The following post comes to us from Keith Coppersmith, an experienced business consultant who serves small businesses and startups. Being simply a "boss" is relatively straight forward. You sign paychecks, hire people, let them go, invest, take part in various operations to run your business, then go home and do it all again the next … Continue reading 6 Different Leadership Styles and How to Use Each One (Guest Contribution from Keith Coppersmith)

Top 10 Blog Posts on Life and Entrepreneurship in 2018

Happy New Year’s Eve! Whether your plans to ring in the New Year are big and fancy or small and casual, at midnight tonight our clocks will all tick forward to 2019. While today is a day that we tend to start looking toward the future and planning for the New Year, there’s one more … Continue reading Top 10 Blog Posts on Life and Entrepreneurship in 2018

How to Write Objectively on a Personal Topic

We all have at least one area of expertise in our life. When it comes to sharing this knowledge with other people, whether it be on our website, blog, social media or newsletter, it can be challenging to stay objective and make it relatable to an audience who doesn’t share this same expertise. A similar […]

4 Reasons to Keep an Updated Resume – Even When You’re Not Looking for a Job

If you’ve been settled into your current job, even for just a year, it may be time to revisit and update your resume. You might be thinking “Why would I spend my time on that? I enjoy my job and have no plans to leave anytime soon.” Unfortunately, our economy and personal situations are equally … Continue reading 4 Reasons to Keep an Updated Resume – Even When You’re Not Looking for a Job

Parenthood: Adjusting to the Ever-Changing “New Normal”

On August 4, 2012, my definition of family changed. Newly married, my family became me, my husband and one particularly ornery cat. We worked to re-establish our daily routines as we learned each other’s habits and quirks. Our staggered steps turned into a beautiful dance and eventually I couldn’t remember what life was like before … Continue reading Parenthood: Adjusting to the Ever-Changing “New Normal”

Finding Balance as a Work at Home Mom

A while back, I used the term “Hybrid Mom” to describe my work-life scenario since my son Holden entered the world in May 2013. Now just over two years since I adjusted to this new (and wonderful) role as a Work at Home Mom (WAHM), I’ve learned quite a few things about maintaining, as well … Continue reading Finding Balance as a Work at Home Mom

How to Write Objectively on a Personal Topic

We all have at least one area of expertise in our life. When it comes to sharing this knowledge with other people, whether it be on our website, blog, social media or newsletter, it can be challenging to stay objective and make it relatable to an audience who doesn’t share this same expertise. A similar … Continue reading How to Write Objectively on a Personal Topic

Why Your Blog is So Important for Adding a Human Element

How would you describe the content on your website right now? Is it attention-grabbing, accurate, fun, outdated, stale or boring? I can’t stress enough the importance of quality content on your website. When trying to squeeze as much information as we can into the limited time and space we have to make a first impression, … Continue reading Why Your Blog is So Important for Adding a Human Element

My Personal Experience with Personal Fundraising: Tips to Help You Reach Your Goals

On Saturday, August 9th I took on a difficult challenge that pulled me outside my comfort zone. The physical endurance was only one aspect that made this experience unlike anything I’ve ever done. The personal fundraising for a charitable cause was completely new to me as well. As I wrote in my blog explaining the GORUCK … Continue reading My Personal Experience with Personal Fundraising: Tips to Help You Reach Your Goals

When an Introvert Takes a Family Vacation

The last week of June, we took a lovely family vacation to North Carolina where we enjoyed a week of fun in the sun with my parents, two sisters, their husbands and two toddlers. It was a full house! I wouldn’t trade these memories for anything in the world. However, this week was a reminder … Continue reading When an Introvert Takes a Family Vacation