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Thoughts From the Coffee Table: Don’t go with the flow. Skip rocks instead. It’s easy to get stuck when faced with a challenge. It can feel easier to go with the flow and be propelled along, allowing the river of life to take you on its destined path. Why fight it? But when I have […]

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Can a gutsy career move pay off? Our guest today says yes! In fact, he is living (and working) proof of that.
Arie Brish is a cross-functional expert in growth strategies, commercializing innovation, change leadership and turn-around.
He is also a best s…

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Are your front-facing employees creating exceptional customer experiences? Are they fully aligned to your brand story? If you can’t answer with a resounding YES!, then our guest today has a solution for you.
Chris Wallace is the Co-Founder and President …

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What does ecology and scientific principle have to do with marketing. Everything, according to our guest today.
An ecologist who became a marketer, Ethan Decker is now a brand scientist. He takes a very long – and sometimes peculiar – view on humans, bra…

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Are you leaving pots of money all over? Our guest today bets that you are. And she should know. She helps businesses to shed light on where these pots are hidden throughout their organizations.
Olivia Friedman is futurist and a small business emergency r…

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Thoughts From the Coffee Table: Life might be a box of chocolates, but heaven is filled with Macaroons. I can see it now. The light at the end of the tunnel. Vaccines getting rolled out. Businesses coming back. Hints of Spring. One year ago I was working on slide decks for 5 speaking gigs, my […]

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Thoughts From the Coffee Table: You can’t help but smile at a Scrub Daddy! In December I took care of my grandchildren while their parents got away for a much-needed break. While there, I bought a Scrub Daddy. I have one and love it. After all, the last year has taught us the importance of […]

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Thoughts From the Coffee Table: It’s not an insult. Groupers really are ugly. And also delicious. Last week I was speaking with someone about the “little exaggerations” that people put on their resumes. He said “Most of the exaggerations are just that. They aren’t lies, but rather they inflate the positives in a way that […]

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Thoughts From the Coffee Table: I am definitely an “in the box” thinker. I have dedicated Mondays in 2021 to business planning. How am I doing so far? I’d give myself a B-. I’m having difficulty with my dang email inbox. So yesterday I put myself in timeout. Seriously. I shut off my email and […]

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Thoughts From the Coffee Table: It’s always darkest before you break out above the clouds. 2020 sucked. Don’t get me wrong, there were also positives. But I think we can all agree that we could all use a vacation. Last month I went to take care of my grandchildren while their parents got a few […]

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