Posts Tagged ‘motivation’

What’s a Solopreneur? Me

Last Saturday, I attended my first “Solopreneur” conference in downtown Minneapolis at CoCo. (CoCo stands for collaborating and coworking). Besides being an energizing and engaging half day session in the old Grain Exchange building, I walked away with a new sense of who I am. I met other solopreneurs, just like me, which was a…

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“On the Edge of Greatness”

About 6-7 years ago, I lunched with a collegue who was familiar with the outdoor industry, but really knew communications – especially media training and crisis comm. He intrigued me with his depth of knowledge and I certainly saw him as somewhat of a mentor. So he stunned me when, during this lunch, he said…

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Do Well at Your Job

Hiring managers want one thing from a prospect – someone who loves their current job and doesn’t want to leave. In fact, the more that person doesn’t want to leave, the more the hiring manager wants them to fill THEIR position. But it’s not just a fact of loving your job – you actually have…

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7:59:59

She pulled into her company’s parking lot and found a stall facing the entrance. She turned off the vehicle and instead of gathering her purse and lunch, she sat there in the cold. The clock read 7:57 She stared at the building entrance and watched her coworkers drudge through the snow to begin their day.…

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Wing Man of the Pig Man – Part II

This is the second part of a guest blog post by Justin Cook, Business Manager for Pig Man of Pig Man: The Series. Justin will now dive into day-to-day operations of keeping Pig Nation in tip-top form. A day as the wing man of the Pig Man now is much different than it would have…

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