The Beautiful Unexpected

In October 1978, I boarded a C-130 bound for Greenland. It was a long 4-hour flight from Goose Bay, Labrador, wrapped in a wool blanket and sitting on a fold down web cot in the cargo bay. This was the beginning of a one-year assignment in the Miami

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10 Things Highly Intuitive People Do Differently

A friend recently share “10 Things Highly Intuitive People Do Differently“. Learning to develop greater intuition can lead to a more positive and healthy lifestyle. Below is the list: They listen to their inner voice They take time for solitude They create They practice mindfulness They observe everything

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The Opportunity in Volunteering

Our communities thrive when there is a large pool of committed volunteers serving at all levels of the non-profit and civic organizations. We often focus on what volunteers are giving. But talk to volunteers and ask why they are involved and you will soon learn that they are

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Sneaky Ways to a Healthier Day

Creating long-lasting healthy habits can be daunting, but there are many small changes you can make in your day-to-day habits that add up in the long run. Sneak in some of these minor changes each day to feel healthier and more energized! Get Steppin’ Take more steps throughout

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Great Things Are Happening

Right here, right now – in Venango County and throughout the region – great things are happening! I know because every week I’m working with new startup companies, small businesses on the move, and manufacturing companies that are shipping product across the country. These are stories that should be

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What Your Trade Show Booth Needs

It can be overwhelming for a small company to attend its first, or even its fifth, trade show. There’s a huge amount of planning that goes into this type of business endeavor, from booking hotels to securing a spot to planning an itinerary.  However, your booth itself could

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Celebrating Small Businesses

As a marketing company, it’s rewarding to watch our customers’ businesses grow. Every day we work with small and medium-size businesses; primarily several employees to 100. These are our community’s entrepreneurs, providing products and services that grow our local economy. Ten, twenty, fifty, or a hundred of these

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Professional Courtesy

It’s important to know your competition – know their strengths and their weaknesses. A keen understanding of what they do better will motivate you to improve and innovate. Knowing what you do better helps you structure your sales and marketing efforts. Publicly criticizing your competition is not only

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