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Amy Wall
Have you ever felt like your marketing efforts weren’t getting the returns that you hoped for? Have you spent too much of your valuable time and money trying to “guess” what kind of marketing will be successful? Introducing InVision Brand Management! We provide a two-part approach to ensure that you know exactly what you need...
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When I started my first business back in 1992, there was no such thing as business coaching. All that existed back then was trial and error to try and run a business successfully. It took me a lot of time and frustration to finally get things working properly, but eventually, my partner and I did...
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This week was a wake-up call for me. Like many others, I experienced a wave of panic as news spread that the FAA had experienced a systems meltdown and temporarily grounded all air traffic. It seemed all too familiar to 9/11, especially since most of my family members fly regularly for their careers and businesses....
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Transitioning to a nomadic lifestyle is an adventure that many entrepreneurs have chosen in recent years, myself included. In Entry 2 of my Glamping Entrepreneur Blog, I mentioned I would explore virtual mailboxes as an option to go paperless. Considering this new nomadic life came the necessary change of finding a new way to manage...
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It’s important to recognize that both giving and receiving are integral components of our lives.There’s something special about the feeling of giving to others. Knowing that you’re contributing to the well-being of those around you can create a deep sense of joy and fulfillment. This feeling is especially true when we are able to personally...
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This past Thanksgiving holiday, I thought I would rent an RV and moochdock at my daughter’s home in Greensboro, North Carolina. This way I would have my own space, some extra stovetop cooking space to help with Thanksgiving dinner, and a cozy spot for my aging Aussies to get away from the chaos. Off we...
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I’m glad to report that the personal paring down of my stuff is progressing. I’ve been able to donate more unworn clothes from my closet using the reviewing process I laid out in my last blog. I am finding more and more recipes to try for my pressure cooker and air fryer. And I’m still...
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As a business leader, it never dawned on me that my attitudes and learned habits about money were negatively influencing the way I ran my business. It caused stress, unneeded worry, and panic. Many times I didn’t seize on great opportunities that really would’ve benefited me and my business. This madness had to stop. I...
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Survey a group of founders about the personality traits that made them successful, and theywill be quick to use words like determination, sacrifice, and hard work. Others will show morehumility and chalk their success up to personality traits like curiosity. Still, others will creditdumb luck.However, there is another personality trait that many of the most...
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As the season begins to change, as the weather gets colder, and as the greenery starts to fade into the vibrancy of fall, aspiration for change begins. For Amy, this means transforming her life as it is into something more. Traveling inspires Amy in her decision to take her life on the road. Currently, as...
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