Category: Guest Bloggers

What Do You Do For A Living?

  Welcome to my guest today, Annette Petrick, the creative genius and inspired storyteller behind the Consider This Radio Show (podcast and website) featuring 90-second episodes serving up “timely perspectives on life, love, friends, family, giving back, and giving thanks.” Use the audio player to listen to this 90-second show…or enjoy reading the transcript below. We business …

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Respond to Invitations: It’s Good Business

Welcome to my guest today: international business etiquette and customer service authority, Lydia Ramsey. Lydia explains why it’s so important to appropriately respond to invitations you receive as a business owner and why it’s good for business. Read more about Lydia below.   Lack of response to invitations is a common occurrence today. Whether the event is …

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How a Virtual Assistant Can Save You Time So You Can Make More Money

I’ve asked my virtual assistant (VA), Tishia Lee, to write an article that explains how a small business owner or solopreneur might benefit greatly—and even become more profitable—by adding a VA to their team. She has some blocks of time available if you want to see what it’s like to work with a VA. Owning a business—whether it’s an online …

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Get Noticed!

Welcome to my guest today, Alexzandra de la Iglesia. She is not only an accomplished business author and speaker, but also CEO and founder of Small Business Academy. I was delighted she was willing to share a post about online visibility she wrote recently for her own blog, The Small Business Café. * * * …

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Dreams + Belief + Action = SUCCESS

Today’s guest blogger is Jorge Gutierrez “Believe it can be done. When you believe something can be done, really believe, your mind will find the ways to do it. Believing a solution paves the way to solution.” – David J. Schwartz In a season where predictions and resolutions run rampant and one’s dreams become possible …

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A Cautionary Tale: Do You Really Own Your Domain Name?

Header from The Word Shark's website

The birth of a website About three years ago, I decided I wanted a website. I researched web designers, exchanged emails with a pile of web designers, looked at their viable sites, and checked out their artwork and graphics. I wanted to be a voracious and nit-picky editor and proofreader – The Word Shark was …

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