Therapy comes in many forms. I know a radio personality who refers to her time off as ‘mental health days.’ Personally, I see the sauna, a great massage, shopping or a long walk as major reliefs. Other times, I may end up on some friend’s sofa. Where ever the help comes from the goal is to feel better and move forward. [Read more…]
From Harry the Hawk working it out on the dance floor before a wine tasting. To the word-covered, white sofas on the lawn reminding you of delicious dishes like Tabbouleh, Falafels and Ratatouille. The diverse sea of people that show up each year for Taste of Atlanta always have plenty to see, do and eat.
After all, we came for the food.
And whether you’re a foodie or just a hungry sister who neglected to eat breakfast (that’s me), there’s a mouthful at this event. Making it an ideal opportunity for local restaurants to market their business — if they do it right. [Read more…]
As a creative person in business it’s easy to lose yourself in the work —especially if you enjoy doing it. For me that’s writing.
I can slip into a sense of timelessness while working on something that I’m passionate about. But what about the rest of it: the money management, the team management, and particularly the marketing.
Unfortunately (or fortunately, depending on how you look at it), our products, and that includes books and services, won’t sell themselves. And in order for you to sell them effectively, you have to [Read more…]
In business innovation is the word. It’s said so much that if it was a song, then the radio has given it too much airplay. Isn’t it time for something new? Well, maybe not. [Read more…]