Category: Trust

Taking Innovation to the Next Level: Ester Mae Marketing Pivots to 48 Innovate

Check out the proven enterprise-class innovation process from 48 Innovate, the recent pivot for Ester Mae Marketing.

Debunked Science Myths, Indestructible Reputation Tips and More – My Top 5 Social Shares of the Week

This week’s top 5 social shares consists of valuable branding insights such as how men and women evaluate artwork differently. The artwork piece provides some insight into purchasing decisions. But the number one social share satisfies the inner-geek with some little-known science facts. Debunked Science Myths Business Insider sets the record straight on certain science …

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What Can We Learn from Jesus, Ryan Adams and the Implications for the Triangle?

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Surprised by the title I bet…but it was inspired out of two recent encounters with local entrepreneurs. They both threw out the Jesus reference…the Ryan Adams one is mine. Often you can’t get a speaking gig or a meeting in your hometown, but if someone from the outside comes in, somehow they have instant credibility. …

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We Are All Mockingjays – But Resist the Temptation

I had lots of different titles in my head for this post: Top 10 Most Abused Words in Business; Your BS Business Bingo Card Would Have These Words On It; Stop All the Bruises – Top 10 Words You Should Use Sparingly. Instead I decided to make an analogy – Yes, I admit it is …

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Learn 6 Business and Marketing Lessons From My Garden

Who knew digging in the dirt can offer such insights for business? 6 lessons sure to wow your customers and create long-term habits for business success!

Digital Marketing: Why Customer Service Matters Part 2 – From Flower Seed to Local TV

My friend, Patricia has a mania for growing hollyhocks.  She had some bad luck with a packet of $4 mail order Red Halo seed. They didn’t sprout! Before you think a $4 pack of seed is small potatoes – let me remind you that gardening is THE number one leisure activity. Which makes the mail order …

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Can You Succeed Being Earnest & Positive and Tenacious – and Win!?!

Digging a little deeper into my post from last week, I wanted to highlight two extremely positive, earnest and tenacious entrepreneurs. An inspired gal. Kelsey Ramsden Founder of 4 companies and one of Canada’s leading female entrepreneur and recently shared her 8 Simple Tips for Entrepreneurs with Forbes.  The southern in me  instantly connected to her when she referred to …

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Top 3 Lessons Learned in 2013, and Goals of Change for 2014

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Need a Top 3 List to jump start your year-end and new year? I offer my Top 3 Lessons Learned from 2013 and Top 3 Goals for Change in 2014 from me, an entrepreneur, marketer and community advocate.

Blurred Lines: The NEW Relationship Rules in Business and How to Avoid a Price War.

Learn 3 tips to help build business relationships that prevent a price war.

Well, does she walk the LinkedIn walk? Find out her BIG Mistake. Guest Blogger Heather Kilcrease: @Mrheather Reviews K. Melissa Kennedy’s Profile

Well, does she walk the LinkedIn walk? Find out her BIG Mistake by Guest Blogger Heather Kilcrease: @Mrheather Reviews K. Melissa Kennedy’s LinkedIn Profile.

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