If you’re like me, you never have your best ideas when you’re sitting at your desk. It is always when you’re out walking or talking to someone or driving in your car.
Ideas are free, but turning them into products requires time and money.
Four years ago, I met Jennifer Crawford virtually. Since then we’ve had multiple conversations about business, marketing and podcasting and more
Goals are an important part of a successful business, but we often don’t achieve them as quickly as we would like.
Sagan Morrow explains that energy management is truly at the root of effective time management.
Deseri Garcia of Vida Aventura, outlines several things to keep in mind before you head off to a strategic team building retreat
Before you look for answers elsewhere, Lauralee Hites suggests you should look inside.
Want to start a conversation? Start with a question. That’s what Robby Slaughter does every single day on Facebook.
Feeling overwhelmed, with too many things on your to-do list or a giant task standing between you and success? Today’s conversation with Andrea Liebross may be just what you need to look at things a little differently.
Are you constantly comparing yourself to other people to see how you measure up or are you proudly different?
This week our guest Davide Di Giorgio thinks that perhaps cases you’re suffering from “Comparanoia.”
When you shop local, the money stays in your local community, growing your home town economy. This week, Indiana Originals co-founder, Mel McMahon talks about her mission to to create healthier, stronger communities and more jobs in Indiana.
What does it take to build a community? That is the question I asked this week’s guest, Jess Kupferman, the co-founder of She Podcasts a community for women podcasters.