Tag Archives: article

Jennifer Stoker Blog Tour: Guest Post On MiscFinds4U

Jennifer Stoker continues her blog tour for her cookbook “She Cooks, She Scores.”  This is the third stop on her tour and she wrote a guest post for MiscFinds4U, a site filled with all kinds of cool stuff that readers and reviewers have found and want to recommend to readers. Jennifer writes about how food […]

Comments ( 0 )

The Tale of the Dueling Ks: The Back Story

Kate Koziol, President, K Squared Communications Do you remember where you were on March 19, 2003?  Kate does because she was at the White House accepting the “Woman Owned Business Star” award from the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council and it was the day that the U.S. attacked Iraq.  While it was an honor to […]

Comments ( 0 )

Just As Nature Intended: The Back Story

Nick Wallace, Co-Founder, Wallace Farms The farm Nick calls home has been in the Wallace family since 1894.  As was typical of many farms back in the day, they raised cattle, grew a handful of crops and raised chickens on this 160-acre farm in Keystone, Iowa.  After WWII, agriculture changed because of the introduction of […]

Comments ( 0 )

The Cream of the Crop: The Back Story

Shelly Herman, Co –Founder, Irv and Shelly’s Fresh Picks It started with a “vision” day at the Chicago Botanic Gardens.  Shelly left her job of ten years, and Irv, her husband was a freelancer at this time. They strolled through the gardens together, spent time alone, and mapped out what they wanted to do both […]

Comments ( 0 )

The Beauty of Blogging: The Big Picture and the Quick Take

Kirsten Lambertsen, Kuratur  Kirsten Lambertsen brings with her 15 years of experience with internet start-ups.  In 1999, she founded and later sold a virtual beauty makeover website.  She is now the founder of Kuratur.  Kuratur lets anyone transform their favorite social media sources into a beautiful, custom, automated web magazine page in under ten minutes […]

Comments ( 0 )

Live Saver: What We Can Learn from Her Side of the Desk

Rita Shuford, Ph.D. of Turning Corners Group  Make decisions with a calm, quiet mind:  Stress and tension compromise your mind.  You are a product of your thoughts:  Choose to use the power of mind, thought and consciousness to create a life that is positive, hopeful and peaceful.   Don’t dwell on the past:  Acknowledge the past […]

Comments ( 0 )

Live Saver: The Back Story

Rita Shuford, Ph.D. of Turning Corners Group Rita and her partners Cam Shuford, Louise Esselstyn and Robie Lovinger joined together to bring their strong belief of innate inner health to those that were wrestling with their own inner demons.  The group wanted to bring workshops, counseling and training programs based on the mind, thought and […]

Comments ( 0 )

Lea Cahill, Atlas Travel’s COO, Quoted in Travel Market Report Article

Lea Cahill, Atlas Travel’s new COO, talked with Travel Market Report’s Fred Gebhart during the 2012 GBTA Convention in Boston.  She was quoted in THIS article on a subject that has major importance within the travel industry.  That topic is the ancillary fees charged by airlines that has been debated for months.    How will […]

Comments ( 0 )

Life Saver: The Big Picture and The Quick Take

The Big Picture Rita Shuford, Ph.D. of Turning Corners Group Rita Shuford is the president and cofounder of Turning Corners Group, a coaching and counseling practice headquartered in Kailua, Hawaii.  The company was founded in 2005 and it centers its work on the principles discovered by Sydney Banks, a noted philosopher and author.  The principles […]

Comments ( 0 )

Social Media Standards? Have they Been Decided Upon?

  THIS is a fascinating article published at Ragan Communications’ website.  The debate over what industry standards need to be placed around social media have raged since social media burst onto the scene as a viable part of a communications/PR/marketing program. The author of the article almost seems to imply that the matter is settled.  That […]

Comments ( 0 )