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July 2015

4 Improvements You Should Make to Your Website

If you’re trying to make your company’s website more competitive in the highly congested world of Internet traffic, you’re up against some stiff competition. Fortunately, there are many ways that anyone can use to make their website more appealing and… Continue Reading →

Hope Paige: Medical ID Marketplace

1. Tell us about your business/for purpose organization (how long have you been in business, what is your specialty, products or services, how many employees you have, etc.): Hope Paige was originally founded to create awareness products for charities. After… Continue Reading →

Did you Ask your Mother?: Permission Click, the future of permission slips

Tell us about your business/for purpose organization (how long have you been in business, what is your specialty, products or services, how many employees you have, etc.): Permission Click is a Canadian-based education technology startup simplifying the lives of teachers,… Continue Reading →

From the Ground Up: Building More with ODC Construction

Tell us about your business/for purpose organization (how long have you been in business, what is your specialty, products or services, how many employees you have, etc.): ODC Construction is an industry leading residential construction services company. ODC builds the… Continue Reading →

Move over Punks, it’s Auntie’s Day and the PANKs are Here!

Melanie Notkin author of “Otherhood: Modern Women Finding a New Kind of Happiness” is my guest today on this early edition of the Coaching Through Chaos Podcast. She’s here to talk about circumstantial infertility, a concept she coined in her… Continue Reading →

Marcus Wagner Welcomes You To AcctTwo !

Welcome to AcctTwo with Marcus Wagner! Marcus Wagner – Founder and CEO Marcus has more than 20 years of experience working with small, medium, and large companies in the areas of financial accounting and auditing, process and internal controls consulting,… Continue Reading →

Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses

  Jane Henry of XCution, a Price of Business Contributor, had Cathy Landry, Executive Director of Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses. Learn more about it at  www.hccs.edu/10ksb. To learn more about XCution, visit www.xcution.com.

Financial success begins at Home

If money discussions bring chaos to your household, Jeff Motske, Certified Financial Planner and author of the book ‘The Couples Guide to Financial Compatibility’ will help bring order back to your living room. In this interview, he speaks about the… Continue Reading →

Let “The Boston Shaker” Make Your Best Cocktail Yet

1. Tell us about your business/for purpose organization (how long have you been in business, what is your specialty, products or services, how many employees you have, etc.): I started The Boston Shaker in 2008 when I was looking for… Continue Reading →

The College Checklist for Parents: What is your Millennial Missing?

  Now that summer is moving along and we are about 6 weeks from the start of the fall semester, much is being written about preparing college students for the upcoming semester.  For most families, preparation involves trips to retail… Continue Reading →

Warning Signs of Depression – Do you Know Them?

When we think of depressed people, we often imagine them alone, sleeping away the day and night. For as much as sleeping too much and social isolation are symptoms of depression, it’s not always the case that it is so… Continue Reading →

Corporate Memory Solutions with Michael Rager

Michael Rager Welcomes You To Corporate Memory Solutions! In the past 25 years Michael Rager’s career has taken many turns leading him to his sweet spot as President and CEO Corporate Memory Solutions (CMS). Rager has 25 years of experience… Continue Reading →

How to Make Your Litigation As Adversary Respect (or Fear) You – Lee Kaplan

Five things come to mind.  Four of them you can affect; as to the fifth item, if you’re not as blessed as your adversary in that regard, you can overcome. Go to trial whenever it makes sense—and don’t look for… Continue Reading →

Mental Strength training with Amy Morin

This week’s episode focuses on resiliency, or mental strength. Following tragic losses in her life, Amy Morin LCSW wrote a list to remind herself how to keep going. Shared on lifehacker, the list went viral, then flooded Forbes. Amy’s worldwide… Continue Reading →

How to Be a Good Landlord

Wouldn’t you rather be known as a good landlord rather than being referred to as a “slumlord”? All too often, tenants are faced with landlords that focus on only collecting rent rather than maintaining a nice property. It’s always better… Continue Reading →

5 Simple Tips For More Successful Business Meetings

The prospect of yet another meeting probably fills your employees with dread. In many cases, that’s perfectly acceptable. Meetings tend to be a real drag, and often achieve nothing apart from starting a few arguments and raise blood pressure. However,… Continue Reading →

Welcome to Brilliant Energy!

  Richard Wakim welcomes you to Brilliant Energy! Brilliant Energy is a Houston-based retail electricity provider who has served Texans since 2007. We believe in creating a great customer experience, providing competitive prices and facilitating constant improvement. We care about… Continue Reading →

Active RX – Local Entrepreneur Opens Strengtherapy Center for Older Adults in Sugar Land

              FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                    CONTACT:   Alicia Ogierman, Fishman PR                                                … Continue Reading →

6 Money Mistakes Newlyweds Should Avoid

Be it choosing a car loan or making plans for a home, newlyweds have major decisions to make. Summer wedding season is in full swing and newlyweds will soon be managing their finances as a pair. First National Bank and… Continue Reading →

Local Entrepreneur Opens Strengtherapy Center for Older Adults in Sugar Land

Sugar Land is the latest home to a company that is achieving its mission of helping older Americans to age successfully, restore vitality and gain the ability to live life to its fullest through its scientifically proven Strengtherapy® System that… Continue Reading →

Watching out for our Vets

Listen to this podcast @ CoachingThroughChaos | Soundcloud | iTunes || RSS feed If you start to follow along with the podcast, you may start to guess that I have very strong feelings about our Country being ill-prepared for treating… Continue Reading →

Meet Take On College at Lifetime Fitness!

Hello Lifetime Fitness Member! Take On College has recently started a partnership with two LifeTime Fitness locations, in Montvale, and in Berkeley Heights. Physical fitness is a huge aspect of peak performance coaching, so we’re really excited to be part… Continue Reading →

Parents of College Students: Partnership Is Key For Your Return On Investment!

Reduce College Transition Anxiety and Maximize the Return on College Investment through Five Parent-Student Partnership Strategies During this critical time for college bound students and their parents, Dr. Joel Ingersoll, founder of Take On College highlights key strategies to reduce… Continue Reading →

On Leadership: Small Gestures, Lasting Inspiration

Effective leaders have the unique ability to inspire others around them. In essence they are the coaches that you want to play for every day because they instill confidence, develop and celebrate talent, and inspire meaningful creativity, experience, and effort…. Continue Reading →

What are the Differences Between Small Business Venture and a Startup

When we hear the word “startup,” what usually crosses our minds? We immediately begin playing a reel of a bunch of twenty-something year old web developers, huddled together in a retro office somewhere in the SF Bay Area. A lighthearted… Continue Reading →

Need to Bounce Back? How to Rally this Summer for the Fall Semester!

Congrats college students! Finals are finished, grades are posted, and summer is close to kicking off. How do you rate your performance and overall experience during the spring semester? What goals did you fulfill? If you had a great, successful… Continue Reading →

On Leadership: Small Gestures, Lasting Inspiration

Effective leaders have the unique ability to inspire others around them. In essence they are the coaches that you want to play for every day because they instill confidence, develop and celebrate talent, and inspire meaningful creativity, experience, and effort…. Continue Reading →

5 Real Business Welfares of Video Conferencing

There was a time that setting up a meeting between two people from separate locations via video was fodder for science fiction movies and TV shows. How things have changed since then! From something thought to be impossible, it has… Continue Reading →

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