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August 2015

A Guide to Erasing Bad Habits – Colleen Mullen

  The Price of Business’s very own contributor and podcaster, Dr. Colleen Mullen, Psy.D., LMFT has been a featured guest blogger on Ted X Speaker Jeffrey I Moore’s EverydayPowerBlog.com.  Her first post “A Guide to Erasing Bad Habits” looks at… Continue Reading →

More Coins in Your Piggy Bank: Fattmerchant’s innovative way to save your business money

  This past week we had the privilege of interviewing the wonderful and talented Suneera Madhani, CEO and founder of Fattmerchant, an exciting business that allows other businesses to capitalize on their profit by offering a service that allows for direct… Continue Reading →

Offering Free Shipping

If you run an ecommerce business of any kind, chances are you’ve already at least considered offering free shipping to your customers. Big multi-national companies like Amazon offer this service as standard across pretty much all of their 200-million plus… Continue Reading →

Salud! Üllo’s Innovative Way to Revolutionize Wine.

This past week we had the privilege of meeting and speaking with James Kornacki, CEO, Founder, and “Chief Wine Revolutionary” at Üllo. Üllo is a revolutionary new wine purification product that removes sulfites to restore the wine to its natural, preservative-free state and allowing… Continue Reading →

The Business and Body Fix – CleanForks.com

This week’s episode of the Coaching Through Chaos Podcast features food and entrepreneurial coach Shelley Davidescu, founder of the Clean Forks.com food and business coaching problem for women. Listen to this podcast @ CoachingThroughChaos.com | Soundcloud | iTunes | Tunein… Continue Reading →

How Both Businesses and Employees are Benefiting From the Growing Telecommuting Trend

There is a growing trend in the American workforce and modern business environment. According to Global Work Analytics, in 2012 there were about 3.3 million Americans who consider their homes as their primary workplace. This trend is not about to… Continue Reading →

Is Global Shipping a Business on the Decline?

Moving goods around the world is an essential part of any economy that exports and imports, and for hundreds of years the shipping industry has done this on behalf of manufacturers and growers of food. They have made and lost… Continue Reading →

The Rise of the Serviced Office: 2015’s Biggest Business Trend

The world of commerce and industry is constantly evolving. The development of new technology, the increased ease of communication, and the economic impact of various factors on international industries all have a part to play, and those who are most… Continue Reading →

Paws for Purple Hearts

My guest today is all about helping others. She’s got such a big heart and it comes through in the way she tells the stories of her work and the birth of her passion. Bonnie Bergin is the CEO of… Continue Reading →

How to be More Productive

These days, with our lives full of possibilities for distraction, it can be hard to feel like you are ever being truly productive. However, while it might be tempting to blame technology and social media for the ease with which… Continue Reading →

Resolution through Collaboration

Who is Stewart Levine? Stewart Levine was an attorney who discovered early on in his practice that he was much better at getting the opposing sides to collaborate and agree on a settlement than having him fight and hold a… Continue Reading →

Resolve the Conflict 0R Win the Fight – Coaching Through Chaos – Dr. Colleen Mullen

 This weeks episode features expert, author & speaker Stewart Levine talking to us about resolving conflict through collaboration.  He has a proven method for getting people to work together to resolve the conflict rather than “winning the fight”.

The Hurricane and the Honeymoon

This is the story of hundreds of thousands of peoples’ relationships right now. When you love someone with an addiction, life often feels like you cycle between a hurricane and a honeymoon. I grew up on Long Island, about an… Continue Reading →

Branding with Cafe Grumpy

How important is branding to you?  Caroline Bell, CEO of Cafe Grumpy: Branding has been very important for our business.  We didn’t have a business plan when we opened, but we had a logo!  We always wanted the grumpy coffee… Continue Reading →

Creativity Restored by Human Instruments

Today’s episode of the Coaching Through Chaos Podcast features the Human Instruments company. They are creating musical instruments for people who otherwise thought they could only listen, rather than create beautiful music. I’m talking with Vahakn Matossian, a designer and… Continue Reading →

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