Daily Archives : September 1, 2019

A Full Plate

Stephanie Stence grew up in a family that has been in the local restaurant business for “generations,” as she said, so it seemed only natural that she would follow that same path.  Her maiden name is Brown, a name that,…

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This Follow-Up Email Will Keep Leads in Your Pocket

There’s a wide range of ways to measure the success of a tradeshow you attend as an exhibitor. But for most people, what matters more than anything else is the number of leads you generate at the show. Even more important?…

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The ‘Internet of Things’ is Changing Our Daily Lives

Ask people what the Internet of Things is and the most common response will be a puzzled look. While the general public is typically unaware of the Internet of Things, it is expected to revolutionize how we interact with technology,…

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The Best Way to Support Your Kid’s Coach? Let Them Do Their Job

I officially became a “soccer mom” last year when my 8-year-old daughter joined the town soccer team. She loves playing the sport and interacting with the other girls.  Being part of the team has entailed traveling to other towns. Sometimes we’ve witnessed other…

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How to Cope When a Loved One Dies from Suicide

Ashley McSweeney will never forget the day. She was a junior in high school when she received notice to report to the guidance counselor’s office. When she arrived at the office, her father was there with the counselor. Her father…

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