Posts by natalie

What’s Your Word for 2014?

One of our recent family discussions around the dinner table centered on the task of choosing one word to describe yourself. Limited to just one word to represent the whole – what would it be? (Aren’t you glad you are not one of our teenagers?!) After much debate, discussion and offered opinions, we all settled…

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How to launch back into your career

For whatever the reason, you have been out of the workplace for a while and are ready to jump back in. The traditional career path is almost non existent these days, so make your caree the one you desire. We get a lot of questions about the best way to get started or how to…

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Six Tips to Career Satisfaction

addONE hosted a lunch and learn last month with a focus on how to add strategy to your career. Jeffery Halter spoke and gave some great tips on how to create and map out career and life goals. Here are a six tips to create the career path of your choosing: 1. Focus on your strengths,…

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Two steps to a career plan

Career planning is not a one time event. You should consistently evalauate and adjust throughout your life time. As you gain more life experiences, you will re-evaluate what is important to you and where you are in your life, then plan accordingly. Or at least you should…but where to start? We all use maps (ok,…

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Become your own Kevin Bacon – 9 Networking Tips

Remember the Six Degrees of Keven Bacon game? It was based on the six degrees of separation theory, which poses that any two people on Earth are six or fewer acquaintance links apart. Well, networking can help you become Kevin Bacon in your work space. Last spring I wrote about  joining the LinkedIn party to network online, but we all…

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5 Tips for Home Office Productivity

I recently read a great post, 14 Things I DON’T Miss From my Day Job, which made me start thinking about how much I enjoy working out of my home office. However, working from home tends to blur the boundaries between work and personal life — if you work too hard, you will have no personal…

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How do you define success?

Money and Power – the traditional methods of measuring success, right? Including the additional aspect of well-being to the measurement mix was the topic of conversation at  The Third Metric last Thursday in New York. The first ever conference focused on a series of discussions that tackled refining success beyond money and power. Such discussion centered around…

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10 Tips to Juggle the Daily Load

I just recently read a blog post regarding the quest for perfectionism in our society. It talks about how we strive for perfection in every aspect of our life: work, marriage, parenting, health, fitness, nutrition, etc. and this leads to an overwhelming feeling. We are bombarded with information, news, and media. Basically we know too much,…

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Cobb B2B Expo-May 17, 2013

Come visit our booth #310 at the Cobb B2B Expo, May 17, 2012 3-7pm at the Cobb Galleria. Learn about how we can help you with your marketing needs–large or small. Win some fun prizes! Pick up a Free Small Biz Marketing Tip Sheet. Schedule a Free Business Assessment!!

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