Business Coach Dana Corey: Letting Go of a Client

Dana Corey

Dana Corey presents her brand new workshop “The Five Fundamentals of Freedom, Flexibility, and Fun” at Pregame HQ on October 11 – sign up here. Sometimes I’ve been really pressed to remember the long term view instead of getting hung up […]

Your CFO: Successfully Launching Your Second Location

Projection Theory Slant Rhyme Institute, Solo Installation at Neu Kirche Contemporary Art Center, Pittsburgh

Liquidation sales, covered windows, “Closed for business” signs on the doors…the remnants of a good idea gone wrong. What makes an otherwise successful business fail when opening its second location? I see it often – the potential was there and […]

What I Learned From Building a Conference in 35 Days

ConnectorCon Michael Roderick

Back in December of 2012 I hosted the first ConnectorCon while I was still working in business development at an educational technology start up. I had been to a conference earlier that year that I was not impressed with and […]

Assessing Your Present Circumstances: The One Sentence that Realigns My Perspective

Sunia Gibbs Art - Rivers

With this month’s focus on challenges, setbacks, and failures, I thought I’d share my favorite tool that keeps me grounded both in business and in life. The tool is actually a philosophy: Whatever is in front of you is your teacher. […]

From 9-5 Survive to Career Thrive

Shanti Grumbine, Surge (From “Genizah”), 2015, de-acidified New York Times newspaper, jade glue, matte medium, UV archival spray, nails, magnets, 24 x 30 inches

Working the 9-5 is showing up simply in order to get a paycheck. Having a job is a survival mechanism rather than a thriving mechanism. So how do we take a job from surviving to thriving? By having a fulfilling […]