4 Ways Gossip Hurts Your Business–And What To Do About It

4 Ways Gossip Hurts Your Business–And What To Do About It

Gossip hurts. Whether you are the gossiper, or the gossipee, gossip is damaging. Gossip has been on my mind this week. Two different podcasts I listen to aired episodes about gossip. While preparing a presentation on positive communication, I remembered a time I was deeply hurt by gossip—from someone I trusted. And, sadly, I remembered […]

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Create Beautiful Photographs with Sleeklens Landscape Adventure Workflow

Create Beautiful Photographs with Sleeklens Landscape Adventure Workflow

I’ve been using Photoshop since I bought my first scanner back in 1992, when I discovered the power to retouch and restore old photographs. I was a quick convert to the software and it has been an essential part of my photography workflow ever since. When the digital photography era arrived, and I made the […]

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How to Use Impostor Syndrome to Your Advantage

How to Use Impostor Syndrome to Your Advantage

When I was 19, I decided I would start a photography business to pay my way through college. I had always enjoyed photography and I took a photography class in high school to fill a gap in my schedule.  Based on all that experience, I began photographing friends and family, and when someone suggested I […]

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New Business Space? 4 Professionals that Can Help with the Finishing Touches

New Business Space? 4 Professionals that Can Help with the Finishing Touches

If you’ve recently leased or bought new space for your business, you’ll want to make sure that all the important details are addressed before opening your doors to the public. Certain professionals can assist you with getting your commercial setting in order and ensuring safer conditions for your employees and customers. Hiring these four professionals […]

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Amazing Maui Waterfalls on the Road to Hana

Amazing Maui Waterfalls on the Road to Hana

I love waterfalls. Perhaps it’s from growing up in semi-arid San Diego and spending most of my early travels in the desert Southwest. Or perhaps it’s just marveling at the power of water and the beauty of falling water. I’ve yet to meet a waterfall I didn’t fall in love with. A couple of years […]

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Become a Better Speaker by Studying “I Have a Dream” #martinlutherkingjr

Become a Better Speaker by Studying “I Have a Dream” #martinlutherkingjr

This month we honor Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and his contributions to Civil Rights in the United States. While he sadly remains a controversial figure five decades after his assassination, his impact and his influence on our country is unquestionable. Last weekend I had the opportunity to study Dr. King’s famous “I Have a […]

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