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The Lifeblood of Business

Customers truly are the lifeblood of business, so it’s important that you take care of the ones you have.

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Marketplace Spotlight: Renea Miller – Marc Realty

For Renea Miller, working in real estate isn’t just about selling houses; it’s about helping people. Her real estate journey began in 1989.

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Have you lost that loving feeling?

Do you love your business? As a small business owner, your relationship with your business can go through ups and downs.

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Marketplace Spotlight: Andra Hammond – Mary Kay

In addition to selling Mary Kay, Andra Hammond works at Garcia’s and the Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium as a CAD designer technician.

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See the New Year Clearly in 20/20

And just like that, it’s 2020. Well, whatever the cliché is, what better time of year is there to take a fresh look at your business?

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‘Tis the Season…

Many non-profits and charitable organizations are out there. Where does a person start? Start with something near and dear to your heart.

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Marketplace Spotlight: Kelly Strong – Strong Aesthetics

Seven years after the opening of Strong Aesthetics, Kelly has more than proved to herself that being an esthetician can be a "real job".

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Getting Started

Did you know that Lexie's Café has been around before? The current location is actually the third incarnation of Lexie's Café.

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Marketplace Spotlight: Mary McCormick (All Life is Yoga)

All Life is Yoga offers classes for everyone. People of all ages have a safe place for breathing, stretching, and self-awareness.

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Recommendations, Referrals, and Research – oh my!

Referrals can expand your business exponentially, but most don’t realize that. Encourage your clients to tell people how amazing you are!

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Marketplace Spotlight: Aisha Hanson – Young Living Essential Oil

With wellness as a focus in society, Aisha loves that Young Living essential oils can easily be made into lotions and other DIY creations.

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Broaden your Horizons

A growth mindset can mean many things. If you don't think you can do more, it's pretty hard for your business to grow.

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