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    Measure Your Results!

    Posted April 29, 2015 by Eden Lovejoy

    Are you getting the results you’re looking for?  Maybe you’ve communicated your vision and set motivating goals in place and everyone is focused on helping you get where you want to go, but how will you know it’s all working?  There are three key things to know about measuring your results: Track the right things! […]

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    The Business Success Wheel – How Does it Roll For You?

    Posted April 23, 2015 by Eden Lovejoy

    If your business isn’t rolling along the way you dreamed, schedule a discovery session today!  

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    Big or Small – Set Your Focus for Fall

    Posted October 16, 2014 by Eden Lovejoy

    Kids are in school, leaves are falling from the trees, the days are getting shorter and we’ve all settled into that energetic “go time” that is the back to work feeling of fall.  If you’re in a summer season business like tourism, or construction, fall is a time for wrapping up and reviewing the successes […]

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    Stop and Look. Are you on Track for the Year?

    Posted July 03, 2014 by Eden Lovejoy

    It’s midway through the year, and a perfect time for me to review my goals for 2014.  In January I discovered that the traditional definition of SMART goals felt logical, intellectual and, well, smart. . . but they didn’t do much to inspire me.  I added to the definition of SMART with language that got […]

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    It’s OK to Have Fun!

    Posted June 26, 2014 by Eden Lovejoy

    The theme this week has been “lighten up, give yourself a break, celebrate your successes!” Don’t you think we’re all our own worst critics?  And leadership brings with it a whole ‘nother level of personal critique and judgment.  Yes, it is important to improve, and we can always do better.  Yes, there are times when […]

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    You’ve got the Pain, Are you getting the Gain?

    Posted June 19, 2014 by Eden Lovejoy

    Have you ever made a change in your strategies or style that you’re pretty sure will help your company to run more smoothly, or more profitably, or just plain better?  So you’ve got a strategy, you’ve implemented some new systems or tools, maybe you’ve asked some folks to help you maintain your focus, and now […]

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    Small Business Survey – Results Are In!

    Posted October 14, 2013 by Eden Lovejoy

    Results from the Anchorage Small Business Survey have been compiled and are ready for your review and comment. Summary results indicate small businesses in Anchorage are looking for: More opportunities to market and promote products and services; A culture of local investment, a “Buy Local” campaign; A community investment in education and workforce development; and […]

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    Anchorage Small Business Survey Update

    Posted October 04, 2013 by Eden Lovejoy

    Preliminary results from the Anchorage Small Business Survey were presented at the Anchorage Chamber of Commerce Make it Monday Forum on Monday, September 30, 2013.  This simple survey was designed to capture your “top of mind” ideas on what obstacles are affecting your business and the opportunities you see for your community to support your […]

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    Small Business and Community – Join the Conversation!

    Posted September 18, 2013 by Eden Lovejoy

    Is there a voice of small business that has gone unheard in your community?  I can’t tell you how many times over the years I’ve been told that the needs of small business are misunderstood, that community leaders are focused on big picture issues that don’t reflect the day to day concerns of small business. […]

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