Do You AssUMe Too Much About Your Prospects?

Organic Growth Coach

I recently had a wonderful revelation about target marketing and getting to know who you are working with.   I was facilitating our SW mastermind on the Milwaukee Business Professionals MeetUp and we had the distinct pleasure of meeting the day after Christmas. I could have canceled the meeting, but just hate it when people … Continue reading

Day of the Dead

Day of the Dead.

Birthstone Origins

I found this message very interesting and wanted to share. It is all about the history of birthstones. I am learning more and more everyday about these precious stones. I am intrigued by their “earthy powers” and how they have such a great effect on humans. I am a Gemini (June baby) and apparently have … Continue reading

Pet Lovers, Beware of Potential Poisons in Your Purse

Rusty and Princess sitting 2007

I found this article from Dr Karen Becker.  check it out pet lovers. 5 Pet Poisons Hiding in Your Purse, Backpack or Work Bag Posted By: Dr. Becker on January 26 2012 | 5,566 views Story at-a-glance Many pet parents inadvertently bring harm to their dog or cat by simply leaving a purse, backpack or … Continue reading

Dog Business Bags That Biodegrade

You probably already know what a little tree-hugger I am…  and how much I love my doggie, so the fact that I found this product won’t surprise you much at all. Check out these Doggy Business Bags. They’re Pet conscious and earth friendly…aka good shi#! http://www.bambeco.com/Pet-Accessories/Spike-Business-Bags.asp#ReviewQnAAnchor Big picture; http://www.bambeco.com/itemimages/Spike-Business-Bags267.jpg   Business Bags $6.00 Corn-based Business … Continue reading

Remembering Tom Conway

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I really wish I didn’t have this material to post. As was the case one year ago, my Husband Joe had the task of giving a eulogy for a direct family member. Last July was Mom, now his Brother Tom Conway.  He gave me a copy of his notes that he used during the service … Continue reading

New Babies Have Arrived – Baby Yellow Squash

I was delighted this morning when I got home from my morning jog with my fur kid Rusty. I peeked into the flower pot where I planted some delicious yellow squash seedlings from my Sister in Law Maureen. (now affectionately called Mo’s Yellow)  I had seen some huge orange flowers and knew they were on … Continue reading

Do your possessions make you happy?

But Will It Make You Happy? by Stephanie Rosenbloom Monday, August 9, 2010 Share retweet Email Print provided by Tammy Strobel and her husband, Logan Smith, in their pared-down, 400-square-foot apartment in Portland, Ore. (Leah Nash for The New York Times) She had so much. More from NYTimes.com: • Boss’s Stumble May Also Trip Hewlett-Packard … Continue reading

Exciting Trip to CO with Joe, Part 2

Exciting Trip to CO with Joe, Part 2; After a long and interesting drive, (see previous post) we arrived in Colorado on Friday July 23rd. I was instantly in love as we approached Colorado Springs and the entire expansive mountain range came into view. The mountains here are amazing, and include Pike’s Peak. Wow!! We … Continue reading

Warnings for Dog Owners -Poisonous Foods

If you have a dog … PLEASE read this and send it on.  If you don’t have a dog, please pass along to friends who do. Written by: Laurinda Morris, DVM Dan ville Veterinary Clinic Dan ville , OH This week I had the first case in history of raisin toxicity ever seen at MedVet. … Continue reading