I have had an idea for a book that I’ve wanted to write for some time. The problem lies in the fact that I don’t like to write. That puts me in a bit of a quandary. When I was in school as a kid, I wasn’t one of those kids that could write pages […]

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The internet has obviously changed the way we live, do business and even play. With the developments of the recent economy, there is always something new surfacing to help the consumer save money and to help businesses make money. Fast forward to sites like Groupon, Screaming Deals and Living Social to name a few. When […]

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At some point in our lives we will all experience the loss of a loved one. Robyn Reynolds of Organize2Harmonize knows firsthand that this is all too true. Along with dealing with the loss of the person also comes the realization that we are now responsible for the things they’ve left behind. Some may be […]

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Taxes, taxes, taxes…Fun times are ahead. With the tax deadline rapidly approaching, some people are scrambling. Scrambling to find receipts and scrambling to organize them. Robyn Reynolds, owner of Organize2Harmonize, a professional organizational company suggests the following to make tax time a little more manageable. Even if your receipts and important papers are not organized, […]

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As I am learning, there is more to starting a business than just helping clients. First you have to get the clients. For a lot of people that tends to be the most daunting part. For me, I know where I am today and where I want to be but I don’t always know how […]

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The concept of customer service vs. profitability is kind of like what came first the chicken or the egg. In order to be more profitable you have to have better customer service. But how do you have better customer service without customers? And of course, you need the customers to be profitable. So what exactly […]

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Building a business definitely has its ups and downs. In the beginning there are lows trying to figure out what to do and how to build the business and there are highs when the calls come in and you start to get clients. Every day we are constantly hustling the phone, running from one place […]

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So you decide to start a business… And you have a family. Maybe a spouse, a kid or two or more, parents, in-laws, etc… How do you juggle them all? Being a single mother of late and no family nearby I find it extremely challenging to juggle it all -my schedule, her schedule, babysitters, play […]

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I am the type of person that I sometimes act without thinking things all the way through. That’s sometimes good and sometimes not so good. When I decided t start my company I just plowed ahead and just started. I got business, started networking and got clients. What else did I need right? Apparently I […]

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The past couple of weeks have been very busy. Juggling my daughter and her summer schedule and the business is definitely a challenge. Finding reliable babysitters is the most challenging part of all. Nonetheless, I think networking has become my new job title. I try to get to as many events as I can to […]

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