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18
Dec

Top 5 Lessons From My First Year Of Consulting

Here we are. Another holiday season, and the end of another arbitrarily decided calendar year. While I’m really not a fan of the whole New Years…

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15
Sep

Monday Morning Mugshots – September 15, 2014

Three truths and a lie. My son has started kindergarten, which makes me realize my kids are growing up way too fast. Your kids probably are,…

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12
Sep

The Charming Life of a Plumber & Other Silly Lies About Entrepreneurship

(Today's photo is courtesy of my good friend Mike Primavera - otherwise known as @primawesome. Besides being a charming plumber on occasion, he's an incredibly talented…

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02
Sep

Mamas, Your Babies Grow Up

A look at LinkedIn Pulse on any given day usually reveals several articles on work/life balance, on what it means to be a working woman, and…

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29
Aug

Deep Nonprofit Thoughts & 6 Tips For Fall

Many nonprofits experience a series of "new year's" throughout the year. There's the calendar new year. There's fiscal new year. Then there's fall - which often…

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27
Aug

On Fences + Neighbours: Setting Boundaries For Success

How many times have you been told that there is no I in team? Likely, a lot. But this adorable oversimplification doesn’t really address reality. Truth…

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20
Feb

Undocumented Meetings Are Useless

Here are 3 questions about meetings for you to consider: Have you ever been to a meeting without an agenda? How about a meeting where nobody…

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30
Jan

The Bullshitter’s Office

A couple of weeks ago, I wrote a piece about *BULLSHIT* here on Colludo. Now, I will continue my investigations into the shitty beast.To recap, by "bullshit"…

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07
Nov

Office Communication: May I Choose?

My previous post for Colludo was a tad sarcastic. I tried to write it straight, but I just couldn’t do it. In the end, I needed…

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