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Catherine Morgan
Career transition expert, business consultant, speaker, and writer. Founder of Point A to Point B Transitions Inc.and The Depression Discussions™
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Catherine Morgan Sep 13
The Consultant by Scott Adams via <~ Hilarious. Nails it.
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Catherine Morgan Sep 12
Business Sorbet | Business Unplugged | Carol Roth <~ When I hear the same thing three times in the same week, I know it's in the air and I write about it.
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Catherine Morgan Sep 10
Recently, I have landed on a combination of two self-assessments that seem to bring a lot of value for job seekers and solo consultants. ~> Self-Assessments and How You Should Work | Business Unplugged | Carol Roth
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Catherine Morgan Aug 27
Carol Roth and Catherine Morgan on Freelance Relationships <~ My relationship with has lasted longer than my marriage did. Here's how we've maintained such a successful LTR
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Catherine Morgan Aug 21
The Profitability Block You Haven't Considered | Business Unplugged | Carol Roth <~ You've looked at your sales process, marketing, and business model, but I'll bet you haven't considered this - and many professionals struggle with it
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Catherine Morgan Aug 20
Carol Roth on Having a Partnership Prenup | Business Unplugged | Carol Roth <~ The time to think about - and write down - who brings what, who does what, and who owns what is BEFORE you start working together.
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Catherine Morgan Aug 13
Sue Koch on How to Stay in Business for 10 Years | Business Unplugged | Carol Roth <~ Great tips for social media sanity as an from
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Catherine Morgan Aug 12
Starting new relationships takes emotional effort...that's why most salespeople try to avoid it. <~ How to get past the block of reaching out by
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Catherine Morgan Aug 7
Carol Roth on How to Create Recurring Revenue | Business Unplugged | Carol Roth <~ you know you want it, and here's how to do it
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Catherine Morgan Jul 27
Behind The Artist's Way | Julia Cameron <~ I've often referred to this book as the manual for life we weren't given. Everyone should be given a copy at 25.
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Catherine Morgan Jul 17
Thanks so much for sharing! I think it's important to remind people to step away from their business
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Catherine Morgan Jul 10
Trading for Services Isn't Always a Good Trade | Business Unplugged | Carol Roth <~ Sometimes it's better to pay for services than trade for services
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Catherine Morgan Jun 27
Is Blogging Dead? Not Yet. | Business Unplugged | Carol Roth
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Catherine Morgan Jun 26
Carol Roth on Bribery vs. Creating Loyalty | Business Unplugged | Carol Roth <~ Who else doesn't need another plastic thingy on their key chain or buy x and get one free card?
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Catherine Morgan Jun 26
Stop Playing the Blame Game | Business Unplugged | Carol Roth <~ Have you ever blamed the economy or your competition or bad timing? That’s a version of the blame game.
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Catherine Morgan Jun 17
No One Is Reading Your Blog <~ Yep. It's tougher to get anyone to read anything. Yet, I continue to up my game - and you should, too. Thanks
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Catherine Morgan Jun 12
Carol Roth on the Timing for Starting a Business | Business Unplugged | Carol Roth <~ says, “You have to be the right person starting the right business at the right time.” I always ask: Why you? Why this? Why now?
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Catherine Morgan Jun 7
Replying to @BobBurg @PhilGerb and 5 others
- Such great company!
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Catherine Morgan Jun 6
Brad Hastedt on Why Entrepreneurs Should Be Excited About AI | Business Unplugged | Carol Roth <~ Brad shared AI could help small business owners by creating efficiencies, predicting trends, improving the customer experience, and increasing profitability.
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Catherine Morgan Jun 5
Four Fun Ways to Spark New Ideas | Business Unplugged | Carol Roth <~ If you’re feeling like you’re in a rut, you might want to try doing some of these to spark new ideas and new ways of thinking.
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