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2015, introduction No Response

I try not to make New Year resolution, at least not on New Year’s. Maybe it’s because I don’t like following

the crowd. More likely it’s that I am just too impatient to wait for January to roll around before beginning something I should be doing in October. If something needs fixing, fix it, now. But 2015 was different for me. This the year I officially declared a New Year’s resolution!

Why am I talking about New Year’s resolutions in April. In January, I was talking. Well, mostly it was a whisper and only to myself. February I shared with my team to get feedback and practice saying it out loud.  March, I began energizing. My team and I have been working feverishly ramping and vamping. We are so close, I feel it’s safe to announce. I am so excited. This is something that has been needing to come for years—yes, years!

Mustering all this determination forced me to reflect on how far my team and I have come. We have worked with some great people for some great causes and it’s been rewarding. It made me think of all the challenges we had overcome and all we’ve learned. It’s time to give back and share—to reach out and get involved with a bigger community.

So, this is my first blog post, here on this day, April 10th, in the year 2015. This is just one of the new items of my resolution. I plan to conquer fear of speaking up and reaching out, here on I hope you come back often and find inspirational, informative and relevant information on digital marketing concepts and how-to’s. My team and I have a combined 30 years of experience working with fortune 500 companies as well as the local non-profits that serve our community and we want to share.


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