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Catherine Morgan is the editor of Business Unplugged ™, an engaging speaker, and the founder of Point A to Point B Transitions Inc., a virtual provider of coaching services to individuals who are in business or career transition. Catherine is the author of the eBook Re-Launch You: Discovering Your Point B and Embracing Possibility. An experienced independent consultant and former employee of three of the former Big Five consulting firms, Catherine combines strategy development with accountability coaching. Her productivity tips and career transition advice have been featured on WGN AM 720 and WIND AM 560 The Answer in Chicago, and on WCHE AM 1520 in the Philadelphia area. Catherine speaks frequently on topics related to productivity, career transition, small business, and entrepreneurship. She doesn’t take herself seriously, but takes her subject matter very seriously.

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Resolutions? Try New Year’s Verbs.

I like the way Chris Brogan does his three words each year and posts them publicly. Resolutions always sounded kind of pompous and a bit like legalese to me. Let’s add in the fact that most people have broken their resolutions or not followed through by […] Read More

12 Posts from Carol 2013 – Day 3

Today’s post is the last in the series. I thought it would be fun to include some information that you wouldn’t necessarily expect to find on Business Unplugged™ – some topics that maybe go against the standard thinking or have unusual influences. Britt Raybould starts us […] Read More

12 Posts from Carol 2013 – Day 2

Day 2 – oh yeah! Season’s Greetings with snarkery today in the best of. George Krueger and Mary-Lynn Foster suggest you leverage best practices of dog training with your clients in Treat Your Customers Like Dogs. Brad Shorr gets the nod for best riff on pop […] Read More

12 Posts from Carol 2013 – Day 1

Being the editorial director of Business Unplugged™ does have some perks – and one of them is getting to pick the 12 “best of” posts for this year. In no particular order, I recommend rereading (or reading for the first time!) these great posts from our […] Read More

Labor Day and Back to Work

Where did the summer go? Seems like I was just getting into the swing of enjoying picnics, music, family, and friends. All of a sudden it’s back to school and back to work! I hope you soaked in the sun for the past few months. We wish […] Read More

5 Tips For Hosting An Engaging Business Conference

There aren’t many phrases in life that sound more bland than “business conference.” These two words bring to mind images of serious professionals clustering in dull ballrooms or amphitheaters for lectures and presentations for entire weekends, with breaks only for sleep, fruit punch and prepackaged sandwiches. […] Read More

Gone Fishing – Back Next Week

Greetings! Here at Business Unplugged we are taking the week off to enjoy the U.S. Independence Day holiday, and a little summer fun. We will be back next week but will be operating under “summer hours” for July and August, posting only on Tuesday and Thursday, and […] Read More

Happy Memorial Day 2013

It’s the start of Memorial Day weekend here in the United States. Normally heralding the start of summer, the temperature here in Chicago has gone from a steamy 80 degrees yesterday to 47 degrees as I write this for tomorrow. I am wearing fleece. I hope […] Read More

Being Rich Isn’t All About Money

Today I am going to the funeral of a man I feel that I knew – but never actually met. Carol’s father, Bernie, passed away unexpectedly last week. He went into the hospital for emergency brain surgery, and it didn’t go well. He died shortly thereafter. I […] Read More

What Type of Business Do You REALLY Have

Entrepreneurs are by nature an optimistic group. How else could you do something as crazy and potentially risky as starting a business? Sure, there is less security at corporate now – but there often isn’t much more when you run your own business. It is really […] Read More
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