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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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How to Network: Stop Barfing on Me

I was at a networking event when some guy walked up to me, slid his business card into my hand and proceeded to tell me, unsolicited, all about his business.  When he finally paused to take a breath, I waited for him to ask about me.  Read More

Collaboration, Celebration, and Milestones

I can’t believe it. It has been one year since I started working with Carol Roth and managing Business Unplugged™. What a difference a year makes! I wanted to take this opportunity to share my thoughts (i.e., rant) on why collaboration is a great business practice, Read More

How To Be Cool on Video: 10 Ways to Make an Impact

The biggest fear that most entrepreneurs have about using online video to market their business is not about technology or how to create the video.  If you’re like most small business owners, the biggest fear that you face is that you’ll make an ass of yourself Read More

Impatience is a Dangerous Substitute for Relentless Focus

As I write this, two events – each remarkable in strikingly different ways – have hit the news. First, Knight Capital Group (NYSE: KCG) more or less put itself out of business as an independent entity by running up a $400M loss in less than 30 Read More

There Is No Audience For 50 Shades of Grey Marketing

Every author dreams of creating a bestseller, as does every business. And while 50 Shades of Grey may have worked out well in the fiction category this year, when it comes to business, a grey message will get you on nobody’s reading list. What’s a grey Read More

Guest Blogger Extravaganza: That’s a Wrap!

All good things come to an end. This week was the last week of our Guest Blogger Extravaganza – and what an event it was! If you missed some of the posts, you might want to go back and check them out. On Monday we started Read More

Who Is Your Community For?

Everyone is building a community – businesses, non-profits, authors, bloggers – everyone. Why? Because a community gives you a group of people who rally around your cause, your book, your book, your idea. Without a community, we have no one to create for. In my work Read More

Guest Blogger Extravaganza – Week Four Recap

And the fun continues! In fact, we are extending the festivities through the end of next week since we received so many great posts. On Monday we started out with the irresistible Liz Strauss, co-founder of SOBCon. Liz is a force for good in the online Read More

Learning from Rahm Emanuel on Making Tough Decisions

U.S. local and state governments have a series of tough decisions to make as they face record budget deficits. When I heard Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel speak last year, he expressed a lesson that is actually reassuring for all small business owners. He talked about the Read More

5 Steps to Get the Right People Telling Your Irresistible Story for You

The first reason that you want to participate in the social business culture online is that it’s not a good idea to let other people tell your story. That’s true and so is reason two. The second reason is that the online social business culture is Read More
 
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