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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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Be a Part-Timer Lover

Whether you manage two people or two hundred, every small business owner has a work culture — and it’s important to understand that the effectiveness of that culture will have a big impact on your performance. If your work culture is clear, positive, and fun, then Read More

Facebook Doesn’t Want Your Ads to Succeed

Facebook has to live up to its initial price tag. If you run a small business and want to advertise on Facebook, you have to be aware of the fact that Facebook’s primary goal is to rake in as much ad revenue as possible. If your Read More

The Prima Donna Factor

Occasionally, people ask me about breaking into ghostwriting books, which is something that I actually do a lot of (and sorry, if I told you which books they would have to shoot me). But hidden in their questions – and my answers – is actually a Read More

Customer Service: Playing by Small Town Rules

No one has to tell the average business person that things are now different. Radical economic factors and technological changes have altered the very course of our society. As a result, business is now forced to play be a different set of rules. Through the Internet, Read More

Should I Self-Publish or Get a Book Deal?

In the past few years, the publishing industry has changed from an industry guarded by the gatekeepers (traditional publishers) to an industry that no longer needs or wants those guardians of books. Nowadays, you no longer need an agent or a publisher (gatekeeper) to get a Read More

So, You Want to Be a Speaker?

I have been very fortunate to get several speaking gigs this year. Speaking is something that I have been looking to do more of, and I seem to have hit on talks that people are interested in. If this is something that you are looking to Read More

There’s Something Dead Sexy About a Geek

Not so long ago, I had a date with a man so good looking that it was criminal. Clive Owen would have kneecapped him in the parking lot had he been in a 300-mile radius, purely on the basis of job security. We’d met on some Read More

Love the Customers You Hate

When I was in the distribution business, we joked that life would be grand if we could just get rid of suppliers and customers. Every day, we sacrificed our sanity to satisfy that handful of customers that made excessive demands and unreasonable requests, peppered every conversation Read More

Accountability and the Emperor’s New Clothes

I know that I am not the only one with ostrich tendencies when it comes to looking at the numbers for my business. During the good months, I can’t wait to tally the revenue and during the bad months – well, you might say that I Read More

Weekly Roundup February 18

Innovation Don’t Just Focus on Made in America, Focus on Innovated in America  Carol’s latest on HuffingtonPost.com. Pricing Why Your Pricing Means Everything  “Competitor pricing is a guide, not must.” By Chris Eh Young on his blog. Networking Networking on Purpose (usually)  How to use social Read More
 
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