As humans, we are called into community. It enriches our lives and serves to support us in our respective and collective journeys. In striving towards our goals and creating a life we can truly be proud of, having a supportive and reliable community of people alongside you — those who will truly go the distance…

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Gratitude courses through my veins. It operates at the core of my existence. It is, I believe, why I am so thoroughly and unabashedly optimistic. If I have things to be grateful for, don’t I also have every reason to look on the bright side?  Nearly five years graduated from college, I’ve come to recognize…

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As the old adage goes, “Find a job you enjoy doing, and you will never have to work a day in your life.” Mark Twain’s famous words had merit then, and they do now. After all, does anybody wake up and say to themselves, “I really want to be bored at my job today”? Probably…

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Content marketing isn’t just a buzzword. Brooke Ballard of B2 Media and Gettysburg Gerry shared their mic with Jamie Teasdale who was invited to be a guest on SteamFeed Radio to discuss Content Marketing.  – Enjoy! What is content marketing? Why is content marketing becoming more important? Brooke: Content marketing has been around forever, even before television. Newspaper ads were used…

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“If you really want to do something, you’ll find a way. If you don’t, you’ll find an excuse”. – Jim Rohn  I first discovered this quote in college. At the time, I recall physically nodding my head in agreement. I still revisit it occasionally, and each time, it brings new meaning. If you’re anything like…

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How Generosity is Defined Generosity is defined in a number of ways. One definition is “the quality of being kind or generous”, while an alternative definition is “the quality or fact of being plentiful or large”. In the thesaurus, one of many synonyms is “openhandedness”. Each of these speak to an inherent sense of giving,…

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“Do what you can with what you have where you are.” -Theodore Roosevelt I’ve had an insatiable hunger in my bones now for as long as I can remember. My earliest memories began during tennis conditioning, hurling my body up and down the court running lines, pouring sweat, and leaving it all out there. In school,…

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We’ve likely all experienced good customer service and bad customer service. Chances are, they both stick out in your head for different reasons. And while our individual experiences differ, the statistics don’t lie: According to Retently, 82% of consumers are likely to leave your brand because of the service they get, not your pricing or…

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The fact that movement is extremely vital to our physical and mental health isn’t exactly groundbreaking news. These days, there’s articles aplenty outlining scientific-based evidence that demonstrates exercise is a positive influence on our overall wellbeing and longevity. I’ve been involved in sports since the tender age of 4, so I’m well-accustomed to the benefits…

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Below you’ll find all images and captions from PropelBizWorks’ Instagram in the month of April. This month’s theme is discovering your “why”. Getting to the heart of our “why” can take work. However, it is one of the most important answers we can seek. I invite you to dig deeper with me and leave a…

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