Angela Nusbaum

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Shouldering Growth: A Backpack Full of Possibilities Organizing For Success Have you ever emptied a backpack so full of stuff that you forgot everything you had collected? Tip it upside down, shake it a couple times, and it may surprise you what falls out. Start by making piles. When our client, Angela Nusbaum decided to…

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Prepare a Featured Image in Photoshop for a Blog Post

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Exporting a featured image for a blog post from Adobe Photoshop with a ’16:9′ aspect ratio and a final size of ‘740×416 pixels’ involves a few steps, from setting up your image to exporting it with the correct specifications. Here’s how you can do it: Open Your Image Launch Adobe Photoshop. Open the image you…

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Take a Leap This Year! How to Build Better Business Relationships

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Every four years, an extra day sneaks onto February’s calendar, throwing us off with a bonus 24 hours. In some cultures, Leap Year Day is a day when women can propose marriage to a man. Taking that next-level leap in a relationship can be intimidating! (Cue sweaty hands and stuttering words!) To celebrate this light-hearted…

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How to Use AI in Business

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AI is a mixed bag of usefulness and crutches. “AI is a mixed bag of usefulness and crutches. Regardless of your feelings, technology is here to stay. I try to keep an open mind about how it can improve the speed and quality of my work, but I also understand that it has limits and…

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Setting Boundaries At Work

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As entrepreneurs, we give our all to the success of our business. We dive into the adventure, headfirst, poised for the challenges inevitably around every corner. We thrive on making a difference in our clients’ lives. But at some point, does our work identity become our only identity? Professor Arthur Brooks* at the Harvard Business…

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Good Life with Lindsay

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Following Those Who Light the Way Health Challenges That Leave You in the Dark For thousands of years, humankind operated in the dark, aided only by candles or torches to light the way. When Benjamin Franklin discovered electricity, it changed the world forever.  Have you ever had a health problem that needed assistance? On your…

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Refresh Your Marketing Strategy With Video Content

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In an age of fleeting attention spans, video content captures audience engagement more effectively than traditional mediums. Video allows brands to convey a narrative with compelling visuals and storytelling, creating a more lasting impact on viewers. Video marketing, in the words of HubSpot, is “one of, if not the, most important marketing trend today and…

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Tie Up That Garbage Bag – How to Clear Out the Web Browser Cache

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When you encounter a problem using a website, often, tech support will suggest that you “clear your cache.” While many of us aren’t tech savvy, we understand basic cleaning principles. Think of it this way: when the garbage is full, it’s time to take it out.    A “cache” is a collection of temporary files…

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Tidy Up Your Digital Space: How to Optimize Your Website for SEO

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Do the holidays add piles of disorganized clutter to your space? Many people embrace spring cleaning as a way to clear out winter’s jumble. This can extend beyond the four corners of your room. Can you spruce up your website as well? Much like the care we give to our living spaces, your online platform…

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