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EOK 3rd Quarter Workshop

The EOK 3rdQuarter Workshop is fast approaching.  Mark your calendars now for Tuesday, July 10.  We have an excellent speaker lineup and great food planned for the event. EOK members receive a 50% discount off the ticket price ($25.00). …


Added by Kerri Karel on June 4, 2012 at 2:30pm — 4 Comments

What is holding you back?

In both our personal and professional live I am certain each of us has at least one thing that holds us back from reaching the “next level”.  That next level is different for each of us.


In working with and talking to many small business owners and entrepreneurs I see the same obstacles repeatedly.  This is a great exercise for me to look at my own business and think critically about what is holding me back from my next level.


Recurring obstacles I…


Added by Kerri Karel on August 4, 2011 at 10:24am — 2 Comments

Communication is essential in Project Management

If projects are not managed well, clients and employees alike may not be happy or productive.


A key element to solid project management is communication.  Goals and expectations must be clearly communicated.  If the information people need to be effective in their roles is not…


Added by Kerri Karel on April 5, 2011 at 10:30pm — No Comments

Weigh Your Words

Did I Say That?


I read several articles and blog posts today about the marketing firm employee who Tweeted on behalf of Chrysler.  I won’t rehash the entire story (you can read it here).  




Added by Kerri Karel on March 22, 2011 at 4:26pm — No Comments

Benefits of EOK

I wrote a blog post on Key Elements about the benefits of EOK. Here is the short version.

  1. EOK is truly collaborative
  2. EOK provides practical information
  3. EOK brainstorms with you
  4. EOK is a practice run for funding
  5. EOK is a great publication tool
  6. EOK can generate business
  7. EOK is free
  8. EOK is non-profit…

Added by Kerri Karel on February 22, 2011 at 6:00pm — 2 Comments

You can't put a lid on passion

Passion is important.  It is important in all areas of our lives – even in business. I have not yet met a small business owner who was not passionate about what he or she is doing.  If they did not have some level of passion they would not be doing it.


We all have our moments where our passion falters (some moments last longer than others). If you get bogged…


Added by Kerri Karel on February 10, 2011 at 1:30am — No Comments


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