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Who’s Got Your Kids

Once I was visibly pregnant, many assumed I was leaving my restaurant to stay at home with my kids. It felt like I had two choices: abandon my family to pursue my career or stay at home to be a … Continue reading

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Turn Your Brand into a Movement

Promote your ideas as much as your products. Positively Purging-I welcome your feedbacks in the comments and your likes and passing the real life wisdom on to others as I embark on this new venture of “positively purging“, as I … Continue reading

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‘Subminimum’ Pay for Disabled Workers

I’m writing to correct inaccuracies in a letter to the editor from John Lemus, advocacy coordinator of AtWork! [“People with disabilities: End subminimum wages,” March 28, Opinion]. I am the executive director of Artisans, a Spokane-based nonprofit that provides employment support … Continue reading

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The Rebuild

“If I were starting my business today from scratch, what business would I build?” Write down how your business has evolved since launch. In retrospect, the biggest upside that materialized within your operation was probably never on your radar — and … Continue reading

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Teachable differences

Teaching is an institution that helps an individual acquire knowledge, competence, or virtue– not necessarily associated with skill building. Training is the action of teaching an individual a skill or type of behavior. Supervision is an action or process to … Continue reading

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