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All posts by: Trisha Squires

As we look to the new year in business, we often feel like we are already working at our max, especially during times when we are trying to balance heavier personal obligations along with our intense workloads.  We all know...
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Ever wonder why your brilliant friend, who is a business owner, seems to run and run and never get anywhere? Week after week you see her get defeated, deflated and ultimately depressed that her business is not in growth mode....
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  One of the things I have learned over my career is the importance of learning agility.  You can always learn something from any book you read, seminar you attend or experience you have.  Even things that may not appear...
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That’s right, if you want to be a great leader, you need to be an entrepreneur.  Now I don’t mean that you need to quit your job tomorrow and start a business in your basement in order to find the...
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When I meet with clients, potential clients and colleagues every week, I say this sentence at least half a dozen times:  It is easier to run a million dollar company than it is to run a $50,000 company.  To run...
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I’ve been doing a lot of meetings and events lately, ones where I am the host.  And I’ve noticed that lots of people cancel last minute, or just don’t show up.  I’m talking about PROFESSIONAL people, people who ARE their...
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Last week, I met with one of my fabulous clients, the one that “get it.”  He’s a successful restaurateur who is now opening an incredible wine bar restaurant concept in one the very hottest spots in Chicago, the West Loop. ...
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I talk to women business owners virtually every single day. I ask them about their companies, their passions, their goals, their challenges. Sadly, I hear the same sentiments over and over and over again. “I would be happy just to...
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For the first time in my professional life of 20 years, I have said, “This is not working for me, and therefore, I will not continue.” I feel like a million bucks, like a new woman, like a wise and...
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One thing that slaps me in the face when I go downtown to meet with potential collaborators, clients, and centers of influence is this: People are not jumping for joy to go to work. I often get downtown early to...
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