Category Archive for Business Owner

The Countdown Begins

In less than 90-days, we will all be standing together with loved ones and friends saying goodbye to 2017 and ringing in a new year filled with hope and promise. As the New Year approaches,…

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Don’t Forget to Count the Small Wins

Last week we heard from Denise about all of life’s distractions and the importance of remaining focused and staying the course (if you didn’t get a chance to read her latest blog, check it out

Remain Focus – Stay the Course

Life has so many distractions. As an entrepreneur, remaining focused on achieving your goals can almost seem daunting.  It’s so hard. It’s hard to stay on track and the list of excuses is…

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Denise Herd to Speak at Indy Chamber’s 4th Annual Women In Business Retreat

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Herd Strategies President, Denise Herd, is speaking at the Indy Chamber’s 4th Annual Women in Business Retreat February 16-17th. On day two, Denise will lead the opening session with a presentation titled

Herd Strategies Featured in IDOA Division of Supplier Diversity Newsletter

on December 5, 2016

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Herd Strategies is proud to be featured in the IDOA Division of Supplier Diversity December newsletter! Click here to read the full interview on page 3 with President, Denise Herd, where she…

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Black on Black Crime. It’s Not Just on Our Streets.

 

Black on Black: involving a black person against another black person <black–on–black crime>

 

– Merriam Webster

 

The phrase ‘black on black crime’ has been calcified in American consciousness since the mid 80’s.  It is a phrase that law enforcement, community and religious leaders, news outlets and…

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Spring Clean Your Small Business

on April 25, 2016

 

Spring Clean Your Small Business

 

Spring is here! Just as mother nature swaps out our winter palette of black and gray for the vibrant colors of flowers and foliage in the spring, we too…

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Why Community Outreach And Engagement Matters

on February 29, 2016

Community Outreach

Many of us can say we’re active in our communities as individuals, but how many of us can say the same for the businesses we own or work for as well? If you…

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Business Etiquette Finale

funny-misspelled-sign-english (1)So, now we’ve come upon the third and final part of the series on business etiquette. For this part, I’d like to take a little time to talk about a certain business topic that’s been…

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Business Etiquette Part 2

on May 29, 2014

tin can picIn continuation of this series on business etiquette, I’ve decided to address a topic that is relevant to just about everyone in the business world: the conference call. Yes, the infamous conference call,…

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