'Herd' Around Town

Slow Down for Family

on June 20, 2018
in Marketing

I recently attended my little sister Denisse’s middle school graduation. There are nine years between us.  While I watched her cross the stage, it dawned on me how fast she has grown up while I was away from home attending IUPUI.

 

While in school, you get to visit home mostly for the holidays. As an IUPUI student,…

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Peanut-Butter Jelly Time

on June 13, 2018
in Marketing

Hi everybody! Last week I started camp at my new school. So far, it’s been great except one thing. We get to bring our own lunches and that’s so cool because I never did that before. I got a new lunch box and everything! My mommy asked me what I wanted to take for lunch and…

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Do Over!

on June 6, 2018
in Marketing

Remember when you were a kid on the playground playing dodgeball and you would try to throw the ball in and missed your intended target?  What did you do?  Did you throw your hands up in despair and take yourself out the game claiming that you weren’t good enough or didn’t have the skills to play…

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Half-time!!

on May 30, 2018
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We are entering the last month of the 2nd quarter and it is a fine time to begin thinking about how you will rock out the 2nd half of the year. We talked earlier this year about setting quarterly goals as opposed to annual goals as a way to have more meaningful reflection, calibration, success, and…

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Hands Off

on May 23, 2018
in Marketing

When we were children our parents always told us to keep our hands to ourselves.  Back then and even to this day it means we should not hit, grab, push, touch or use your hands in a way that may bring harm to another person.  We knew as children that to put our hands on another…

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Getting Back Up

on May 16, 2018
in Marketing

In the motorcycling community it is common knowledge that there are two types of riders. Those that are going to fall and those that have fallen. For years I have been blessed to be a member of the former category. Recently, I joined the ranks of the latter, when I had my first fall. Sure, I’ve…

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To the Front Please!

on May 8, 2018
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Hi guys, Amya here! So, whenever I go places to like shows or concerts or places with a stage I always tell my mommy that I want to sit in the front. She likes to sit in the middle but I keep telling her no one can see you in the middle and if no one sees…

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To Be Or Not To Be …

on May 2, 2018
in Marketing

Lately I’ve been pretty grieved by the state of affairs particularly around race relations in this country. In a time where divisiveness seems so apparent, I struggle with simply knowing how to “be;” I’d began asking myself, “What is safe for me and what is not?” “Where are my allies or whether they even truly exist?”…

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The Importance of Good Customer Service

on April 25, 2018
in Marketing

One would think good customer service is like following the Golden Rule, “Do unto others as you would have others to do unto you.”  This seems pretty simple right? Treat people the way you want to be treated. While this seems like common sense, I’ve experienced a few customer service situations recently that make me wonder…

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Change … Can’t Live With It … Can’t Live Without It

on April 18, 2018
in Marketing

Change, change, change. It’s a word that we hear often and one that evokes a range of emotions. Many of us dread it and cling tightly to what’s familiar even when it’s to our detriment. Let’s take a look at this Indianapolis weather where the seasons just won’t change. Old time winter just won’t…

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