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Jan 5 2015
January 1: Resolutions

By: Jessica Knapik Category Business Advice

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“Five, four, three, two, one… Happy New Year!” As I reflect on 2014, it was a good year. Lots of trips: Holland (Michigan) to see the tulips, the UP (Pictured Rocks, White Fish Point), Grand Rapids for ArtPrize, Nashville, Mammoth Caves, and Austin/San Antonio. The highlight for the year was when I was selected as an honoree for dBusiness "30 in their Thirties." The 2014 holiday season for many of us was a whirlwind. The family gatherings are now done. We are all stuffed, shopped a little too much, and have made our toasts. Final part of the holidays we all talk about: New Year's resolutions. Are New Year's resolutions made to be broken? Not the way I look at it.

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Dec 3 2014
Shop Small

By: Jessica Knapik Category Business Advice

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When I get a chance, I love to #ShopSmall. It supports the local economy and puts money back right back here in the USA.

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Oct 20 2014
Life Savers

By: Jessica Knapik Category Business Advice

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I'm all for making life easier. It saves time, money and effort.

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Oct 6 2014
SocialMitten

By: Jessica Knapik Category Business Advice

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The Great Lakes. The mitten state. All terms of endearment for Michigan.

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Oct 6 2014
Mark Solomon: His Legacy Lives On

By: Jessica Knapik Category Business Advice

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Mark was an esteemed, knowledgeable, and respected professor at Walsh. Since I started at Walsh in 2001, there were a few things I learned about him.

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