Keep Calm & Carry On

By Paige ~ June 4, 2012

The post-graduate-business-starting-setting-off-on-your-own-transition-to-real-life phase can, to say the least, get a little crazy. That’s why I have this saying above my desk & repeat the mantra all the time. It really is a life saver. It’s important not to lose sight of what’s important to you, where you want to go, and the people who mean…

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Less Statistically IS More

By Paige ~ May 17, 2012

One of the many tired and true arguments in social media is the ‘Quality v. Quantity’ debate. In many cases, with the experts in the industry on the ‘Quality’ side, and the clients on the ‘Quantity’ side. That’s why it’s nice when there’s real statistics and evidence to back up what so many social media experts…

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Remote Work Productivity Tips

By Paige ~ May 7, 2012

One of the wonderful aspects of having my own business is that I can work from anywhere. And by anywhere I really mean any city, state, desk or at times, couch. The picture below is the view from my latest office in LA, and yes, it is real life, and I must say, I’m a…

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Business Break-Ups

By Paige ~ May 4, 2012

“To respect the dignity of a relationship also implies accepting the end when it comes.” – Andre P. Brink The last few weeks have been hectic to say the least, with one of the main reasons being that one of the business ventures I was involved in unfortunately took a turn for the not-so-positive. I…

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Do As I Say, Not As I Do

By Paige ~ April 10, 2012

Who are you more likely to take workout advice from? Option A: The person that you see at the gym everyday who works hard and is in good shape? Option B: The person that someone who comes dressed in fancy workout clothes but just watches and tells other people what to do? It’s very much…

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The Start-Up

By Paige ~ April 4, 2012

“You don’t have to be great to start, but you have to start to be great” – Joe Sabah This quote is something that I had to truly embrace after graduating from college a short three months ago. After my dream of being part of Teach for America was shattered, I had to figure out…

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