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Should your organization be on Instagram?

By Tim Priebe | October 27, 2020

Instagram can be a great social media platform for many organizations. It can help you build an engaged audience online, but it’s not an excellent fit for everyone. If you’ve ever considered investing time, money, or other resources in Instagram but weren’t sure if it was a good idea, you’re not alone! Over the years,…

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One good idea

By Mike Crandall | October 20, 2020

There is a fundamental truth in the business world that spills into our personal lives as well. This concept is something I have used with people I have coached for over twenty years. That concept is that we are all “one good idea” away from a dramatic change. This is true in all aspects of our lives – both professional and personal.

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Beautiful desserts at Dolci Paradiso

By Brent Fuchs | October 20, 2020

Kelly Vaughn put together an excellent write-up on a local bakery and gelato shop here in Edmond, Dolci Paradiso. Before I was even done with our photoshoot for that story, it was apparent we had more photos than we would be able to use. As a result, here are some additional pictures of the beautiful desserts available at Dolci Paradiso.

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Radical Candor identifies skills needed to excel at being the boss

By Phil Klutts | October 13, 2020

I forgot how much I like this book. Published in 2017, Radical Candor was recommended to me by a colleague two years ago. I read it then and started applying some of the mindsets and tactics. When I picked up the book to begin reviewing my notes and start reading it again, I was reminded of the wisdom included and found more nuggets that I missed the first time.

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The rise of strip malls in Edmond

By Alyssa Weathers-Murphy | October 6, 2020

Over the past few decades, a trend on the rise of strip malls in commercial real estate and retail has emerged. Cities across the country have seen an increase in the development, restructuring, and rise of open-air shopping centers conveniently located close to grocery stores and other retailers that specialize in higher-frequency replenishment goods and…

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Co-working spaces offer unique options

By Tina Evans | October 6, 2020

Creating a sense of community for freelancers, solo-preneurs, or start-up businesses is nearly impossible when working from your table or local coffee shop. Co-working spaces are filling that need. Edmond’s five unique co-working spaces are creating both community and networking opportunities for business owners and remote employees.  The Collective was Oklahoma City’s first female-only working…

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Francis Tuttle innovating for businesses at new campus

By Thomas Berger | October 6, 2020

Hammers banging. Welders buzzing. Saws screaming. Engines humming. Mortar slopping. Those are the sights and sounds off Danforth Road, just west of I-35, where Francis Tuttle Technology Center’s new Danforth campus is taking shape. “We are moving along nicely on the construction. So far we are not behind, which is pretty phenomenal for a construction…

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Restaurants in Edmond eagerly add streatery dining

By Josh Watson | October 6, 2020

The City of Edmond has implemented a new policy allowing “streateries” in the community, and local restaurants have happily applied to add the new service. A streatery uses safely barricaded, on-street public parking adjacent to a business for outdoor seating and dining. Streateries help businesses more safely institute social distancing practices during the COVID-19 pandemic.…

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Dolci Paradiso offers delicious treats

By Kelly Vaughn | October 6, 2020

Hema and Pritesh Patel have always enjoyed cooking. Hema, a nurse, and Pritesh, an optometrist, enjoy spending their hours outside of work bonding with their family in the kitchen. Cooking is their favorite way to spend time with their in-laws and their three-year-old daughter. This passion for food and family drove the Patels to open…

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Pass liability protections for small businesses

By Sherry Jordan | October 6, 2020

Running a small business is not for the faint of heart. Businesses in Edmond are working hard to operate safely and to keep their employees and their customers healthy amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Of course, a lot has changed since the pandemic hit. Instead of continuing to focus on the success and growth of their…

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