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Exploring the 100 to 1 growth ratio

By Mike Crandall | July 27, 2021

Growth, in business and in life, starts with an idea, and there is no shortage of ideas. The average adult has 70,000 plus thoughts every day, many of those are ideas—ideas of tasks to do, things to try, stuff to focus on, different ways to do something, and etc. It can be quite overwhelming! Understanding a few things about these ideas and how to narrow down what to do with them is a crucial step to growth and success.

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Choosing your website’s domain name

By Tim Priebe | July 27, 2021

Your domain name—or website address—is how people locate you on the web. It’s a part of your identity and will be a part of your online presence for a long time. While picking your domain name can be exciting for some, it can be frustrating for others.

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Anytime Fitness gives 24-hour fitness access

By Tina Evans | July 20, 2021

Most business owners wear many different hats, especially when first starting. Owner and operator of Anytime Fitness, Jason Mack has worn a lot of hats, but in a different way.

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Edmond Fine Arts Institute enhances quality of life

By Tim Priebe | July 20, 2021

Nestled in downtown Edmond, the Fine Arts Institute has offered educational enrichment in visual and performing arts since 1985. FAI offers quality art experiences in a way that educates both adults and children.

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Achieving results with “Measure What Matters”

By Phil Klutts | July 13, 2021

Measure What Matters By John Doerr I recently started consulting for a company where I was not familiar with the intricacies and specifics of their industry. I jumped in and began examining the basics of business administration and financial management quickly. Soon after, I had to ask about certain functions within the operations unit. I…

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Professional Q&A: Matt Giles

By Phil Klutts | July 13, 2021

I tracked down Matt Giles for this month’s professional Q&A. Matt is the account executive for CoStar Group, serving clients who use CoStar and LoopNet services. Q: Do you live in Edmond, work in Edmond, or both? A: My wife Erika and I moved to Edmond with our three children Joy (4 years old), Hope…

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Diversity, equity, and inclusion in Edmond

By Ashley Neese | July 6, 2021

Diversity, equity, and inclusion have become major topics in every facet of American life, including workplaces, public organizations, and local government. Edmond is no different, and 2021 has been a year of reflection and refocus for many local leaders looking to have honest conversations about diversity in our own community. Preserving and paving history In…

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Jude Stringfellow writes with confidence

By Koshia Silver | July 6, 2021

Who is Jude Stringfellow? I met Jude through LinkedIn, and ever since, her story has been like one of those accordion picture books. You know, the one in the cartoon that seems to never end but keeps you mesmerized—that’s Jude. Her story is nothing shy of mesmerizing. At the heart of it all, Stringfellow is…

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Cocktails to Go Act of 2021

By Thomas Berger | July 6, 2021

A bill signed into law allowing patrons of Oklahoma restaurants and bars to take cocktails to go seems to be having little effect, if any, in Edmond. Early last May, Gov. Kevin Stitt signed the Oklahoma Cocktails to Go Act of 2021, allowing businesses with mixed beverage or catering licenses to sell cocktails, mixed drinks,…

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UCO students claim successful wins

By Taelor Connell | July 6, 2021

Student visionaries from across Oklahoma competed in the 2021 Love’s Entrepreneur Cup, resulting in first and second place wins for Edmond’s UCO student entrepreneur teams. Fifty teams originally submitted various concepts to the competition that ranged from high-tech futuristic solutions to answers to real-world problems. UCO Team Amidad claimed a $10,000 cash prize for first…

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