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Tuesday, October 6, 2015

Susan Matthews Apgood’s Latest Article on Entrepreneur: 5 Ways to Pump Your Business into the Media


Want more media coverage for your business? Check out Susan Matthews Apgood’s latest post on Entrepreneur:

Monday, October 5, 2015

Lessons from the Mountain Bike: Part Six – Replay the Ride


After a nice, long ride it is easy to remember the experience for the next day or two – because your thighs won’t let you forget. Or your butt. But, beyond that afterglow, it is always good to remember to replay the ride in your head. How did it make you feel? Remember how strong READ MORE »

Friday, October 2, 2015

How Did Beatrice Thompson Become Charlotte’s First African-American Female TV News Anchor?


For WBAV & WPEG’s Beatrice Thompson, a significant moment from her childhood propelled her into the broadcast industry. “It was the 1960s, and I remember walking home from school and seeing a sign on the door of our house saying we had 30 days to move with no explanation. We then moved to a neighborhood READ MORE »

Monday, September 28, 2015

Lessons from the Mountain Bike: Part Four – Engage the Ride


Once I had my desert legs, my confidence continued to climb as high as the altitude. I was much more sure of myself even as the terrain got tougher. I knew what to anticipate and how to use the bike as an ally rather than an enemy. I could handle a lot more than I READ MORE »

Wednesday, September 23, 2015

So What Do YOU Do?


As residents of the DC area, we often get a reputation of saying and asking things that have underlying meanings. In an article published last week, Thrillist put together a list that translates some of the common phrases heard around DC. The list starts with one of the classic lines that we have likely all READ MORE »