Me@20: Our Friend Stephanie Howard

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Where I lived @20:

I was still living at home with my parents when I was 20.

What I did @20:

I was a university student at the University of Alberta in Edmonton, Alberta.

I worked part-time in the library and taught figure skating on weekends.

What I dreamed of @20:

I dreamt of going to Europe for a holiday, finding a […]

June 17th, 2015|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Me@20: Welcome to the Big City

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Lori Krause, CEO, Building Bridges Partners

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Where I lived @20:

I moved from a farm in Iowa to live in a condominium in Falls Church, VA. Major culture shock!

What I did @20:

I worked for an Ophthalmologist helping clients with their cataracts and other eye issues. This experience taught me to be very patient with those in need.

At the […]

May 22nd, 2015|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Me@20: Fly Me To The Moon

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Betsy Unikel, President, Rainmaker Video

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Where I lived @20: New York, NY

What I did @20: Stewardess with United Airlines

What I dreamt of @20: Getting married, having a great family, a house of my own and living happily ever after.

My favorite song @20: “Windy” by The Association

What I wore @20: United Airlines Uniform

Who I loved @20: Greg and Geeg

What made headlines when I was @20:

April 5th – ’76er Wilt Chamberlain […]

May 20th, 2015|Uncategorized|2 Comments

Me@20: Origins of an Entrepreneur

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Errol Unikel, Principal, Rainmaker Video

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Where I lived @20: Chicago, Illinois

What I did @20: Studied engineering at University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana, Illinois

What I dreamt of @20: Having a great career and family, living in a big house

My favorite song @20: “Come Go With Me” by Del Vikings (it’s still one of my top favorites)

What I wore @20: Jeans and striped shirts […]

May 20th, 2015|Uncategorized|1 Comment

6 Tips to Protect Yourself from Major Loss

tips-protect-from-loss Tips for protecting yourself from loss

Most home and business owners will lose money unnecessarily If ADVERSITY or DISASTER strikes. They are just not adequately prepared. Turn on the news to reports of Hurricanes, Fires, Tornados, Floods, Earthquakes and more. You see reports of Burglaries every day. Of course these always happen to someone else, so most of you need not worry. And if a major disaster occurs in your […]

February 1st, 2015|Home & business inventory|0 Comments