What I'm Thankful For – Free Markets

thankfulcarvedpumpkinwhiteTis the season to think thankful thoughts, consider our blessings, bring loved ones close, and whatever else you like to do for the holidays. As a fellow who communicates for a living, I think it a grand idea to share some of what I’m thankful for this Thanksgiving holiday – besides Donny Osmond making the finals of Dancing with the Stars.  From my entrepreneurial viewpoint I’m thankful for:

  • Free Markets where new ...
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Stephen R Covey Inducted UVEF Hall of Fame – Best Days Ahead

uvef_logo1More than 25 years ago, I was invited with my wife to Stephen R Covey’s home. She was working on her Masters of Organizational Behavior at BYU where Dr Covey was heavily involved. Dr Covey’s wife, Sandra sang for us and we sat at the feet of the master for two hours. My life since then has been so positively impacted by his words that night and later by books ...

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Playing the Social Media Symphony

social-mediaToo often companies are so eager to jump on the next hot thing that they forget to strategize their approach. This concept is painfully true for businesses of all sizes when it comes to social media. Disjointed, unplanned and poorly executed are too frequently the adjectives that best describe a company’s social media tactics. This causes company “energy leaks” that can be ...

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Utah Student 25 Gala Shows off State's Secret Ingredient

As I worked on the Utah Student 25 Executive Committee over the past six months, it became apparent that we were working on something big for the state. Utah is at the top of the heap among state economies due in part to rising entrepreneurial ventures. Utah Student 25 dug a little deeper this year to find the roots of some of the past and future shooting stars of Utah business.

At the recent inaugural awards gala WordPerfect, 800-Contacts, Novell, ...

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