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There Is No Room For Hunker-Down-Mode in a Startup

If the first sign of gathering clouds on the horizon sends you into the basement to wait out the storm, you probably don’t have the stomach to launch a startup. Continue reading

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Corporate Update From APPCityLife

Sharing with you the latest newsletter from APPCityLife, because it’s full of fantastic news: It’s been busy around APPCityLife, and we’re so excited to share all the latest news with you! Some of the news we’re sharing in this newsletter: … Continue reading

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Choosing To Thrive: My Own Journey

After reading Joanne Wilson’s post on Gotham Gal about every woman choosing her own path, it prompted me to look back on my own meandering journey that led up to where I am today Continue reading

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APPCityLife: A Year In Review

If you’re anything like me, your email is still pretty intact all the way back to January, 2012. And after spending the better part of my afternoon cleaning out emails, I’ve taken an interesting walk down memory lane to where … Continue reading

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A Better Way To Curate Loyalty: Passbook Coupons

When the deep discounting craze started getting traction a few years ago with burgeoning businesses like Groupon and Living Social, we looked at the model and decided that because it wasn’t good for our customers, in the end, it wouldn’t … Continue reading

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Four Things I Am Thankful For This Thanksgiving

As Thanksgiving preparations get under way in our household, I find myself appreciating more than ever the tradition of celebrating the bounty of our labor and finding joy despite the hardship. Here are four things I’ve learned to be thankful … Continue reading

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My First Lesson As An Entrepreneur

It was the early 70’s when children were still free to roam the neighborhood without a hovering parent nearby, and I was a scrawny, pony-tailed eight-year-old with pretty big dreams. When I told my mom that I wanted a job, … Continue reading

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