I used to suffer regularly from perfectionism paralysis. You see, before pursuing a career in writing, I was a Musical Theater major. Out of 800 applicants, I was selected to join a class of twenty-three students. Conservatory training is rigorous — it has to be, given the number of Broadway hopefuls and the competitive nature of the field. Our . . .
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Yesterday, I had one of my all-time biggest epiphanies about customer service and the single best way to win over a client. It started with diamonds. Let me back up. A few nights ago, Mike surprised me with a pair of diamonds studs as an early anniversary gift. Being the ever-savvy money man he is, he told me that the diamonds were actually . . .
So you're ready to launch your company, but you don't know how to setup your business entity. I get it. When I decided to launch The Kind Coalition last summer, Google became my best friend. I had established a business entity once before, but it was five years prior, in a different state, with different rules. I was very bent on hiring a service . . .