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When Caroline Bilodeau finished college several years ago in her native Montreal, she took a road trip to the United States — and never went back. Continue Reading Palmer Lake’s Speedtrap a ‘spur of the moment’ success

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by Frank Partnoy “Limited Time Offer!!!” That’s what your sales folks wanted your ad to say, but you’re not sure. First of all, yes, you want to light a fire under your customers, but that “offer” seems ineffective. People are getting wise to that kind of thing; they know better. On the other hand, there’s… Continue Reading Book Review: “Wait: The Art and Science of Delay”

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Inside the reception area of Genesis Medspa is a book called Women Living Consciously, a collection of first-person inspirational stories. Continue Reading Brutal attack didn’t define Genesis Medspa owner

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Revolution Dance Academy Employees: 18 Contact: 637-8033 or revolutiondanceacademy.net Open House: 11 a.m. Aug. 18, 7388 McClain Point One year ago, two Colorado Springs dance dads debuted their Revolution Dance Academy, a studio offering lessons in all genres of dance. Like a dance ensemble, the business required movement, timing and skill. Building their business was both grueling… Continue Reading Two dance dads make ‘grand jete’ into dance business

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Skate City Owners: Jeff and Terri Ingrum First Colorado location: 1970 in Aurora Colorado Springs locations: • 1920 N. Academy Blvd. built in 1973 • 4575 Austin Bluffs Pkwy. purchased in 1983 Full-time employees: 33 Total employees: 300 Few companies founded on the wholesome family values of the 1960s have been able to succeed through the decades… Continue Reading Wholesome business skating on longtime tradition

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Winning your gold

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As we watch the amazing feats of athleticism performed by thousands of dedicated Olympic athletes from all over the world, I wonder how many people devote Olympian time, energy, discipline, and focus to their passions, their dreams, or their businesses. What can business leaders learn from Olympic athletes? 1. Get great advice. Listen to smart… Continue Reading Winning your gold

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Tucked away in a downtown alley off Tejon Street is a simple, quiet workshop where one of the region’s few formally trained luthiers brings violins and cellos to life. Continue Reading Hidden treasure: Musical mystery resides in alley

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Mastering the art of executive small talk

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As an executive, you have lots of work to do. In fact, you have so much to do that it sometimes feels like you are chained to your desk. Visits away from your desk are generally purposeful, brief, and mission-focused so that you can get back to the piles at hand. Your team members, on… Continue Reading Mastering the art of executive small talk

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A new co-working space at the Colorado Springs Technology Incubator aims to get the entrepreneurial party started and help proprietors find their groove. Continue Reading Startup Factory seeks to be entrepreneurial hot spot

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As Colorado Springs struggles to resuscitate its tourism industry following the Waldo Canyon fire, Bourbon Street High Definition Video Production has volunteered to produce a marketing video for the city’s Convention and Visitors Bureau. Continue Reading Bourbon Street brings home big-city video production

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