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Not many people know that a cowboy music recording studio, Western Jubilee, is just off downtown’s main corridor, and that’s the way owner Scott O’Malley likes it. Continue Reading Western Jubilee likes its place away from the bustle

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Entrepreneurship: Succeed or bust

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Are you meant to be an entrepreneur? Do you have what it takes to build a business for yourself? Do you have a great idea that needs to be in the marketplace? 1. Do you love what you do? Are you passionate about getting up in the morning and starting to work on your business?… Continue Reading Entrepreneurship: Succeed or bust

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A group of small business owners with a desire to give — coupled with the power of social media — turned a Colorado Springs T-shirt project for wildfire relief into a fast-growing phenomenon. Continue Reading Charity T-shirt sales ride wave of social media

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Unsuspecting mom births major business

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CJ’s BUTTer and CJ’s Unique Boutique Owners: CJ and Mark Miller 107 N. Tejon St. 344-9867 cjsuniqueboutique.com There are wildly ambitious entrepreneurs in Colorado Springs who have always known they would start their own business. CJ and Mark Miller are not those people. “Three years ago, CJ was a stay-at-home mom,” Mark said. She never… Continue Reading Unsuspecting mom births major business

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Book Review: “You Are What You Wear”

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by Dr. Jennifer Baumgartner It’s an old joke, but so true: you haven’t got a thing to wear. Yes, your closet’s crammed. You could wear a different outfit for six months with no repeats. You could skip doing laundry for weeks and you’d be OK, but when you got dressed this morning, everything was all… Continue Reading Book Review: “You Are What You Wear”

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$4 Bookstore Owner: Carissa Camden 2515 Airport Road Phone: 471-4053 www.4dollarbookstore.com Carissa Camden has a secret — it’s the secret to her success, and she isn’t telling. Camden owns the $4 Bookstore, a place that sells paperbacks for $2 and hardback books for $4 — no matter the age of the book, the value of… Continue Reading $4 Bookstore protecting the secret to its success

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Book Review: “The Power of Reputation”

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by Chris Komisarjevsky It may be just your imagination, but the phone isn’t ringing as much as it used to. People aren’t coming in the door quite as often, either, and you’re not sure why. It could be the economy, but that’s supposed to be getting better. It could be the market, or the fickleness… Continue Reading Book Review: “The Power of Reputation”

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The critical ingredient is always trust

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Imagine walking into your leadership team meeting wondering whether the same old politics will play out. Would the same people work their own agendas, again? Would the same people be silent and watch it happen? Would everyone just be nice and kind and not honest, and let the meeting pass without ever addressing the elephant,… Continue Reading The critical ingredient is always trust

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Peak Aviation Center, a Colorado Springs school for pilots, is taking flight. Continue Reading Peak Aviation’s flight school soaring to new heights

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Five most common hiring mistakes

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Hiring a new or replacement employee is one of the most difficult decisions we have to make as managers. It also happens to be one of the most strategic and costly decisions as well. There are many ways to improve your chances of hiring well, but the simplest is to avoid the most common hiring… Continue Reading Five most common hiring mistakes

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