Old Fashioned Business Networking!

By Linda S. Fitzgerald / July 27, 2018 / 0 Comments

We Didn’t Do It That Way Before! When my Dad and his partner Bud Stewart were in the service station and auto repair business; there was no such thing as business networking. We lived in a small town so they knew most of the folks who were customers. Since they also dispensed gasoline, prospective customers…

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The Long & Short of Networking!

By Linda S. Fitzgerald / June 25, 2018 / 0 Comments

Networking is vitally important for anyone in business. Whether one’s own business or representing another’s business interests. Getting out and about to meet other folks can make the difference in whether we succeed or not. Last Thursday evening, I was part of a large event in my home community. I had a major part in…

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'Lord of the Little Things'

By Linda S. Fitzgerald / May 18, 2018 / 0 Comments

‘Lord of the Little Things’ ~ It doesn’t matter how long we’ve been a believer and enjoyed a tight relationship with the Lord Jesus. We can still miss the subtleties He brings us each day; thus missing one of the delights of the relationship. And missing the subtleties can be somewhat detrimental for us Christian…

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"Talk To Me!"~ Wisdom for Christian Business Women!

By Linda S. Fitzgerald / March 23, 2018 / 0 Comments

“Talk to Me,” . . . BUT Please BE KIND! The advent of social media and all things electronic have changed the way we communicate. While it’s awesome to text with another Christian business woman halfway around the world; it’s not nearly as warm and personal as doing so face to face; something mostly impossible before…

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Best Sales Protocol ~ Thoughts for Christian Business Women!

By Linda S. Fitzgerald / March 16, 2018 / 0 Comments

Now That’s Better Linda! Last week I broke with the usual and customary to write my feelings about political correctness and our hyper-racial sensitivity culture that had just gotten under my epidermis. While I got some very nice (and kind) comments; those who usual flock to read what I wrote were no where in sight. I…

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"White Guilt" ~ True or False?

By Linda S. Fitzgerald / March 9, 2018 / 0 Comments

I Digress! Today, I digress from a usual and customary post designed to enrich, encourage, inspire or otherwise positively impact women. Particularly Christian women in business. But after an incident early this week and an awesome article on Facebook today; I decided to digress and share my personal feelings about the state of our current…

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Know Before You Go! Really? For Christian Business Women

By Linda S. Fitzgerald / March 2, 2018 / 0 Comments

What Do I Mean By That? Over the years that I have been blogging, I’ve posted how important it is for business women to “know before they go”. What I mean by that relates to the process we call “networking”. It’s important we know our business, our target market or markets, who we want to meet at…

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Am I Living My Calling? Thoughts for Christian Business Women

By Linda S. Fitzgerald / February 23, 2018 / 0 Comments

The Best Laid Plans. . . Two weeks ago, I wrote the title for the week’s post early in the week. In the interim, life intervened via the horrific school shooting in southern Florida. Needless to say, that post awaits completion. No problem I thought. I’ll just return to finish the original post since it relates…

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It's Okay. . . Thoughts for Christian Business Women!

By Linda S. Fitzgerald / February 16, 2018 / 0 Comments

FRIDAY THOUGHTS! As you may know,I try to do a blog post each Friday here at our website “home”; This week was no different. In fact, I had the title written early in the week based on a comment by an Olympic athlete overheard as the TV played in the background. “Bombshell News!” It…

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Touch Points~Thoughts for Christian Business Women!

By Linda S. Fitzgerald / February 9, 2018 / 0 Comments

Critical Moments! I call them “touch points”. Those times in life where we suddenly come to a fork in the road. Or a barrier that requires a change of direction we didn’t anticipate. Those moments when the bottom drops out of what we thought was well-oiled; greased and on the right track. The “touch point” of…

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