Technology. It does so much to enhance our lives. But it’s also wreaking havoc on our posture. I’ve been working with clients for years that spend 8 hours or more per day sitting at a desk looking at a computer … Read More
Thousands of entrepreneurs will open businesses this year, and many will shutdown their shops before the year’s end. If you’ve exhausted all your options and decided to close your company, these are the steps you need to take on social … Read More
When was the last time you cleaned your smart phone? What about your tablet or computer mouse? If you are anything like me, you don’t know if you have EVER cleaned them! Well, apparently these frequently used devices are kind … Read More
We’ve all become accustomed to the magic that we call the Smartphone. This trusty device does so much more than dial a number, or receive a simple text message. Smartphones posses E-mail capabilities, complete and total access to the Internet, … Read More
This past weekend, the KWSM Staff participated in the Aliso Viejo Lip Dub. More than 1300 Aliso residents came out to make a video that will go up on YouTube to help publicize the city. We created a giant music … Read More
This is my week to step away from the business, to think about our long-term plans. It happens once every 6-months , and I believe it keeps us nimble as a company – growing, evolving, always with an eye to the … Read More
I have known about Working Wardrobes for a while now. I have donated clothes to them through their boutique stores “The Hanger” and have always known they are a quality organization. However, I had no idea just how much they … Read More
If, as business owners, we don’t hold a vision for our companies, no one else is going to do it either. Who cares more about KWSM’s success than I do? And more importantly, if I stop caring (or just give it up for lack of time), who will pay the price? Not just me, but every member of our team. I have a responsibility to take time to focus on the business. I need to be calm and clear-headed enough to make smart decisions. And yes, sometimes that means stepping away from the laptop. I’ve realized that having a balance between doing the work and thinking about how we do the work is essential for success – and ensuring success is my primary responsibility.