Archive for author: Dyanne Walker

Lessons from an Entrepreneur:  COVID Day 180

COVID lessons

The conversations about 2020 are old.  I’ve added #2020sucks to many texts and emails.  I’ve complained along with everyone else and it’s just old.  A...

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Lessons from an Entrepreneur: To Renew or Not to Renew …. the Lease, That is.

Office lease

It feels like everything is changing at a quick and steady pace this year.  We have all had to adjust our lives and I feel like it’s created more cama...

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Lessons from an Entrepreneur: The “Opportunity” to be Relevant

Blogging

I’ve enjoyed writing blogs over the past couple of months and the reality is, I should have been doing it long before now.  I didn’t want to push my t...

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Lessons from an Entrepreneur: What Culinary School Taught Me About Business

Culinary School and Business

In my last blog, I talked about going to culinary school.  I was able to take quite a few things from there and apply them to my business, and visa ve...

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Lessons from an Entrepreneur:  Running a Software Company from Culinary School

Culinary School While Running a Company

One day in early 2016 we were having a meeting in the office, going over projects we were currently working on.  One of our clients is a university, a...

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Lessons from an Entrepreneur: Married to the Boss

married to the boss

It isn’t easy working with your spouse.  Let’s start with that.  I have been asked a million times, “how do you two work together?”.  “I would kill my...

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Lessons from an Entrepreneur:  Marketing through Sponsorships

Sponsorships

I’m sure all of you who own a business have been asked for free goods or services for some cause or another.  When business is good and cash isn’t tig...

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Lessons from an Entrepreneur:  The Power of Tribe

women in business

Women have opportunities that we have never had before. Doors are being opened and it’s our responsibility to walk through them and hold them open for...

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Lessons from an Entrepreneur:  Vendors – the Good and the Bad

Women vendor meeting

Throughout the years, we have worked with a lot of vendors and service providers, but a couple have made a larger than normal impression.  I have an e...

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Lessons from an Entrepreneur:  All About Employees

Web Teks Team

In my last post, we talked about knowing when to bootstrap or invest in your business. One of the biggest investments in your business will be your em...

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