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workplace diversity

Practical Steps to Workplace Diversity

By Rachel Isbill / June 17, 2020 / 0 Comments

As a business owner or manager, you may be wondering what it looks like to prioritize diversity in your workplace. We are taking time to learn and educate ourselves in this season. We’ve heard many business leaders express that they want their values to be reflected in their operations. Here are some practical steps to […]

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The Simplest Tip for Productivity: Set a Timer

By Rachel Isbill / February 12, 2020 / 1 Comment

There is a never-ending list of tools, tips and tricks out there for increasing your productivity. Instead of helping you accomplish more, keeping up with the different tools can be overwhelming, add to your load and become a whole other set of responsibilities!  So before we get started, know this is not another platform you […]

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Spiritual Warfare is Real for Business Leaders

By Rachel Isbill / October 30, 2019 / 1 Comment

This may sound dramatic, but you are in a daily spiritual battle. There are forces of evil in this world that will not leave any facet of our lives un-pursued. Our businesses are such a big part of our lives, it would be foolish to think that forces of evil are not against you there […]

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What To Do When You Can’t Keep Going

By Rachel Isbill / September 11, 2019 / 1 Comment

What makes you passionate? That’s how we got here, right? As business leaders we got to where we are by our drive to participate in the things we are passionate about. That fire in our souls. To make an impact, see something change, make things better, or whatever it may be. How’s that going for […]

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Try to say everything and say nothing at all.

By Rachel Isbill / July 22, 2019 / 0 Comments

If you try to say everything, you say nothing at all. This is a phrase I adopted as my marketing motto early on in my career. My co-workers joked that I needed to get it tatoo-ed somewhere. As I worked on projects and print pieces, I felt a tension of effectiveness. Decision makers in the […]

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What the Facebook/Instagram Crash Can Show Us About Our Businesses

By Rachel Isbill / March 14, 2019 / 0 Comments

Yesterday Twitter got a lot of action when Facebook and Instagram servers had outages for most of the day. Tweets were flying with the hashtag #FacebookDown. Normal functioning seems to have returned to both sites as of Thursday morning- so if you missed it, all is restored and fair-weather Twitter users have likely returned to […]

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Christians in the workplace

Three Common Challenges for Christians in the Workplace

By Rachel Isbill / January 25, 2019 / 0 Comments

Christians in business often go against the grain of corporate culture. We’re different. This shouldn’t be a surprise. After all, scripture is clear in referencing a believer’s distinct role in a secular world. “If you belonged to the world, it would love you as its own. As it is, you do not belong to the […]

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Creating a Culture of Optimization

By Rachel Isbill / June 27, 2017 / 1 Comment

One of the first projects of my career was a website redesign for the non-profit I work at. It had been several years since anyone had made any notable updates to the previous website, barring content swaps and changes. Design and functionality were essentially the same as they were 4-5 years prior when they had […]

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