BoardofAdvisorsBuilding a business from scratch is hard work; and it’s even harder if you’re an On-Ramper—a person who took time off work to raise children, enjoy a sabbatical, or care for aging parents. At the age of 40 I started my business and one of the first, and smartest, things I did was assemble a personal board of advisors. To succeed in business, it’s important to be self-aware. That includes knowing that you don’t know, as my father always said.
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October 8th, 2013 · Comments Off · AnneDGallaher
March 7th, 2013 · Comments Off · AnneDGallaher
Whenever I speak to a group of young people, I learn something from these bright Millenials—it’s a mini-focus group that helps me stay connected to the ideas, curiosity, and adaptability of digital natives. Whether I’m sharing with a social media savvy audience at Social Slam in Knoxville, TN, or with a small group of students […]
July 23rd, 2012 · Comments Off · All Posts, AnneDGallaher
McClure Company employees team up for the YMCA Corporate Challenge. By Anne Deeter Gallaher, CEO/Owner of Deeter Gallaher Group LLC The familiar proverb “The apple does not fall far from the tree” refers to parents and children, but I think it also has meaning for employees and employers. If you want to understand the culture […]
July 18th, 2012 · Comments Off · All Posts, AnneDGallaher
How we leverage the content we create is critical to any marketing strategy. If your strategy involves multi-channel media, you’ll be using a range of traditional and digital platforms to reach specific audiences. For influence and Google juice, one of the most powerful and persuasive tools is an opinion editorial. Although we value the information […]
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April 6th, 2012 · Comments Off · All Posts, AnneDGallaher
Helping women ramp up their businesses, not only to add jobs, but to increase profitability and financial independence, is one challenge I’m looking forward to discussing at The Wall Street Journal Women in the Economy Task Force, on April 30—May 2. Improving the competitiveness of the American workforce is the overarching goal: “To that end, […]
January 7th, 2012 · Comments Off · All Posts, AnneDGallaher
Entrepreneurs by nature are performance driven. We have no guarantees of long-term employment, retainers, or even work into next week. What drives us is the desire to do great work—and to keep good clients. To be independent and successful. A significant event for me in 2011 awakened fresh clarity in my business. My father died […]
November 2nd, 2011 · Comments Off · AnneDGallaher
Thanks to Dan Christ, Director of Audience Engagement for The Patriot-News in Harrisburg, Pa., I was invited to speak to newspaper executives attending the 2011 Inter-State Circulation Managers’ Association (I-SCMA), in State College. Connecting with Customers in Social Media might seem an ironic topic to share with a room full of newspaper circulation managers, but […]