Twenty years in business… without a business degree.
That is the story of Anne Deeter Gallaher, owner and CEO of the Deeter Gallaher Group, a creative services firm in Camp Hill, Pennsylvania.
As Anne herself would say, she’s taken a nontraditional path to entrepreneurship. Before having her first son, Anne worked at a publishing house for five years which opened the door to the first of many challenges she’s overcome…
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Every New Year it’s the same thing. We’re made to believe as soon as the clock strikes 12:01am, we’re instantly a new and improved version of ourselves! And while becoming the BEST version of you IS possible (especially when surrounded by an inspiring, empowering COMMUNITY), it takes hard work and an even better mindset!
GIRL it’s taken me YEARS to develop a routine that REALLY gets me going in the “right” direction daily. But because I believe in empowering YOU with resources to live YOUR dream, I’m excited to share my 3 quick tips to kickstarting your day!
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Let’s be honest (because that’s all we are here at DTC)…as much as we may wish it were, not everyday is a good day.
But what do you do when your day is less than you dreamed?
Well GIRL, lucky for us I have a few tried & true tricks up my sleeve to almost instantly improve your good day, bad day, and everyday in between.
Keep reading for tips to creating a bad day plan that works for YOU!!!
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MAYBE I’m going out on a limb here, but I think I speak for us ALL when I say…
2020 has been one hell of a year!
From combating COVID-19 to wading the political pool, addressing racial inequality in our country to redefining what it means to “work from home”, this year has forced us to face change. And as mentioned in my blog post Let’s NOT Return to “NORMAL” I’m not so sure all of this change is necessarily bad.
In fact, I’m not sure EMBRACING change is all that bad either…
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