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  • From Paralyzing Fear to Compelling Reward When I asked myself what would make me drive across the Chesapeake Bay Bridge in Virginia again, my first thought was nothing.  And then I thought of what would.  If my son's life depended on my driving him across that bridge, I would drive it.  If I knew that a million dollars was waiting for me but I had to drive across that bridge to claim it, I would grit my teeth and drive it.  Herein lies the key to overcoming paralyzing fear.  There has to be some gain on the other side that means more to you than the fear that's gripping you.  Without that reward, you don't have the fuel to push past that heart ...
    Posted Aug 29, 2017, 12:08 PM by Suzette Vearnon
  • Entrepreneurship Question: What would you do if you were 18 again? MY ANSWER:  When I was 18 years old, I only knew that my parents said I was going to college. I had NO IDEA what I wanted to do and even when I declared my major Junior year, it was a toss up between Mathematics and Psychology. I chose Mathematics because I was told this was the quickest route to making money. In hindsight, I know that Psychology most resonated. I said all that to say, don't feel badly that you don't know what you want to do at age 18. I didn't either. You are already ahead of me though in that you are asking for advice. You are to be commended! Though you've said ...
    Posted Nov 11, 2015, 12:01 PM by Suzette Vearnon
  • Is Social Media Creating a Frenzy or a Frazzle? I heard a statement that I can't say I totally agree with, but it definitely caught my attention.  A respected Sales and Marketing Expert said that there is going to a migration from social media in the coming months or years.  When I heard it, I immediately shook my head in disagreement.  I don't believe social media as a marketing strategy will become obsolete.  In this computer age, it's here to stay.  What I do believe is that it cannot take the place of human connections.Can I be the first to complain about the commercialization of social media marketing?  One need only to take a stroll to one's own Facebook news feed and, without the ...
    Posted May 12, 2015, 4:06 PM by Suzette Vearnon
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