Too legit, too legit t…(you know the rest)

“To quit.” The last part of the song lyric is “too legit to quit” (in case you didn’t, in fact, know the rest). To paraphrase the great poet MC Hammer: my business is now officially too legitimate for me to turn back. This week I achieved a few milestones that I think…

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What about the ‘s’?

When I first started talking with my mom about joining/taking over Taylor’d Communication, I knew my assumption of ownership would really be in name only, since she had already been phasing out her clients (and because I don’t live in the same city). But then the question became whether I…

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A quarter of a century

If you’ll indulge me for just a moment here, I’d like to brag about my mom for just a second. OK, well maybe for more than a second…I’m not exactly known for my brevity. And especially when it comes to celebrating someone who is just so fantastically deserving of praise. In 1989, my mom,…

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The Evolution of Taylor’d Communication

When I was a kid, maybe eight years old or so, I loved to visit my mom at her office. It was an adventure and a treat. She had just started her own one-woman marketing consultancy, and the accounting firm where she had previously been working was kind enough to…

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I wish I’d had the forethought

If I had a nickel for every time I thought “I wish I would have known [specific important tidbit of information] back in the day”…I would have roughly a bazillion nickels. Like, enough nickels that I wouldn’t even need to work. But, I would work anyway because I enjoy what I…

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Stepping Out for Step Up

Yesterday was a fun milestone: it was event day for a fundraising auction that Taylor’d Communication sponsored–the agency’s first official nonprofit sponsorship since I took the helm! Stepping Out for Step Up: the 2015 Step Up for Kids Auction raised thousands of dollars to support programs for new parents and their children in the Prescott,…

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