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There’s a reason every-sitcom-ever has done a flashback Thanksgiving episode (you know, those episodes where they just show clips from a bunch of past episodes?). It’s because Thanksgiving is the perfect time to reflect on the past and count our blessings – and the best blessings of all are our people. I mean, Joey wouldRead more
There’s no WRONG time to send a gift. (Seriously. Can not stress that enough). But…every basic #bossbabe sends client gifts during the holidays. Stand out from the crowd this year by sending Thanksgiving gifts to your clients. OR send both! We weren’t joking about that no-wrong-time thing. During the holiday season, consumers are bombarded with bland, impersonalRead more
Surprise and delight go together like PB&J. And just like a jelly-only sandwich doesn’t top the list of best lunches, surprise isn’t enough on its own. These days, companies that don’t prioritize creating authentic relationships with their clients will have a hard time surviving. You need to surprise your clients throughout the entire customer journey,Read more
During the holiday season, consumers are bombarded with bland, impersonal messages from every direction. Simple adjustments to how you approach the holidays could create big changes in how your customers perceive your brand – and result in more referrals, better customer retention, and more satisfied customers overall. Take a sec to daydream about how aaaaamazzinggRead more
Looking for the perfect Halloween gifts for your long-distance loved ones? Just because you don’t live on the same street as your nieces, nephews, besties, or child away at college, doesn’t mean you can’t be part of their Halloween experience. Sending care packages, gift baskets, or greeting cards is one easy way to say “I’mRead more
Here in St. Louis, MO, we have our fair share of regional quirks (see: provel cheese, or bread-sliced-bagel-gate). But the BEST local tradition is telling jokes for Halloween. When kids in St. Louis go trick-or-treating, the tradition is that they have to tell a joke at each house to get their candy. And if youRead more