All in From SGS

5 Takeaways in my 5 Years of Business

This month marks my fifth year in business. Similar to divorce, the statistics for failure are high. It’s bleak. Closing a business is more likely than splitting up for the first time, getting hit by a bus, or being friends with a vegan. Though this reality is daunting, I’ve heard the only way to keep the doors open is to keep on. 

Questions Spurred After Watching Rocketman

With much joy, I saw Rocketman recently after much anticipation. It was a delightful, rhinestone filled ride with nasty bits thrown in between. That’s life, you know? Wonderful events – love, family, success – with a running gauntlet – ego, stress, xenophobia – bumping into and over obstacles as you bumble through, hopefully wearing sequins.

Best of My Blog: Celebrating 250 Posts

Two hundred and fifty can be a big number. Two hundred and fifty puppies? So many puppies. Two hundred and fifty pairs of shoes? As close to heaven as I’ll ever desire. But it can also be a modest number. Two hundred and fifty dollars in a retirement savings account? A banker would say there is room for improvement.