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What I Learned From Building a Conference in 35 Days

By Michael Roderick  -  On 28 Jan, 2015 -  0 comments

Back in December of 2012 I hosted the first ConnectorCon while I was still working in business development at an educational technology start up. I had been to a conference earlier that year that I was not impressed with and I thought it would be cool to try and do something better. So on November

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Let’s Remember Who We Set Out To Be

By Norah Turnham  -  On 22 Nov, 2013 -  0 comments

The Starving Artist Program is one of my favorite Small Pond services.  I keep pushing to do this program from time to time and to keep the costs super low because I think it’s important to stay connected to our roots. Both Michael and I have a background as theatre artists.  We know firsthand what

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The Importance of the Last Hour of the Day: Flipping the Script on our Concept of Productivity

By Michael Roderick  -  On 04 Nov, 2013 -  0 comments

When I first started my business I read a lot of blogs and books about starting businesses. To this day I still do a good deal of reading about improving business, managing psychological barriers, and innovation. Most of the material I have read emphasized the first part of the day. The concept was based on

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Awesome Person Thursday: Malini Singh McDonald

By Michael Roderick  -  On 26 Sep, 2013 -  0 comments

If you followed my old blog One Producer in the City you know that I like to give a shout out to awesome people every Thursday.  So every Thursday expect to hear about somebody amazing! This week’s Awesome Person Thurday (A.P.T.) is Malini Singh McDonald of Theatre Beyond Broadway and Black Henna Productions. I first met

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The Time You Have

By Norah Turnham  -  On 22 Sep, 2013 -  0 comments

There is a viral video that has been going around and, when I saw it, I thought it would be good to share it here. As entrepreneurs we can easily get sucked into the nitty gritty of wading through our email inbox, handling our sales pipeline, and managing and taking meetings. It important to, every

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