Monthly Archives: December 2009

Finding Strength in the “Unknown”

 “I’m dreaming of a White Christmas . . . “ Waiting deep in thought at a stoplight on Metcalf earlier this evening, I became aware of myself humming along as Bing Crosby crooned his familiar Christmas Classic. Then I chuckled. The … Continue reading

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All I Want for Christmas . . .

 “All I want for Christmas is my two front teeth . . . my two front teeth . . . my two front teeth . . .”             As you close the door on 2009, what “gaps” are keeping your … Continue reading

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Speak Now or Forever Hold Your Piece (NOT!)

Of the contracting pie, that is. When I was in Washington, DC, in November for national NAWBO board meetings, I had the opportunity to meet Ana Harvey, the SBA’s assistant administrator, Office of Women’s Business Ownership. One of the things … Continue reading

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Calling All Exporters!

The Kansas Department of Commerce is accepting nominations for the 2010 Governor’s Exporter of the Year Award. The award is presented each year to a Kansas business for excellence in international trade and marketing. The 2009 winner was Cereal Ingredients, … Continue reading

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