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3 Questions Every Professional Service Provider Must Answer

July 31, 2017
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Every professional service provider is unique. They offer different services, have different credentials and different target markets. They have more or less experience, and their reputations can vary dramatically. But, all service providers face a few of the same basic challenges. You can gain new clients and build your service business by knowing the answers…

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MOTHER EARTH NEWS FAIR

July 31, 2017
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MOTHER EARTH NEWS FAIR

Aug. 5-6, 2017 Albany, OR So much to see, do, and learn. With more than 150 workshops, there is no shortage of informative demonstrations and lectures to educate and entertain you over the weekend. Take a look at the program here. And here is the line of speakers and workshops. Check out the exhibitor list and…

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18th Annual Cracked Pots Recycled Arts Show

July 30, 2017
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18th Annual Cracked Pots Recycled Arts Show

August 1st and 2nd at McMenamins Edgefield Mugwumps 2126 SW Halsey Troutdale Elizabeth See Stroll the grounds at Edgefield and find upcycled metal arts, textiles, ceramic art, sculpture, jewelry, and glass art. Visit with over 100 reuse artists whose work consists of at least 80% recycled/reclaimed materials. See a sampling of the 2017 artists work.…

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Volvo Shakes Up the Auto Industry with Commitment to Only Plug-In, Hybrid, and Electric Cars by 2019

July 17, 2017
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Volvo made an announcement this month that is sure to shake up the auto industry. Starting in 2019, all new Volvos will be either plug-in, hybrid or electric. In the same week, France announced that it will phase out all fossil fuel- powered cars by 2040. The Volkswagen emissions scandal has added to pressure for European auto…

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Oregon Solar Celebration

July 14, 2017
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Oregon Solar Celebration

OSEIA wants the solar message to be clear, we cannot be stopped! July 20th 3p to 6p  The Breathe Building  2305 SE 50th Ave. Portland The Oregon Solar Celebration will feature a rally for solar and clean energy because the Oregon legislature fell short in their support for clean energy last week. On the sunny…

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Dance Days of Buffalo August 4-6th, 2017

July 7, 2017
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Dance Days of Buffalo August 4-6th, 2017

Come join us at Dance Days of Buffalo! I’ll be teaching Embodiment Through Sensual Body Movement Friday August 4th at 2:45pm and performing that night in the Contemporary Choreographers Showcase.  Click here for all the details. The post Dance Days of Buffalo August 4-6th, 2017 appeared first on Sarah Haykel. Read the full post

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Take Action: Don’t Let Multinationals Attack Our Laws

June 27, 2017
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This is a key moment when business leaders like you can make a major difference. The Trump administration is currently deciding what its trade agenda will look like. Unfortunately, it’s shaping up to be more big wins for multinational corporations at the expense of small businesses, working people, and our planet. Trump’s draft plan for…

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Shareholders Push Exxon to Consider Climate Change

June 27, 2017
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For years, shareholders at Exxon Mobil have been pressuring its executives to consider the business impacts of climate change. At the May 2017 shareholder meeting, this tide of concern reached a historic peak. 62 percent of shareholders are concerned with the company’s future in a world with regulated carbon emissions and a corresponding decline in…

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Amazon To Buy Whole Foods for $13.7 Billion

June 22, 2017
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On June 16, Amazon.com Inc. announced it would pay a little under $14 billion to purchase Whole Foods Market Inc. The move is sure to re-invent the grocery store business model while also ramping up Amazon’s brick and mortar retail presence.Whole Foods, known for its organic products, has seen a drop in sales ever since competing grocers started offering…

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How to Choose the Right Images for Your Website

June 20, 2017
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Contrary to popular internet “statistics”, there is no research to back up that humans process visuals 60,000 times faster than text (and here’s a fun blog post that exposes this), but there is a legit body of research that points to the fact that visual cues help us to better retrieve and remember information.… Continue…

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