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Tenacity Tales #23: On Running Towards Discomfort

Dayna created her business, DNA Wellness, with her husband Anthony to empower and encourage others with long-lasting wellness solutions. Think simple tips, engaging tutorials, and practical advice on 360-topics including emotional, physical, spiritual, and financial health.

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Lessons from a Retail Rebellion
Scanning the headlines you’d be forgiven for grabbing a calculator, especially if you’re a retailer or real estate watcher.
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7 Books To Read To Get Inspired Right Now
Today I want to share some good, good reading!In January there are always great lists to get your new year off to a great start- Top Inspirational Movies, workout programs, etc.
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Do We Need New Capitalism?
I read a really interesting article a while back. It was an interview with Salesforce founder Marc Benioff.
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Tenacity Tales #19: A Familiar Face
Welcome back to Tenacity Tales, friend! This is our favorite feature, (we hope it's one of yours too!) and we're stoked to continue sharing inspiring entrepreneurial journeys in 2020.
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Pastry Guru Let Me Down
On paper it sounded divine. In photos it looked sublime. And for Jonathan Elias, aka Pastry Guru, it was the dessert of the most recent holiday season. The “it” being his baklava cheesecake: crushed pistachios and walnuts scented with fresh cardamom spread between two layers of cheesecake, and a nest of crisp, rosewater-flavored filo on top, plus a heaping of more nuts. 
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The Dangers of Entrepreneurial “Hustle Porn”
So straight up- this week’s topic title might sound a bit risque, but I assure you, there’s nothing X-rated about it. 
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How to Stop Being a Wantrepreneur
Today I'm here to warn you about a very real threat: The wantrepreneur!Dun dun DUNNNN!!
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Tenacity Tales #18: The Dapper Man Revitalizing His Hometown
Bradley Brow had a vision of a place where men could get high end salon services in a cool, comfortable environment; a place more urban and cutting-edge (forgive the pun!) than his quiet Midwest hometown of Jackson, MI offered.
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How To Prioritize Work And Life As The Year Comes To A Close
Here we are at the end of the year already. Time to tie up loose ends at work, push for the end of the year sales, get ready for tax season, budget, and one more thing: Enjoy the Holidays!
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5 Steps To Find Your Company's True Purpose
I’m going to start off with a question for you all. What do these three things have in common: CVS pulling tobacco products. Walmart discontinuing to sell ammunition in its stores. NIKE and Colin Kaepernick. 
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How To Prepare Your Business For 2020: 7 Easy Tips
I know there’s nothing magical about January 1st.But every time December rolls around, I can’t help but look forward to the fresh start that a new year brings. 
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5 Ways to Overcome Imposter Syndrome
Right now, I'd like to get a little deep with you. Go under the surface and talk to your feelings. It won't hurt, but it might be a little uncomfortable. Ready?
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5 Tips To Include Remote Workers In Your Holiday Celebrations
As more and more professionals seek better work-life balance and more companies adopt flexible policies to accommodate a shifting workplace, the work from home option is becoming increasingly popular. This means that you can work when you feel most productive. For some people that’s in the morning, others prefer to work late into the night. You get to work in your own rhythm.
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The #1 Way To Nurture A “Crazy” Idea
We work with a lot of businesses day in and out. And our family and friends, of course, know this. So I can’t tell you the number of times someone has said to me at a party or event, “I have this crazy idea to do X!” Or “I’ve always wanted to do Y!”
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The Unique Way Our Company Celebrates The Giving Season
The team and I created Excelerate America to serve a need for entrepreneurs and to make a difference in local communities. The holiday season is a chance for our team members that are spread out across the country to come together around helping local charities they are actively involved in supporting. It allows us to show support where we live and work and also brings us closer together as a team working collectively to make a difference.
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You Can Do It Too- Big Companies That Started Small
Many entrepreneurs are overwhelmed by the belief they have to start from scratch. They ponder on what they could do that no one has ever done before.
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