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Labor Day 2009, Paceline Launches A Blog!

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A new feature for Paceline Business Consulting, LLC is this blog.  I am going to try and provide content on a weekly basis alternating between business related articles and articles of general interest (sports, observations, food & wine and anything else that might come up).

Let the blogging begin. 

Today is the unofficial last day of summer and I for one am a little disappointed.  I love the warm weather and outside activities such as gardening and bicycle riding.  I also enjoy watching baseball every night as the good guys battle the bad guys to stay above .500.  I have the hope of an Indian Summer and a mild Winter and then a warmer Spring which leads back to another glorious Summer.  

This sounds rather optimistic and it is.  Let me let you in on a secret.  I found out something about myself during the economic crisis we have endured this past year.  The secret is:  I am an optimist.  At least as it relates to the American business owner.  I am working daily in hand-to-hand combat with these heroes of our great country.  I see the optimism they display in what people can achieve.  The small business is the backbone of what drives our economy.  I salute their success despite the headwinds created by our government in Washington.   

So, here’s to our small business owners who will pull us out of this recession and reinvent, innovate and stimulate our economy despite what the experts say.  

Are you ready for some football!  Bring on the fall and winter season life is good.


Written by pacelinebiz

September 7, 2009 at 9:46 pm

Posted in General Interest

3 Responses

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  1. Doug,
    Congratulations! The fearless leader of our Mindshare/Mindspring group plows new ground once again. Nice job.

    Dave Burge

    September 8, 2009 at 5:50 pm

  2. Great job,Doug.Enjoyed the flow of your writings and think it’s an excellent idea to alternate topics from business to personal.

    Frank Whalen

    September 11, 2009 at 12:35 pm

  3. Doug,

    This is great. Your enthusiastic comments and helpful explanation of Operating Leverage was most welcome. I have shared your blog with my CFO.


    Kathy Murauskas

    September 15, 2009 at 9:54 am

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