Jodi’s Journal

Jodi’s Journal: Bush legacy of leading through service lives on

If the death of former President George H.W. Bush has you wishing for the kinder, gentler nation he called for, this story is for you.

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Jodi’s Journal: On Amazon, entrepreneurship and buying local

As Amazon announces the locations of its new headquarters and the holiday season nears, there are multiple reasons to invest in locally grown businesses.

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Jodi’s Journal: Modern marketing demands creating delight, surprise

Want your marketing to stand out? Pick up some inspiration from these businesses using a modern approach.

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Jodi’s Journal: Female CEOs a rare find in Sioux Falls

For some reason, women are still woefully underrepresented at the top of corporate leadership in this business community. They’re needed today more than ever.

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Jodi’s Journal: Hidden headlines at the Sanford International

From a business perspective, the Sanford International is all about relationships and reputation.

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Jodi’s Journal: The teachers who shaped me the most

This back-to-school season, remember the teachers who influenced you the most. It might help elevate the profession as a whole.

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Jodi’s Journal: Baseball, baby boomers and what downtown really needs

Attracting younger demographics downtown is going to require thinking differently.

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Jodi’s Journal: Tweeting CEOs and digital dementia

Too much time on social media can create serious implications for businesses, the leaders who use the platforms and anyone else.

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Jodi’s Journal: If you’re a leader during the workweek, lead on Sunday too

There is a distinct divide in America between those who attend religious services and those who don’t. But if you’re a business leader, consider publicly practicing your faith.

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Jodi’s Journal: From 1912 to today, downtown vision stays alive

An image of downtown Sioux Falls more than a century ago proves timely as new developments are planned.

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