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Here is your Indianola Chamber of Commerce bi-weekly newsletter that provides you with tips, tricks and information that can help you personally and professionally. Feel free to include any of these articles in your business newsletters or blogs. We are happy to provide you with this information as part of your membership benefits.
Brenda Easter
Executive Director
Indianola Chamber of Commerce
111 N. Buxton, Suite 117
Jun 12, 2019
I trained myself to be creative by doing these 9 things
The word “creativity” often evokes visions of the artist at work—a painter splashing color on a canvas or a writer drafting the next great novel. These images do represent a certain kind of creativity, but they can also be limiting ...
Fast Company
Why You Should Make Your Most Important Decisions in The Morning
There's a scientific reason why you must make your most important decisions first thing in the morning, and in the second season of ...
A Midyear Business Legal Checkup for Small Business Owners
Too often, entrepreneurs take a reactive approach to reviewing the legal aspects of their business. But that can lead to avoidable ...
All Business
Friday Night Live Concert June 28
The first Friday Night Live Concert of the summer will be June 7 from 6 p.m. - 9 p.m. at Memorial Park, 602 N. G Street. Train Wreck will be playing country and rock. Beer Garden. Food is available for purchase.
Indianola Chamber of Commerce
Register TODAY for the Indianola Golf Open
Is your foursome lined up? Shotgun start time is 9 a.m. on July 17 at the Indianola Golf and Country Club. Whether you are a novice or seasoned golfer, it’s a fun day. Sponsorships Available.
Sign up at
Indianola Chamber of Commerce
Tips to Help You Plan Your Small Business Events with Ease
Studies have shown that business events, both large and small, have one of the key roles in the growth and expansion of the Australian ...
The Startup Magazine
Update your leadership skills to bridge the digital–human divide
For decades, progressive business thinkers have heralded the arrival of the disruptive future of work. And now, it seems to have finally ...
Strategy + Business
Three Signs That You're Under-Managing Your Employees
Taking a "hands-off" approach to leadership can work well, especially when leading a team of skilled experts who are motivated and capable ...
4 Reasons Befriending Your Competitors is Good for Business
Keep your friends close, and your enemies closer. We've heard this piece of ominous wisdom a thousand times in a thousand thrillers ...
Simple Ways to Make Social Media Work for Your Business
In social media, you must not only engage but also engage consistently. The key to building meaningful relationships is to join the ...
One simple trick to boost employee happiness: Give them ownership
Near-record-low unemployment has companies fumbling to find the best ways to recruit and retain workers. Our research suggests a ...
Fast Company
Every New Employee Needs an Onboarding “Buddy”
Bringing a new employee onboard is both an exciting and stressful time. And while managers play a critical role in shaping a new employees' ...
Harvard Business Review
8 Ways to Get Paid Faster by Your Clients
Most businesses don't have trunks of money sitting around, filled with unlimited cash reserves. On the contrary, juggling cash ...
All Business
"If you must know, I work for minimum wage! For a CEO, minimum wage is $750 an hour."
Copyright © Randy Glasbergen
New York businessman Arnold Rothstein is widely reputed to have been behind what major sports scandal in the early part of the 20th century?
See the answer below.
Winning with a data-driven strategy
The entire ethos of Spanish hotel chain Ilunion is built on innovation, and its most powerful tool for solving problems is now ...
Strategy + Business
What Year Was It?
Statue of Liberty Arrives
What Year
The Statue of Liberty, a gift of friendship from the people of France to the people of the United States, arrives in New York City's harbor.
The day was Jun 17. What year was it?
Quote of the Week
"The opportunity is often lost by deliberating."
Publilius Syrus
Trivia Answer
New York businessman Arnold Rothstein is widely reputed to have been behind what major sports scandal in the early part of the 20th century?
Answer: Baseball's Black Sox scandal
Indianola Chamber of Commerce
111 N. Buxton, Suite 117
Indianola, IA 50125
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