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Priorities can be fickle. We’ve learned the past few months it doesn’t take long for something on top of one’s…

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I don’t love the saying, “Do what you love and you’ll never work a day in your life.” Work is…


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In my last column, which was written right before the anticipated 2020 Inspired Home Show, I spoke about complacency. The…

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Fear is a powerful force. Fear can impede change, paralyzing the potential for progress. Fear can also compel change, unleashing…

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Recently, I was in a situation in which I was very uncomfortable. Not the kind of uncomfortable that would have…

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I’m often asked to address challenges and opportunities facing the housewares business. During a recent presentation to independent kitchenware retailers…

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Right before the summer market season, I ordered a new dress online. One of the mainstay brands in my wardrobe,…

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One of the simplest pieces of business advice I received early in my editorial career was also one of the…

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The word “experience” is one that is used frequently throughout the pages of GOURMET INSIDER®, as it is one of…

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It was a question that reverberated through the summer trade show halls, in every meeting between retailers and vendors, around…

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All-Stars Focus On Personal, Industry Growth During the Memorial Day weekend, I spent time touring Napa Valley wine country. A…

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Success Requires A Convincing Answer Consumer indifference is a threat to independent retailers. All retailers are vulnerable when people don’t…

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For the past two years, SoulCycle has been my exercise of choice. I love everything about how I feel when…

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The premium kitchen cutlery industry has resisted radical marketing and merchandising change through the years. Perhaps with good reason. High-end…

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My best friend sent me a picture of her freshly-organized drawers. “I finally watched Marie Kondo. I am changed,” the…

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