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Author Archives: Dorie Fain

The power of protecting your time (access required)

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After I had spent many years in what is considered a relationship development role, it wasn’t until I worked with a business coach that I really learned the power of protecting my time. I used to run around keeping a ...

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When to pay cash for a home and when to finance (access required)

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When considering a new home purchase, many of our clients debate the merits of paying all cash or financing a portion of their purchase with a mortgage. For clients who are fortunate enough to have the options, there are benefits ...

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Social media for the reluctant (access required)

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Anyone who knows me well will vouch for the fact that I am not a fan of social media. Having tried Facebook many years ago and only to shut down my profile soon after, I feel liberated from the traps ...

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Find your business niche (access required)

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As more time goes on, I am seeing even more clearly how beneficial my decision to focus on such a narrow niche really is. I reconnected with a colleague that I had not talked to in a few years because ...

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An insider’s perspective on business development (access required)

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Recently, I had the absolute pleasure of sharing a working lunch session with eight dynamic women attorneys in different practice groups. Everyone around the table had a distinct approach to share about their area of expertise. We had such a ...

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The journey to a successful business website

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Anyone who has been through the process of creating, re-creating, writing, editing, updating or doing anything related to a business website already knows much of what I am going to share in this month’s article. When I started my business ...

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Never underestimate the need for cash (access required)

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Cash is king. We’ve heard the saying, but what does it really mean? Recently a friend reached out to me, asking for advice about his mother’s financial situation. His father had passed away earlier this year, and since that time, ...

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For the first time, learning to compete (access required)

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Growing up in Rhode Island, I knew that my home state was the smallest in the union. It is something most Rhode Islanders know as a catch phrase, yet until you leave the state and live in much larger places ...

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