Lia RobinsonEditor and Community Mentor

    I work in corporate communications. This is an integral part of any business, large or small. My skills and tasks are critical for growth, yet they can be difficult to achieve, implement, and maintain. My job is to articulate to the buyer, customer, or end-user of any business, the vision of the owner and creator of that business. I am the connector. I am working on ways to consult for colleagues, friends, and entrepreneurs that are easy to process and implement into their careers, lives, and businesses. I love it when people succeed.

    Latest Contributions

    Drucker’s

    Written by: Stephen Brown; Mansfield Grey There was a blinding light; I couldn’t see. Then I heard a bell, like you would hear when the door opens in a convenience store. Suddenly I was in old man Drucker’s corner store back home. Look at all the candy! I had 52 cents, and I better make […]

    Not A Penny More

    Written by: Leni Sosa; Permanence of Wings Excuse me. (Pause) Excuse me. Yes? How much is that? This one? No, that one. This, my boy, is worth far more than what you can afford. How much? You want a number? Yes. (Pause) It’s not for sale. What? What do you mean it’s not for sale? […]

    Inspiration Challenge – Bodega

    Hipsters! We freaking rock. As this project grows and evolves, it is incredible to wander through each of our individual collections and know that the next chapter for each of us starts with a single suggestion. The inspiration unites us, and then our creativity expands our collective library. Does it get any better than this?! […]