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Volume 117: The Only Certainty in Life is Change

It has been a while since my last article, and I would like to apologize to my dozens of loyal readers. The last 6 months have been full of evolution, transition, and growth at Oberg and Associates, LLC. This evolution started with me making a decision to clearly identify what I wanted my life to … Continue reading Volume 117: The Only Certainty in Life is Change

Volume 116: Season of Change

In the years that I’ve been doing this Newsletter, November is always that time of year that always has a vast array of different topics. I could do the “Thankful For”, maybe relate to the “Cowboys”, or now since hockey has started even do something for the “Dallas Stars” … BUT I decided to keep … Continue reading Volume 116: Season of Change

Volume 115: 25 Lessons from 25 Years, Part Three

Today, I am excited to conclude my three-part series talking about the Top 25 Lessons I’ve Learned in 25 Years of owning my own company. It has certainly been a ride. Hopefully, my experience can prove valuable to someone else. #10: Documentation Stinks, but Is Necessary to Long-Term Success After doing this as long as … Continue reading Volume 115: 25 Lessons from 25 Years, Part Three

Volume 114: Interview Horror Stories

By: Teresa Hundt Interview Horror Stories… We all have either had one or know of someone who has. Since this month is the spookiest month of the year, I know many articles and newsletters are swirling around that this very topic. I’m going to do things a little bit differently. Instead of just discussing the "horror", … Continue reading Volume 114: Interview Horror Stories

Volume 113: 25 Lessons from 25 Years, Part Two

Back in May, I decided to do a 3-part series to celebrate O&A turning 25 Years Old. So, today, we’re going to continue celebrating with the next ten lessons in our list of the Top 25 Lessons I’ve Learned Owning My Own Business for 25 Years. Picking up where we left off, in no particular … Continue reading Volume 113: 25 Lessons from 25 Years, Part Two