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Fall Speaker Series to Begin Sept 16

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Marietta, Georgia, August 24, 2011— Business people from Cobb County and Northwest Metro Atlanta will gather once again this fall for the WorkMatters Speaker Series in Marietta. The monthly meetings will feature talks given by local business leaders who have integrated their faith into their work in an attempt to live a more meaningful career. Their leadership styles have reflected …

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Registration is Live for 2011-12 First Speaker Series Event

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Join us September 16 as local business leader Keith Johnson talks about how he has integrated his faith into his work. This father of five children and active leader in the community has been led by his faith in how he balances the big commitment of family and community with the requirements of leading a large commercial construction division that …

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Marietta WorkMatters Twitter Feed is Live

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Follow Marietta WorkMatters on Twitter. The feed will be used to talk about how business people are bridging the gap between their faith and their work. In addition, we will tweet happenings throughout the year to keep you informed of what’s ahead.

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New Website is Live

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Today our website finalized and went live with a major renovation thanks to Bradley Davis and Illuminate Media. Marietta WorkMatters will contribute regular blog postings, upload Speaker Series audio, and provide new ways for you to share the vision and actions of Marietta WorkMatters with your colleagues and business friends.

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2011-12 Speaker Series Schedule

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Traton Homes has graciously offered to host the Marietta WorkMatters Speaker Series for the upcoming year. Doors will open at 6:30 am for coffee, muffins, and networking prior to the start of each event at 7:00 am. Local business people are encouraged to not only join us but to also bring colleagues along with them. Registration for each event will …

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Benjamin Franklin Business Advice

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These rules were written by Benjamin Franklin in the mid 1700s as a guide for good business practice. How would we be different today if these were put into practice in our business?

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