Deborah Shane

Deborah Shane
Deborah Shane knew early on, that she had a knack for creative writing and being a catalyst for motivating others. She has used those qualities and more through her careers and life journey. Deborah started out in the entertainment industry as a rockin’ singer published songwriter. She has taught in front of a classroom and won awards for her 25 year career in broadcast radio sales professionalism and small business content marketing. She transitioned out of corporate America in 2008 to launch her own small business consultancy which guides, assists and empowers others through their business development and professional advancement. Her book Career Transition — Make the Shift tells her career transition story and how anyone can “move their career in the direction they want it to go". She’s proud to have been recognized as a Top 100 Small Business Champion and Top 100 Small Business Podcast. She continues to write and is back recording content for KGNU community radio in Boulder where she lives. Connect and engage with her on Twitter @DeborahShane or LinkedIn.

adapt to change

Trust The Signs, It’s Time For Change

Change is happening all the time and things are changing faster today than they once did. How do you prepare for those changes and make the most of the opportunities before you?

Stuck in a Rut

Are You Stuck In a Rut?

Feeling like the tires are spinning but you're not going anywhere? This time of year can definitely have that effect. Here are some ways to get out of that rut for the new year.

Likability Factor

What Is Your Likability Factor?

How people perceive you weighs a lot on your successful ability to network with others. So, how does a small business owner become a likable person?

Finish the Year Strong

10 Things to Help You Finish the Year Strong

A business year is just that, a full year. A great start, an improving Spring and a prosperous summertime are only worth that if you don't finish the year with that same vigor. Here are ways to avoid petering out as the daylight hours get shorter and shorter.