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Archives for the ‘Editor’s Letter’ Category

Passion Pays Off

Mar 2018 • Category: Editor's Letter

I often consider myself lucky that I have the chance to pursue my passions. The awesomeness of that is not lost on me. As I put together this issue of Connect, it hit me how all of our profiles this issue also have the good fortune of living out their passions every day.

Celebrating True Leaders

Jan 2018 • Category: Editor's Letter

Well, if you’ve reached this page in the magazine you’ve no doubt seen that this year’s Business Person of the Year is Dennis Terrell, owner of Re/Max Dynamic Agents. This is only my second year involved with this promotion, but I can tell you entries doubled from last year! All the nominees certainly could have fit the bill. I’m sure glad I didn’t have to choose.

Help Us, Help You

Nov 2017 • Category: Editor's Letter

As we at Connect Business Magazine continue on our mission to be a resource for YOU, we value your feedback! Our next issue in January will start another year and we welcome your ideas on what you’d like to see in a magazine in 2018!

The Power of Words

Sep 2017 • Category: Editor's Letter

For as far back as I can remember, I have always loved having a book in my hand. I never cease to marvel at how black and white words on a page can bring me to tears or make my heart race with anticipation or put a smile on my face. Words are truly powerful.

Celebrating Our Generous Community

Jul 2017 • Category: Editor's Letter

It’s no secret that we live, work and play in a very generous community. Whether it is giving of time, talent or treasure, this region is hard to beat. We help celebrate that philanthropic nature with our cover story this issue, Nancy Zallek of the Mankato Area Foundation (MAF).

Land of 10,000 Ways to Enjoy Life

May 2017 • Category: Editor's Letter

In general, dictionaries peg the word recreation as meaning a ‘resource affording relaxation and enjoyment’. Relaxation and enjoyment. Hmmm, two words not generally associated with the business world