Inside The Magazine Real Estate

Managing Expectations: How Not to Get Your Bubble Burst When Selling Your Home

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Expectations; also sometimes known as assumptions. Like a couple other things in life, everyone has them (expectations, that is). And, if you’re smart (and I’m betting you are), you already know that in any relationship, whether it be business or personal, it’s always a good idea to control what someone else expects of you. That’s not to […]

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Inside The Magazine Technology

The Out:think Group: Boosting Book Sales for Big Authors by Outsmarting the Competition

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Despite the cries of digital media proponents that print media is dying, the written word still remains a powerful and marketable force. According to a 2013 Nielsen report, physical book sales maintained a healthy market throughout the year, proving that print media is still a viable vehicle for entertainment and information. Out:think is a Lynchburg-based […]

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Inside The Magazine Real Estate

Managing Expectations: How Not to Get Your Bubble Burst When Selling Your Home

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Expectations; also sometimes known as assumptions. Like a couple other things in life, everyone has them (expectations, that is). And, if you’re smart (and I’m betting you are), you already know that in any relationship, whether it be business or personal, it’s always a good idea to control what someone else expects of you. That’s not to […]

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Inside The Magazine Non-Profit

Keys, Color and Inspiration: Lynchburg pianos come alive with sounds of music

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Nothing creates a magical moment quite like live music. Add a colorfully customized piano and an outdoor setting, and the ingredients for artistic sensation are in place. Like many cities across the country, Lynchburg will soon launch a unique public art campaign as a collaborative effort between local schools, nonprofits and businesses. Stay tuned … […]

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Inside The Magazine Marketing & Sales

Why Your Company Shouldn’t Use Social Media

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You didn’t read that headline wrong. There are instances in our overly digital world where social media is completely unnecessary. Of course, you may be wondering, “Why’s a guy who sells marketing and social media telling me NOT to use one of the services he sells?” Simple: Marketing is more than just throwing your name […]

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Financial Inside The Magazine

Don’t Let Low Rates Sink Your Retirement Plans

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Over the past few years, if you’ve taken out a mortgage or another consumer loan, you’ve probably welcomed the low interest rates you may have received. But as an investor, if you’ve kept any retirement savings in fixed-rate investment vehicles, you may have seen low rates in a less favorable light. And that’s why it […]

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Inside The Magazine Tourism & Transportation

Ticket to Ride: New GLTC Transfer Center Coming Soon

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Public transportation in Lynchburg is about to change for the better. The Greater Lynchburg Transit Company (GLTC) is closing its rudimentary transfer center at The Plaza and opening a new and much improved center on Kemper Street, according to GLTC General Manager Karen Walton. The new center broke ground in January 2013 and is projected […]

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Education Inside The Magazine

The Motherhood Collective: A Dream that Gave Birth to a Wealth of Resources for Local Moms

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Much like birth, dreams are often born out of a season of growth. For Lauren Barnes, Executive Director of a Central Virginia nonprofit, The Motherhood Collective, the dream that was conceived out of a desire for mothers to have a place to be “refreshed, encouraged, supported, nurtured, challenged, fed, educated and accepted” throughout pregnancy, birth […]

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Inside The Magazine Retail

Carolina Connection Dance and Body Wear

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Nearly 30 years ago, Liz Johnson imagined a small business that would sell crazy, printed socks and hosiery. The shop opened up in 1985 on Allegheny Avenue in Lynchburg and was named Lizzie’s Carolina Hosiery Connection. After big box stores picked up on the same idea, Johnson’s sales declined and she realized she needed a […]

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