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Lynette Helps Small Businesses with

“The Business of Being a Family in Business”

Lynette Young is an experienced keynote speaker with a message that resonates with business owners struggling to find “sanity in success.” With quirky stories, unpredictable outcomes, and surprising lessons, Lynette quickly connects with her audience to ignite their strengths and passions and lead them to peace and profitability.

Does the idea of mixing family and business feel like a recipe for failure? It doesn’t have to be! If you need to quickly identify, navigate and implement business-building strategies to include family in your business AND keep the peace at the dinner table then this training is for you.

Lynette is the Co-Founder and Marketing Director at ClaimWizard, a SaaS workflow automation platform specifically designed for the public insurance advocate industry.

Lynette has written “Google+ for Small Businesses” (Publisher: Pearson Que Biz/Tech). She is also a contributing author to “SxSW Pokes” (Author: Seth Godin) and What the Plus!” (Author: Guy Kawasaki).

Articles & Thoughts

Would You Pay Someone For Your Own Product?

This is where I get *real* about the three things you need to focus on in order to (finally) grow your business... As part of my forever-ongoing professional growth, I'm trying to listen to one audiobook a month. This month's title is "The Prosperous Coach" by Rich...

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How to be Fascinating

I'm a sucker for professional self-assessment tests. The "Myers–Briggs Type Indicator" has long been one of my favorites. (I'm ENFJ or The Protagonist on "16 Personalities.") I always felt it summed me up pretty well. But that assessment is just one side of the coin....

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6 Ways to Jumpstart Your Creativity When Working Alone

One of the biggest issues I have with owning my own company is the creative isolation it creates. I have no peers and no coworkers. While my husband (who is also my business partner) is an amazing sounding board, he isn't exactly equipped to coach me through certain...

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The Last Known Image of Corporate Life

These are the last known photographs of "corporate" me, taken in January 2000. I needed professional headshots for press releases and speaking engagements. (For the record, the last image is my favorite.) I never used them because just a few months later I left...

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