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LOGOS IN THE NEWS: Katie Garcia Quoted in Business Unplugged

On February 16, 2021, Logos Advisor Katie Garcia was quoted in a Carol Roth’s Business Unplugged on how small businesses can stay positive during moments of uncertainty. 2020 was a year of crisis, and as COVID-19 continues to bring uncertainty to businesses across the country, it can be challenging to stay in a positive mindset. In this article, 264 business leaders across industries shared their tips for how to stay positive in this uncertain time.

Garcia’s advice: Remember that uncertainty offers opportunity.

“Every business has struggled over the past year due to Covid-19. The ‘new normal’ post-pandemic is still out of sight for most of us. To stay positive amidst these ever-changing circumstances, remember that there is opportunity in moments of uncertainty,” she explained. “There is an opportunity to reimagine what is possible, for your business and your industry. There is an opportunity to innovate, to explore new ways to grow and to serve those who matter most to your business and industry.”

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LOGOS IN THE NEWS: Helio Fred Garcia Quoted in Carol Roth’s Business Unplugged

Logos President Helio Fred Garcia was quoted in Carol Roth’s Business Unplugged blog on his 2021 New Year’s business resolution. In this post, Roth highlights the business resolutions of more than 100 leaders from across industries for the new year.

For Garcia, his 2021 business resolution was the expansion of our business model and the creation of the Logos Learning Center.

“Covid-19 forced me to reimagine my business model. Previously, we relied on in-person interactions with clients and word-of-mouth advertising. After serious thought and research, I’ve resolved in 2021 to create a new online business platform to expand our offerings to a wider base of people,” Garcia explained. “Our new Logos Learning Center will provide interactive workshops on a variety of leadership skills to help people at any stage of their professional journey enhance their leadership capacity.”

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Learn more about the Logos Learning Center here.