All Posts by Kathy Gaalaas

Liberal Arts Degree? Rejoice!

The Purpose of Life

I was SO happy to see this article from UT-Austin, where I received my bachelors degree. I was a student in the College of Liberal Arts in the School of Psychology. Planning to be a therapist and go on to grad school didn’t work out the way I planned and I also really didn’t want to […]

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CEOs on Social?

I saw an article on LinkedIn this morning talking about how less than 10% of Fortune 500 CEOs are on any social media channels. I mentioned this to my husband who said, “That’s what I’d expect,” but as I come from the social media side of the coin, it leaves me with a concern. As […]

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The 10 Laws of Social Media Marketing

I came across this video and I LOVED IT! I look forward to sharing it with clients. These laws are things I talk about over time, but this is a great intro video for anyone looking to get on the social media wave, whether you hire someone or not. I definitely get how scary and overwhelming […]

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Challenges We Face

As I was doing research for my website, I came across this article that, although spot on, really bothered me. Is this 2017? Will women always struggle in the United States? Will women ever get the success they deserve? I’ve found that starting businesses in certain fields are at least better suited for women to […]

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How I Started

I began my social media consulting business out of something that was NOT on my radar until a few months ago, but as this career came to fruition, I realized that I had done A LOT of social media work on my own (or for others) over MANY years! I’m excited to share my passion and abilities with you […]

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Found My Way Back Home

Sometimes things come full circle.. if we’re lucky. I’m one of the lucky ones. My love, or I should say intense love, of music came as early as I can remember. At 4, playing “Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star” by ear on my Fisher Price rainbow xylophone with the yellow plastic leash (the leash is minuscule […]

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