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October 1, 2016 by Angie Weber

It’s time for a change.

Over the past 5 years, I’ve proclaimed myself an intrapreneur– never wanting to jump into the entrepreneurial ring. Payroll, taxes, insurance- I didn’t want to deal with any of those headaches. I wanted to do the “fun” part of the business- like meeting with clients, developing new things, and leading a team.

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That was until one day this past winter. I was on my way to a meeting and I had that feeling- you know, the one that tells you something big is about to happen. Well, it did. The entrepreneurial bug bit.. and it bit hard. So started my journey of opening a business while still keeping my role at tena.cious and juggling the title of wife and mom of twins.

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