Now working as a consultant, Kelly sold digital printing for 15 years so she understands the challenges, frustrations and pitfalls of building a successful sales practice. Her mission is to help printers of all sizes sell more stuff. Kelly's areas of focus include client recovery, retention and acquisition, and marketing communications projects.
Kelly graduated from the University of Michigan with a degree in Political Science and, among other notable accomplishments, co-founded the Windy City Rollers, a professional women's roller derby league.

I was fortunate to be invited by Pitney Bowes to attend their annual Innovation Summit, at which over 100 of their clients attend to share experiences, discuss best practices, and get to see and experience new technologies and products and services all in one day. I always jump at the chance to participate in events like this for several reasons.

So as it turns out it looks like the gym might be the ONLY place I am getting any thinking done, and since I am TRYING to get back into the habit of writing each week, here I am, writing about my brain on the gym (AGAIN). So here are a few more thoughts for you.

I know It has been a really long time since y'all have heard from me, and I am quite sure that your lives have seemed just a tiny bit emptier because of it. I will apologize for my absence—because every week that went by that I didn't write something felt like a little bit of a betrayal to you. But here I am, back and ready to regale you with my musings.

For some reason, given the fact that I have four small children, people feel compelled to offer me advice. A lot. And some of that advice is actually valuable. And I have even taken it into consideration and used some small portion of it. HOWEVER, it is the way that people preface their advice, sometimes, that I find rather off-putting.

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