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I am a small business consultant with 17 years practical experience in leadership within Fortune 100 companies in the fields of marketing, PR, profit and loss, change management, internal consulting, process enhancements and risk. I have a BA in Psychology and MBA. I will  complete a Master’s in Organizational Development and Leadership on April 25th 2019. My background has given me a perspective that is uniquely mine. I am fortunate enough to have a small business consulting firm to share my experiences with small businesses who can benefit most. Visit to find out more information. 


I'm also a dog lover, Italian Greyhound aficionado and bird watcher.

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  • Writer's pictureCrystal Jones Taylor

What's Your Story?

Updated: Dec 7, 2018

Symbolizes HR and business mentors. Everyone has struggles outside of work. Understanding this shows us how to extend compassion to one another. A rocky beach with birds flying or soaring above the waves and rocks.
Helping each other soar when life is rocky. Image by Crystal

I'm making a mad dash to work and dial my mother up on hands free. As I pull into the parking garage and prepare to sprint into my meeting, I tell her I love her, and I'll speak with her soon. I hear her trying to mute her soft weeping, and my heart breaks. Today would have been my parents' 48th wedding anniversary. I hadn't forgotten, but I had a conference to attend.

On the way to my meeting, I hear a woman on the phone in the hall speaking with a teacher about her son. Later, I hear a woman retching in the bathroom. I see someone else on the phone arguing with a spouse. Everyone has their personal battles that don't end at 8:00. It reminded me of a beautiful quote. "

There isn't anyone you couldn't love, once you've heard their story." - Mary Lou Kownacki

Each of us, as supervisors, matrix team leaders and teammates should keep in mind that we are all dealing with a life outside of work. Let's learn each other's stories, or at least acknowledge that we all have one.

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My blog spot for business and organizational perspectives

We are all told, “live your life to the fullest”; I am here to do just that. This site is a channel to engage in things that inspire me in this ever-changing world of business and the dynamic nature of organizations.

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