Bridget Ingebrigtsen

Bridget Ingebrigtsen

Bridget Ingebrigtsen owns Write On Command, a company that provides writing and editing services to businesses and not-for-profits. Bridget describes her six-year stint as Anchor Advisors' writer/editor as being "mutually beneficial" -- she helps Anchor Advisors keep their written projects on track and Anchor Advisors helps her keep her business on track. When she's not running her business, Bridget is running after her four children, two dogs and the latest in entertainment news. Connect with Bridget on Google+, Twitter and LinkedIn.

Is your sales approach from the 20th century?

No lie, the Swiss Miss girl showed up at my front door the other day. She had braids, the accent, that innocent look on her face – I mean,

Mentoring: Give if you have received (and even if you haven’t)

When you’re troubled about your business, whom do you call to “pick their brain”? My guess is that even if you don’t have a business

The ONE thing that marketing and sales cannot do without

Brad Farris' book Marketing & Sales: A Love Story illustrates how marketing and sales are interconnected. When they work together, stand

I knew I wanted to start my business when [fill in the blank]

The journalist in me loves to ask business owners: Why did you start your business? In all my years of asking that question, I have found

Setting your own ‘business owner hours’

As business owners, we have a lot to get done! But it's hard to be productive amid the constant interruptions during the day, like employee

Setting your own ‘business owner hours’

As business owners, we have a lot to get done! But it's hard to be productive amid the constant interruptions during the day, like employee

Give your staff some independence

Devan's post on why employees need their bosses to take vacations offered an employee perspective on how great it is when the boss goes on

Girl power! Why women business owners need to stick together

It’s a fact that women and men solve problems in different ways. Women tend to talk through their problems in great detail before arriving

Why every business owner needs a community

If you are a church-goer, you may wonder like I do how the preacher always seems to cover exactly what I am experiencing that particular

How to hire right, and reward right (for little or no money)

In these two guest posts for Big Ideas and Doostang, Brad Farris covers a good chunk of the employee life cycle, from hiring the right