Lynmarie McCullough

Lynmarie McCullough was born and raised in New Jersey and is a graduate of the University of Maryland. She’s a seasoned production coordinator, having worked with VH1 / MTV Networks, SONY Electronics and various production companies. She wrote and produced a short in 2009, which was shown at the Wake Forest Film Festival. She published her first children's book, The Grand Hall Character Ball, in 2010, and in 2011 co-authored, Marshall & Planet Saurus with her seven year-old son. The books are available on their website, www.mcculloughbooks.com, where her son hosts videos as well.

Achieving Success Means No Excuses

Blaming other people or other things for ones shortcomings will lead an individual to stagnation both personally and professionally. Turning the focus back on oneself will get the energy moving in the right direction.

Small Business Is Risk And Change

Starting a new small business venture can be daunting and a risk but it also comes with life-long rewards, whether the business is successful or not.   Few things are more...

Can Small Business Lead the Way Away from Polarization?

Small business has the potential to balance the politics of social media   Editor's note: This is part two of a two part series. The opinions soley reflect the author's views, Latin...

Social Responsibility of Politics and Social Media

Can small business feed open dialogue and better communication in a politically polarized environment?   Editor's note: This is part one of a two part series. The opinions soley reflect the...

When Small Business Thinks Big

Kiki Melendez's mother moved to the U.S. from the Dominican Republic so Kiki could have a better life and think big   Kiki Melendez's The Journey of a Female Comic Makes...

A Tale of Two Managers

How Small Business Leaders Lead Can Make or Break a Business     Business Owners and Managers are always being perceived and judged. Their actions and words can be the difference between...