Jodi’s Journal

Jodi’s Journal: Woster wisdom to start the work week

He’s one of a kind, with the sort of take on life we all could use this week. Enjoy this simple wisdom from our friend, Jim Woster.

2 weeks ago

Jodi’s Journal: At three-year business mark, a reminder of why media matters

At our three-year business mark, the need for strong media organizations has never been more powerful. Thank you for all your support!

3 weeks ago

Jodi’s Journal: Amazon’s cashier-less grocery store is sign of industry disruption

Enter the grocery store, shop and leave without standing in line or swiping a card? That’s Amazon’s latest grocery prototype — and one of many signs this industry is changing fast.

1 month ago

Jodi’s Journal: Big votes set stage for downtown’s future

In a time of political dysfunction, our local leaders got it right.

2 months ago

Jodi’s Journal: The tale of three economies

When Jodi Schwan was asked to speak on business trends last week, she focused on how “as we begin a new decade, we essentially are living in three economies.” Here’s what they are and why they matter to you and your business.

2 months ago

Jodi’s Journal: Predictions and question marks for 2020

Want an idea of what’s to come in Sioux Falls business this year? Jodi Schwan offers her predictions in this week’s column.

3 months ago

Jodi’s Journal: For those missing loved ones this Christmas, this is a must read

If you are experiencing your first or your latest Christmas without someone you love, this message is for you.

3 months ago

Jodi’s Journal: Changing the conversation around addiction

Addiction recovery in this city now has a new address. Here’s why we all should know it.

4 months ago

Jodi’s Journal: In building downtown, go local

Two downtown projects, two family businesses and one big endorsement of Sioux Falls: That’s what you get by going local in development.

4 months ago

Jodi’s Journal: Abdallah’s last day and lasting legacy

It’s so fitting that the first South Dakota Law Enforcement Appreciation Dinner without its founder, Gene Abdallah, featured a quarterback as the guest speaker.

5 months ago

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