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How a fitness guy with heart is becoming an entrepreneur with soul. If you believe the Axios survey confirming that there is a perception that millennials are “lazy, pampered and entitled,’ Mike Treschitta will shatter that belief, starting with his...
Choosing her happiness and finding her zen. By Ellen Linnemann When Susan Stone couldn’t find the crystals, sage, palo santo and fresh incense she needed for her spiritual practice here in the Lowcountry, she found herself making trips to North Carolina...
Charter One Realty leads by example in supporting the Lowcountry community. By Hannah Massen  When it comes to real estate here in the Lowcountry, Charter One Realty has been an established leader for more than three decades. The agency’s depth of...
Working like a dog for the dogs, and loving every minute of it. By Mary Patterson Q: What do fine chocolates, French linens and a two-legged dog have in common?  A: Jennifer Smith, founder of Noah' and Noah’s Arks Rescue Smith moved to...
The 1975 gathering that became known as Buffett’s ‘Hilton Head Group.’ By Laurie Laykish “Mastermind Group” is the trending term used to describe a gathering of like-minded people that come together to learn, network, share ideas and solve problems. The original...
What creative leaders have & how to harness your creativity as you lead By Hannah Massen We generally picture leaders as being charismatic, determined, and natural-born risk-takers. But picking up the reins and leading requires more than just courage.  They’re not afraid...
Creativity comes in every color, including black and white By Mary Patterson Ryan Baggott is proud to live up to the stereotype that millennials are lazy, but not in the way you might think. Ryan is obsessed with finding ways for...
By Randi Busse  While many will be hard pressed to express such sentiment, one local business owner has created several silver linings. Ian Duncan and his wife, Kathleen, founded The Grind, a full-service coffee supply company in Bluffton in 2016. Their...
Former Science Committee Chief of Staff Chuck Atkins offers advice for success By Eddy Hoyle Chuck Atkins is a combat veteran of the Vietnam War, having served in the U.S. Marine Corps. His service to our country continued throughout his career....
A naturalist brings ‘Moore to Life’ in the Lowcountry By Ellen Linnemann As a teacher back in 2008, one of the things Jill Moore loved most was the opportunity to be part of the Master Naturalist program – where, one weekend...