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As a Fractional COO I help your company grow and thrive by adding executive experience without the financial commitment of a full-time hire. I collaborate with your leadership team to solve your biggest issues. I drive business plan execution by aligning operations with the core focus, integrating major functions, optimizing processes, resolving issues, and fostering communication across the organization.

You will gain insight into better business practices, improvements to operational efficiency, implementation of effective frameworks and systems, and a more cohesive, integrated leadership team.

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You want to move before the temps get hotter? Why not after? Although that's not til late October. And I know you've visited, but the heat isn't like're sweating right after getting outta the shower there. Wherever you go, make sure you have AC.

Peeved Michelle

I just dont want to move in the middle of the high temps, but that is probably what is going to happen. The sooner, the better.


100 degrees with 90+% humidity, good stuff. At least they have good brisket.


Why Texas?

Peeved Michelle

Austin, specifically. No state taxes, low cost of living, thriving tech/internet/start-up community, great for families, good economy. Those are the biggies.

Fragrant Liar

Austin is one of the "best" cities in the States. It's at the top of all the lists. Good reasons to move here, and the people aren't bad either. FYI, while Texas is a "red" state, Austin is quite "blue." You'll love it.

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