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Blog: My Day with the Attorney

Web Producer Geoff Pickle learns about the modern law practice with Randell Wallace of Lathrop Gage. 

Reporter Sydni Moore shadows Ken McClure, Springfield’s new elected leader. 

Features Editor Emily Letterman reflects on her day with Lisa Rau at Silver Dollar City. 

Web Producer Geoff Pickle shadows Lathrop Gage's Springfield partner in charge.

Reporter Sydni Moore shadows the Springfield mayor.

SBJ Features Editor Emily Letterman shadows the publicity director at Silver Dollar City.

The three people in Springfield Business Journal’s 2017 Day in the Life series represent a diverse slice of business life in southwest Missouri.

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“Every day you’ve gotta wake up and say, ‘I’ve gotta make money today,’ says, Ricky Smiley, Founder and Producer of Smiley Records, LLC. When Smiley was laid off from a job he held for 18 …

Consistent Marketing  “Marketing for a company can be very interesting, in the sense that it’s hard to stand out in the crowd from everyone else,” says Alisa Lawler, Vice President of Marketing and Business …
Booked - The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People “I think it’s a really great book and I wish I had read it earlier in my career,” says Candida Deckard, the Director of Human Resources and Safety at CNH Industrial Reman and one of Springfield …
From Concept to Completion “Every day we’re still learning. We’re not perfect, but we’re trying to get there,” says Cosmo Kwon, Co-Owner of Hinode in Nixa, Mo. Kwon says there is a huge difference in purchasing an …
Building on Each Other’s Strengths “To be good at business, or whatever you do, you need know what you can do and what you’re not good at,” says Eric Jones, co-owner of United States of Apparel. “When you’re not good at …