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Most-Read First Business Blogs of 2017

Written by Jen Braico, Senior Content Strategist & Copywriter

As we kick off 2018, I like to highlight and reflect on our successes of the past year, thinking about how we can improve them in the coming year. So many people focus on where things went wrong, and while that has its place, replicating and improving your successes can uncover even better ideas. 

Today, we’re offering the most popular First Business blogs in 2017 — a roundup of your favorites of the year. At first glance, it may be difficult to distinguish common threads between them, but I think most of them fall under personal stories about a universally relatable situation. Who hasn’t worked for their dream job or struggled to embrace the challenge of change? And, of course, fraud is a constant business threat we plan to continually address in the First Business blog in 2018.

Our First Business employees are passionate about blogging — sharing their expert advice for businesses, their individual struggles, success stories, and relating with our clients on a personal level. We’re working to introduce our readers to our knowledgeable First Business experts across our locations, as well.

Without further delay, it’s my pleasure to present to you the five most popular First Business blogs of 2017:

Top Five First Business Blogs of 2017

  1. Stop! Review! Best Practices for Preventing Wire Transfer Fraud by Alicia Buttchen
  2. Disconnect to Reconnect by Lynn Ann Parrish
  3. How I Changed Perspective & Landed My Dream Job by Maria Peot
  4. Ch-Ch-Ch-Ch-Changes: How Getting Lost Can Change You by Corey Chambas
  5. Miracles on the Golf Course by Jim Hartlieb

We’re always interested in your ideas, so please reach out through the blog comments below or marketing@firstbusiness.com. What do you want to read about in the First Business blog in 2018?

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