Aug 12, 2015

Episode #6: Live from the Hive with Cathy Clement from Clement Massage

When was the last time you had a massage?

This week's Live from the Hive guest is licensed massage therapist and local business owner Cathy Clement from Clement Massage and after talking to Cathy, there is no excuse for anyone not to be enjoying this affordable luxury.

As a veteran therapist with ten years experience, Cathy is trained and available to meet your massage needs.

  • chair massage
  • table massage
  • reiki
  • reflexology

In addition to her studio space at Haircutters Salon and Day Spa, 454 DW Highway in Merrimack, Cathy offers on site massages both in your home and at your office.

Anniversary Special: $10 off all Cathy's services with coupon!

In honor of her 10th anniversary as a massage therapist Cathy is handing out coupons for $10 off all of her massage services.

Whether you're recovering from an injury, looking for a quiet moment or just treating yourself to a little well deserved luxury, there is no time like the present to book a massage.

For Cathy's current availability please visit her Facebook page: or give her a call at (603) 493-2843

For more information about Clement Massage, please visit her website:



Aug 3, 2015

Episode #5: Live from the Hive with David Barron 8/3/15

The Exciting Life of an Entrepreneur

Being your own boss can be a great option in today's unreliable job market, but it's not for everyone.   

On top of the challenge of finding clients, paying bills and taking on all those pesky chores that your former co-workers used to do, like billing, accounts receivable and marketing, you still have to find a way to service your customers and mix in enough down time so that you don't get burned out.  

Join me for this week's edition of Live from the Hive as David Barron from New Hampshire Hypnosis and I compare notes and discuss the ups and downs of being self-employed.

  • time management
  • projects & side jobs
  • networking & marketing
  • when to say no
We talk about how we choose projects, the importance of brand image and making the most of our networking opportunities.  As always, David shares a wealth of information about his experiences building his small New Hampshire business.