Needing an insider's opinion on some of Dayton's best local and unknown spots? Looking to get involved with something, but just don't know how or what? Don't know as much as you thought about the city that you call home? To that I say, "Welcome, my friend, toward your first steps in becoming Socially Savvy in Dayton."
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Dayton’s true meaning, revealed

6:00 am Aug. 1, 2017

SUCCESS! It has finally happened. Today is the freaking day! After years and years of research, I have finally identified the true meaning behind the word Dayton, and let me tell you it was not

7 unwritten rules of board meetings

6:00 am Jul. 26, 2017

The Dayton community is rich with numerous organizations, boards, and committees that you can get involved with. I know the idea of joining a board may be a bit intimidating at first, but like any

An open letter to the city of Dayton

6:00 am Jul. 13, 2017

Hey Dayton,

It’s me, Cory. What’s up? It has been a minute since we last talked. I hope everything is going well. It is kind of funny, I keep seeing things pop up about you in

12 Instagram accounts that get me excited about Dayton

6:00 am Jun. 26, 2017

A hobby of mine that helps me relax is taking photos.  Now I am not a master photographer by any means, but I like to think I have a good eye for capturing some beauty.  I do not have a big editing studio, rather I spent a few bucks on a couple photo editing apps on my iPhone.

With that said, I thought it would be fun to make a quick

5 networking tips you need to master

6:00 am May. 30, 2017

Networking is a crucial part of any type of business-to-business relationship and takes many different forms. The most notable is the golf course. I dread this form due to the fact that I am a terrible golfer, but can hold my own. Others consist of happy hours (which are more up my ally), meet-and-greets, as well as a plethora of other activities.

Now something to remember right off the bat is

3 easy ways to get involved in Dayton

6:00 am May. 18, 2017

“I want to get involved. How can I get involved more?” I think I hear this phrase once a week from people all over. Some are new to the area and some are seasoned veterans