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Change Is In the Air

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By Rieva Lesonsky

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A former Entrepreneur employee and longtime friend justbecame the editor of a popular decorating magazine. In herinaugural editor's note she recalled her"change-phobic" past and the day a co-worker (that wouldbe me) left a note on her desk simply saying, "Change isgood."

If you're a regular reader of Entrepreneur, youlikely have already figured out the reason I mention change. Thisissue looks different--very different. Several months ago, I had afairly short conversation with Carrie Fitzmaurice,Entrepreneur's publisher, and Lisa Murray, director ofmarketing, about tweaking Entrepreneur's look, touchingit up here and there. But then I recalled the advice my grandfathergave my mom many years ago: "If you're going to dosomething, don't do it halfway." I realized that ratherthan wade in, we should just take the plunge.

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