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Terry Mintner

Marketing Consultant

Terry Mintner Portrait

Learner, Intellection, Restorative, Self-Assurance, Individualization

I grew up in rural Wisconsin. As a kid, I used to explore every nook and cranny of our extended backyard, which featured rocky line fences, forests and fields. Once, a friend and I almost burned down the patch of trees behind our house (sorry mom and dad, after all these years I admit it: I was a pyromaniac).

But my desire to explore has stuck with me ever since. It pushed me into diverse careers, from an educator, to a magazine editor, to a content writer in the tech sector. It also took me far away from home, first to Italy for three years and then to Israel for nearly a decade.

Now, I’m back home. Mom and dad are delighted (no more fires, I promise).

I am passionate about drawing on what I’ve learned from other cultures to help our team and clients discover new pathways. Blue Door Consulting is a perfect fit for me because it encourages this kind of idea-sharing.

Content strategy is my forte. With an emphasis on transformative and big-picture writing, I help businesses tell compelling stories that go to the heart of their values and strategic aims.

So, for me, it’s all about the journey. Let’s get started!

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“If your daily life seems poor, do not blame it; blame yourself, that you are not poet enough to call forth its riches.” — Rainer Maria Rilke
Favorite Movie Character:

Indiana Jones

Pet Peeve:

People saying “sorry” for passing in front of me at the grocery store, even though they are several feet away. Why are you sorry?

Favorite Beer/Cocktail/Adult Beverage:

Brandy Old-Fashioned Sour. Mushroom it up!

Foodie or Not:

Fo Sho!

Behind-the-Scenes Passion (if not in your bio already):

Acquiring all of Gordon Ramsay’s preferred cooking utensils.

The Next Big Thing:

Fake grass for your lawn. Why waste time cutting real grass?

What I Wanted to Be When I Grew Up:

NBA star, despite my high school coach calling me a “little toad.”

What Song Best Sums Me Up:

“Damn Right, I’ve Got the Blues” ― Buddy Guy.