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Controlling Content in a Sea of Social Media Change

When was your last online ‘aha’ moment? I’m not talking about your friend’s post or text that had you laughing uncontrollably (on the floor?). I’m talking about the video that matched your passion and captured your imagination, or the article that reeled you in so deep (30 minutes later) that you’re now late for what […]

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How to Grow When You Hear ‘No’

Being told ‘No’ can hurt.  Plain and simple. I’m aware of the sales methods which teach that ‘No’ simply means ‘No’ for now … in my current situation, and that it’s really just a ‘Yes’ deep inside waiting to be released with a smile and a handshake.  I’ve taught that method and I believe in […]

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