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Every night and every day between now and November we will be bombarded with political ads from one source or another regarding the upcoming presidential race. Despite non-aligned groups such as Politico and Fact-Finder stating that the premise is wrong, the campaigns continue to run ads with false data. One campaign pollster even openly stated that in releasing campaign ads we don't care if our facts are wrong. There is a campaign poster running currently which shows grumpy coal miners with…Continue
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Learn how Google can kill your job search based on someone else's…Continue
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Recommendations do they really work???
Recommendations are simply, verbal, written and on line testimonials, attesting to the abilities of a person to perform a given job.
Now the big question is where they fit in. This is really pretty simple, as with most things they are a piece of the puzzle. The question is what is important and what is not.
To utilize recommendations right you need to remember the who, what, where, and why of the…
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It’s hard to make the best, green, planet loving choices when going through a major life change. We remember that being away from home and on your own for the first time is exciting AND hard at the same time. That's why we at GGN have come up with this list of our favorite, really good Care Package gift ideas for college kids! We’ve made sure to include things that are good for them, inside and out. These are little…Continue
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The play on words, “to be committed”, describes the life of an entrepreneur. We face so many requirements of commitment in order to find success, that frequently we find the same commitments produce a sense of overwhelm too.
Time, monetary investment, education, introspective thought, associations, partnerships and clientele all bring a type of required commitment to the entrepreneurial endeavor. After all commitment is the key to business success.
Added by Elinor Stutz, Sales Champion on August 27, 2012 at 2:24pm — No Comments
After many years of being in the competitive corporate sales environment, it took a long time to accept the idea of freely collaborating with others. In fact, I was very doubtful it would work. However, knowing risk and trying new ideas is at the core of entrepreneurship, it was in my best interest to consider all the facts.
As an entrepreneur, I soon realized it becomes necessary to acknowledge those who excel in an area where we may lack knowledge and that we know we…
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If you want to promote your business but have limited time and resources which tool would you use to engage and educate your audience. Some Feel Facebook is better others feel Google Plus but is the answer really that simple? We will discuss both platforms from a personal and professional vantage point and in the process hopefully give you enough information to make…Continue
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This is one of my conceptual art projects. From the Art*umentary in Context series, ArtSpeaks features the iconic Farmer from the famous American Gothic painting telling sharing insights from his journey from art history icon to social entrepreneur innovator.
Inspired by an article I read about farmer suicides and a dream I had about the American Gothic painting. Then…Continue
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One commonly overlooked area that nearly every hiring manager looks for is ...
... Can you help me solve my high priority problems?
Learn 4 ways to show that you've already solved a hiring manager's priority problems, by reading:…
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I don't know about you, but sometimes it feels like real work to make time to network. If you are one of those people with strong introverted tendencies you may know what I mean.
What do enjoy doing when I am not working on client projects, is working on my own creative endeavors. One of them was writing and getting a jingle produced for WebAntiphon. I shared the first version of the song with a collaborating friend and she sent me back this video. Here's a short version:…Continue
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"What keyword industry lists do you recommend?"
Candidates are surprised when I answer this question with ... None.…
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Good Gifts Naturally has come up with a list of our favorite thoughtful and caring, good green, healthy" Care Package" gifts for college kids! We’ve made sure to include things that are good for them, inside and out. We know that being away from home and on your own for the first time is exciting AND hard. It’s hard to make the best, green, planet loving choices when going through a major life change. These good gift…Continue
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If you hang out in various creative online forums, you’ve likely seen discussion about this irate blog post complaining about those lazy and devious con artists known as copywriters. I’ll summarize it for you: the top freelancers in the world were hired for many thousands of dollars to write direct response copy, whereupon some…Continue
Entrepreneurs are known for their creativity and thinking differently from most everyone else. I was relieved to learn in a class that “conventional wisdom” need not apply!
Believe in yourself
According to conventional wisdom, we are told the first step to building our business is to write out a detailed business plan. But most of us are visionaries thinking into the far off future. So it becomes futile at best case to write out a detailed plan as we…
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