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Social Media Celebrities?

It Will Take All You've Got
It Will Take All You've Got

When I asked Tiger Woods those two questions a while back, do you remember the answers?

  1. “Out work ’em!”
  2. “Since day one.”

Social Media Examiner, a new favorite social media “how to” site, posted an article two days ago.

Just had to share it. The 5 pros and the 5 cons are spot on.

Make no small plans…

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Are You Personally Accountable?

Consequence Or Advantage?
Consequence Or Advantage?

Intuitively, or maybe stereotypically, accountability is thought of as a consequence.

Counter-intuitively, accountability should be thought of as your competitive advantage.

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Pull A Hamstring?

Let Us Learn From Our Mistakes
Let Us Learn From Our Mistakes

The hamstring muscles are some of the biggest muscles we have.

Tearing a hamstring can have anywhere from a mild to devastating impact.

Same goes for business relationships. A “tear” can have the same range of consequences.

One of the leading contributors to pulled hamstring muscles is over-training.

Same with business.

Work too long and too hard, and you just might “pull a hamstring”.

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1 Thing About Change

Happy Father's Day
Happy Father's Day

“If I had asked people what they wanted, they would have said faster horses.”Henry Ford

On this special day, Father’s Day, in today’s Web 2.0 world and a world of freakonomics, I’m reminded that being a great Father hasn’t necessarily been defined and refined yet.

Maybe there’s a better way than the one passed down from the ages.

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Copy Machine Chaos?

You'd Never Suspect This
You'd Never Suspect This

Here’s one more thing to consider in our efforts to fight identity theft. A Canadian friend sent this to me and you ought to consider viewing this video because it will help you understand that company copy machines contain hard drives.

It costs about $500 to upgrade a copier with software that either encrypts the data or erases it. Most organizations won’t spend this kind of dough. Imagine medical, insurance, financial organizations. Imagine social security numbers, addresses, critical information about your accounts.

The video shows the undercover results, and closes with the punch line – a shipment of used copiers is headed to two overseas countries.