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No really

Ultimately, As We Enter & Pass Through Midlife, We Have Important Choices

As Baby Boomers, we have been taught to work hard, do a good job, dream big, enjoy and appreciate the American way of freedom and justice, in the land of opportunity.

Somewhere along the way, greed and slothful behavior slowly poisoned our attitude. We are awakened from our zombie-like life when we get a serious wakeup call. This is a blessing in disguise, offering a second big last chance to change.

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Professionally Speaking

Are You An Investor?

Hmmmm.....
Hmmmm.....

Yesterday, a buddy from Church, and a fellow Cub Scout Dad sent me an email with this advertisement for a professional development opportunity here in Orlando, later this Fall.

When you do the right things for the right reasons, eventually, you begin to see dividends, but only if you don’t give up and if you never tire of the basics.

Continually learning, through books, seminars, blogs, university, volunteering, will pay dividends, but only if you consider yourself an investor.

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Am I The Only One?

Leadership Is Like Training A Puppy

June 20, 2005
June 20, 2005

Leadership Is Like Training A Puppy.

Most people don’t know how to do it.

They think they do, but they don’t.

It’s simply a fact of life.

Many books, blogs and You Tube videos explain how to do both.

But there is very little shared – why this stuff doesn’t work.

June 20, 2010
June 20, 2010
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Anyone Else Think Like This?

There’s A New Resume In Town

Is Social Media The New Cardboard Sign?
Is Social Media The New Cardboard Sign?

How updated is your resume?

Even if your resume is updated, it’s outdated. No, seriously.

Social media is the new resume. If you’re not using blogs, LinkedIn, Twitter, You Tube and the other emerging social media channels to promote your personal brand, you are being left behind.

Agree or disagree, it doesn’t matter.  What matters is getting the job.

What are your chances if you follow the old and outdated rules?

Six Pixels Of Separation

We Are Closer Than You Think
We Are Closer Than You Think

“Social media in all forms are becoming the dominant form of interaction on the Net, whether blogging, Twittering, Facebook, LinkedIn, etc. Six Pixels of Separation clearly describes this new family of media, offering realistic ways to get involved and productive in a hurry.” — Craig Newmark, founder of Craigs List