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Ensight.org writes about what it takes to make things work in a changing world.
So, in light of the industry difficulties weÃ¢â¬â¢ve seen in the last month, and particularly this week, I thought itÃ¢â¬â¢d be good to add some perspective (at least from my experience) to a few disparate conversations happening around the blogoworld.
Social Media Explorer writes about the value of time.
While some of the best communications ideas in the world were created in that hyperventilation chamber of death that is client deadlines, the one thing lacking in most approaches to market is the appropriate amount of time to ensure the program, campaign or effort is done right, or at least well.
Technosailor writes about how habits of social media can get in the way.
Unemployment hit an all time high last quarter as more and as more and more people hit the streets looking for meaningful employment, bad habits are accompanying them.
Jeff Pulver writes about the business and social value of sharing what’s on your mind.
Do you ever find yourself having a conversation with someone and all you end up saying are words which in effect say you are agreeing with them? Even if inside you really donÃ¢â¬â¢t? This used to happen to me often and I didnÃ¢â¬â¢t know why.
Build a Solo Practice, LLC writes about the psychology of work and happiness.
This very interesting article from the Psychology Today blog confirms that the quality of our work, more than our interpersonal relationships, determines our happiness . . .
Pistachio Consulting Inc. writes about the social in the software.
This simple, ordinary sharing of joys and concerns is one of the tremendous human strengths of Twitter and microsharing in general. Both can inspire, especially when the concerns are outside ourselves . . .
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Adversity University writes about social energy surges.
So there I was, at home, with absolutely nothing to do (by choice) and feeling no energy whatsoever. I was thinking to myself, Ã¢â¬ÅGASP, a motivational speaker and life coach whose normally vibrant energy flatlined this weekend?!?! MY GOD HOW COULD THIS BE??Ã¢â¬Â
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