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One in three Americans now makes money independently from a 9-5 paycheck. In my book What If It Does Work Out?, I state ways that you can start making money before spending a cent.

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The study is an interesting exploration of a phenomenon we don’t know all that much about: how virtual-world behaviors relate to real-world behavior.

The study participants rated the sender’s warmth and competence.

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Ten Signs Your Personal Brand Isn't Working [-0.10]

Posted on Aug. 12, 2017, 11:49 p.m. by Forbes Real Time @ [source]

Your personal brand tells people who you are and what you care about when you are not there to tell them in person.

Your LinkedIn profile is a big part of your personal brand.

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Sometimes, you just forgot your reponsibilities.

After a long day putting off fire – problems after problems – at your company, you feel like taking a breather and grab a beer while on the road.

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I’ve been enjoying Joe Rogan’s fascinating interviews for quite a while now.

His Joe Rogan Experience podcast is jam-packed with inspiring and enlightening interviews, coming up on 1000 episodes very soon.

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Hollywood’s stereotype of estate planning usually features assorted nieces, nephews and cousins gathered in the drawing room of a 100-year-old mansion greedily waiting to hear what an eccentric rich relative left them. And unfortunately, the average person doesn’t show the same kind of concern about estate planning that the rich do – and that’s a mistake.

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Branding for Small Businesses Made Simple [0.11]

Posted on Aug. 9, 2017, 3 p.m. by AllBusiness.com @ [source]

There’s a lot of content out there that is written to help small business owners do their own marketing, but it’s often written by marketers who are adept in things like analytics, content marketing, and technical jargon.

If you’re outsourcing your content, your writers will need to use your brand’s voice as if it were second nature.

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Was This About Me? [0.18]

Posted on Aug. 9, 2017, 9:23 a.m. by AVC @ [source]

I often get people asking if something I wrote was about them or their company.

There are times when I don’t want to name that person or company, but when something is about a someone or some company, I don’t hide that.

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How to Work with Someone Who’s Always Stressed Out [0.12]

Posted on Aug. 7, 2017, 3 p.m. by HBR.org @ [source]

You know the stress case — the one who’s always overwhelmed, overstretched, and overextended. Acknowledge the stress.

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Research shows that the stories we hear from others that highlight our unique contributions can help us find purpose in our relationships with our colleagues and our work.

Research shows that the stories we hear from others that highlight our unique contributions can help us find purpose in our relationships with our colleagues and our work.

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Lead generation for web design businesses: 5 tips [0.13]

Posted on July 31, 2017, 2 p.m. by Garage @ [source]

Find leads, they said.

Bring in local leads by targeting your region.

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Sometimes, executive coaching reveals that the person being coached is in the wrong role. Sometimes, redefining the role is in the best interests of both the organization and the individual working with the coach.

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Don't just do the things you're expected to do. Go above and beyond.

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Do you feel like your business is going unnoticed? Do you wonder why some people have 10,000 likes on their article and you only have 100?

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20 Things I Learned In My 20s [0.11]

Posted on July 29, 2017, 12:34 a.m. by Forbes Real Time @ [source]

This is the last six months of my 20s, and as I look out on the horizon of 30, I am running towards it with open arms. You will have to work when the last thing in the world you want to do is work.

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Would you ask your employees to implant a microchip into their hands?

Am I really the only person who would agree to let my employer microchip me?

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Do you sometimes hesitate before asking others for things? As the saying goes, “He who hesitates is lost.” Don’t hesitate.

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A Beginner’s Guide to Marketing Automation [0.18]

Posted on July 25, 2017, 12:09 a.m. by The Moz Blog @ [source]

To say marketing automation is a complex subject is putting it mildly.

While it’s easy to say things like “Everybody’s on Facebook/Twitter/Instagram,” it’s simply not true.

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A Beginner's Guide to Marketing Automation [0.18]

Posted on July 25, 2017, 12:09 a.m. by The Moz Blog @ [source]

To say marketing automation is a complex subject is putting it mildly.

While it’s easy to say things like “Everybody’s on Facebook/Twitter/Instagram,” it’s simply not true.

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How People with Different Conflict Styles Can Work Together [0.06]

Posted on July 24, 2017, 12:05 p.m. by HBR.org @ [source]

When it comes to conflict, most of us we either tend to avoid it or seek it out.

When it comes to conflict, most of us have a default approach: we either tend to avoid it or seek it out.

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