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Podcast: Social Media Overwhelm & Angst.

Our second episode is up!

“Social Media Overwhelm & Angst — How To Win With Social Media Doing Less, Not More.”  has just launched on iTunes this morning!

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Check back weekly for new episodes on topics such as managing your company’s social media, taking advantage of LinkedIn, […]

Start Thinking BIG Before You Get Small.

Most of the time we think small. It’s normal.

Why do we think small? We’re usually trying to closely track many of the details of our work.

The phone calls, the email follow-ups, the elements of the project, or cleaning up after other people.

The nature of our position makes us forget to see the ENTIRE forest because we […]

Are You On Cruise Control?

I drove to my networking meeting this morning and I take the Merritt Parkway (one of the more beautiful highways in the U.S.). I got off at the North Street exit and next thing I know, I’m on the Post Road.

10 minutes evaporated from my life — it’s like those X-Files episodes where people lose time when […]

Top 10 Most Read Articles In 2014.

Every year, I go back and track my website analytics to uncover what articles really resonated with my readers. Here are my top ten for 2014 to get you ready for 2015!
1. The Most Important Thing You Should Do In The Shower.
Acknowledge and feel gratitude for all the special things in your life.
2. How To Network Like A […]

The 3 A’s Of Awesome.

Neil Pasricha’s blog ‘1000 Awesome Things’ savors life’s simple pleasures, from free refills to clean sheets. In this heartfelt talk, he reveals the 3 secrets (all starting with A) to leading a life that’s truly awesome. (Filmed at TEDxToronto.)

Catch Neil’s blog here: http://1000awesomethings.com
Catch more TED talks here: http://www.ted.com

Image sourced from video.

Top 10 Reasons Why You’re Not Getting A Job.

As a business and career coach, I run into so many different people every day. I attend conferences and events, I run workshops and webinars, and I host team masterminds for all types of professionals. And guess what? When I talk to the unemployed, I’ve heard all the excuses why you don’t have a job. Here are […]

How To Present To Deliver The Best Clients.

This is one of my favorite scenes from Mad Men where Don Draper not only grabs Kodak, he delivers a one-two knockout punch. Pay attention to his rhythm and cadence during his talk.

How to Handle An Insubordinate Employee.

This is one of my favorites — insubordination is a recurring problem in corporate life today and many of my client sessions center around how to deal with these situations in the right way.

How To Handle A Skeptical Client.

Second in my series of Mad Men management videos - this lesson is critical on how to handle a recalcitrant client.

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