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    The What, the Why, and the How of Success

    If you are like most people, you want to be more successful—be that in your career, your recognition from others, or even your social network. Perhaps you are applying yourself such that you believe your journey of improvement is taking you towards your definition of success. Continue Reading

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    Protect Your Professional Edge

    Not only do we have access to countless types of media and information created by others, we are now able to record, organize, and recall our own personal information in more ways than ever before possible. If you can’t remember where you parked your car, it’s not a problem. Just click the fob on your keychain and listen for that telltale beep. If you lose your iPhone or iPad, again, it’s not a problem. You can use the Find My iPhone/iPad app, assuming you originally enabled your device, of course. If you’re not quite sure how to get somewhere, just plug in the address in your car’s Navigation system, or you could even use a Navigation app on your smartphone. If you forget where you saved that picture from your last vacation, or worse, a legal document that you now desperately need, don’t panic. With online storage like iCloud® or Dropbox®, you can access files anywhere. The examples are numerous, but they all point to the fact that technology is an ever-present part of our lives, saving us time, effort, and even memory. Continue Reading

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    A Different Take on “Hosting”

    The word “hosting” has several definitions. Lately, with the shift toward a high-tech focus, the word “hosting” might conjure images of a server farm, with rows and rows of servers, network switches, and routers. Hosting might bring to mind a medical scenario, such as the host of an implanted organ or a microorganism attacking its host. I’d like to suggest another perspective a little more applicable to business, and that is hosting guests, such as one might invite to an event. Hosting, in the sense of a business or networking event, conveys possible gaiety, enjoyment, or even celebration of an achievement or an acknowledgment of some kind. Regardless of the reason for the gathering, for an event to in fact be categorized as such, there must be guests in attendance. Whom we choose to invite plays a large part in the success of the event. Continue Reading

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    How Network Relationship Marketing Is Transforming Business

    Some elements of success are universal. It could easily be said, that one’s net worth is directly related to their network. No longer is it only the CEO’s, VP’s of Sales, and quota-meeting, territory-managing salespeople who must understand the value of networking. Today, everyone is their own brand, and their own business, even if they work for a large corporation. To that end, the need for consistent and engaged networking by each of us is no longer an option. Continue Reading

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