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9 Ways to Become Influential Online

Over the last few weeks, Klout has been less than stable. Scores are suddenly falling, and then suddenly spiking. In fact, there has been a lot more happening with the company than most people know. Joe Fernadez, who was the co-founder of Klout suddenly stepped down. The sudden changes in the score could be a […]

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<p>How you leave other people feeling is exactly the measure of the experience you have created. Your customers don’t “get you wrong” or “just don’t understand”. Service and experience aren’t logical. They are deeply emotional — interpreted by the ever-changing perspectives of the different people you were targeting. There is no one-size-fits-all. And it doesn’t</p>
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5 Steps To Making Other People Feel Awesome. 

How you leave other people feeling is exactly the measure of the experience you have created. Your customers don’t “get you wrong” or “just don’t understand”. Service and experience aren’t logical. They are deeply emotional — interpreted by the ever-changing perspectives of the different people you were targeting. There is no one-size-fits-all. And it doesn’t […]

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Labels, Finger Pointing, Fear, and the Real Value of Photography

I read an interesting blog post “On Real Photographers” by David duChemin recently. He talks about growing weary of the photographers’ complaints that “now everyone has a camera and suddenly everyone’s a photographer”. My first experiences of being part of a group of my peers did not go well. My memories of being in school […]

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Facebook Can Give you The Opportunity to Show Gratitude

Whenever someone buys you or your pet a nice gift, or has you and your family over for a nice meal, the thing to always do is to thank that individual for being so thoughtful. In the old days, a phone call or a thank you note were ways to show gratitude towards someone’s generosity. […]

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Miriam Slozberg Klout

The Main Reason Not to Worry About your Plummeting Klout Score

Many people, including myself were horrified when they saw their Klout scores plummet today. And from what I understand, Klout has been having issues with calculating Facebook and Twitter stats properly. There is a chance that the system will get fixed and then scores will be restored. However, if that never happens- my advice to […]

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<p>Business life is full of complexity. We often like to imagine that problems can be solved with the same series of steps that can be repeated successfully the same way over and over again. The harsh reality is that most of those solutions just don’t work. Sometimes you can’t solve a problem. That’s the honest</p>
<p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="http://danwaldschmidt.com/2015/04/business/the-only-thing-you-have-to-solve">The Only Thing You Have To Solve</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="http://danwaldschmidt.com/">Dan Waldschmidt: Author of EDGY Conversations</a>. </p>
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<p>Other than that, all rights are reserved to you to change your life.  If you are ready to be amazing, now is the time to get started.  Onward...</p>

The Only Thing You Have To Solve

Business life is full of complexity. We often like to imagine that problems can be solved with the same series of steps that can be repeated successfully the same way over and over again. The harsh reality is that most of those solutions just don’t work. Sometimes you can’t solve a problem. That’s the honest […]

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Curator has been Launched by Twitter

Media outlets have a new free tool to use that was created by Twitter called Curator. This was announced in February and the purpose of this tool is that the Curator allows companies to collect Tweets based around certain topics, receive access to much better analytics and do more advanced searches. The Curator can be […]

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<p>Great leaders usually have radical views about the world around them. They don’t just see the world differently from everyone else, they are driven by a set of core beliefs that empower them to take advantage of opportunities that others just bemoan as problems. Their beliefs and desires determine how they make decisions. It’s almost subconscious.</p>
<p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="http://danwaldschmidt.com/2015/03/business/the-secret-power-you-need-to-be-a-great-leader">The Secret Power You Need To Be A Great Leader.</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="http://danwaldschmidt.com/">Dan Waldschmidt: Author of EDGY Conversations</a>. </p>
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<p>Other than that, all rights are reserved to you to change your life.  If you are ready to be amazing, now is the time to get started.  Onward...</p>

The Secret Power You Need To Be A Great Leader.

Great leaders usually have radical views about the world around them. They don’t just see the world differently from everyone else, they are driven by a set of core beliefs that empower them to take advantage of opportunities that others just bemoan as problems. Their beliefs and desires determine how they make decisions. It’s almost subconscious. […]

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