Does Social Media Promote “Boorish” Behavior?

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September 13, 2011

Tweet Recently, I found myself reading a magazine I don’t often encounter.  The publication is geared for senior citizens (I’m not part of that demographic), yet I was interested in an article that offered social media tips to seniors.  I was intrigued.  What particular perspectives would the author choose to share with this community of...
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Stand Tall and Bow Down

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September 9, 2011

Tweet It is important in life to learn specific skills in order to become successful, as well as feel successful.  There are times in your life when you will hit some “stumbling blocks,” but it is in how you handling the situation that will make a difference.  It is not the situation itself that...
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A Workable Process For Fact Finding

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September 8, 2011

Tweet Often a major challenge in determining if and how to make changes or improvements is to conduct an effective fact-finding mission. In some cases, this could take weeks or even months of painstaking research. Especially under today’s market pressure, organizations often don’t take the time they should to get accurate, reliable information. People...
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Cross-departmental Teams Create Cohesion

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September 6, 2011

Tweet For years, some companies put their focus on individualism, on competition, encouraging employees to show their prowess on...
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Millenials Respond Most to Social Media Marketing

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September 1, 2011

Tweet As a small business owner, I know firsthand that social media is not only an economical way to...
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Give In but Don’t Give Up

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August 29, 2011

Tweet Life can be satisfying and magnificent, but there are times when it can also be devastating.  It can...
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East Coast Earthquake Shaking Things Up in New Jersey

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August 26, 2011

Tweet Tuesday morning, I was sitting at my desk working away and my coworker—native to Maryland and a new...
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