Category Archives: Networking

Five Minute Friday: Belong

Belong. The sense that you feel a part of something, somewhere, some group. Several of us discussed this very subject yesterday in the context of being without a job and feeling the loss of belonging somewhere. You have a badge … Continue reading

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Positivity.

Who are you hanging around? Jim Rohn said that “we become the combined average of the five people we hang around the most”. So how do you delete the toxic people from your life and surround yourself with positive people? … Continue reading

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The Year Made Up of Days.

Again this morning I read my scribbling on the 3×5 notecard on my desk that I have read every day this year so far: Everything you will do in this year will come from what you do every day. Your … Continue reading

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Workarounds.

Are you a hiring manager without a budget for the personnel that you need to make your goals? Has your company resorted to contractors in lieu of employees to eliminate the need to provide benefits, and save on labor costs … Continue reading

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It Is A Choice

We get to choose. Even if we are not the one choosing our circumstances, we are able to choose our response. Easier said than done, I know. Especially if we have to respond in public, out in the open where … Continue reading

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What Chris Brogan said…

I rarely read a blog post that has more to share in it than a line or a paragraph here and there. But on Sunday mornings Chris Brogan emails his online friends and today I want to share the entire … Continue reading

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In. Real. Life.

Penelope Trunk writes today:  “The blog is a conversation where I am useful to the reader in exchange for me having someone to talk to.” I’m taking her advice. I hope I am useful in writing this, since there have … Continue reading

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