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Korean Wisdom on an Elevator

I love traveling and experiencing new cultures. It seems that no matter what country I go to, what conference I speak at, or what training I do, people all over the world have a fundamental understanding of the power and importance of a strong network. This is a...

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Time, Money, & Wishing Our Lives Away

When you are young, you put things off because you believe that you have plenty of time. When you are old, you wish you had done so much more when youth was on your side. So many of us put our lives off because we just don’t have enough time. We work to buy things...

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I am in Charge…Or Am I?

I’m in charge. Well, I am! This was always the voice of my younger self. I’m the oldest sibling – the firstborn – and I was always left in charge of my six siblings. Life has always been like a bull in a china shop for me; demanding my way, pushing others to get...

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From the Arms of One into the Arms of Another

The year 2013 has ended and the New Year has begun, but before 2013 has gone too far, I wanted to take some time to reflect. It has been an amazing year of growth and opportunities, happiness and sadness, and above all it has been a year of major life changes. All too...

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The Naked Networker

Do you network naked? Networking online allows us to do a lot of things that we would not do if we were face to face. Who are you talking to on that Social Networking Site? Do you know? Are you sure? I have a friend who is always using his video camera and says that...

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Networking with the Generations

I had the opportunity to attend a conference in Toronto last week where I heard Darla Campbell speak on the topic of “Networking Strategies for All Generations”  it was a very enlightening topic. Baby Boomers – 1946 – 1964 Gen Xers – 1965...

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