Category: Leadership

Why You Need a Life Board by @GAllenTC

by Gayle Allen | Featured Contributor Can you remember how you felt the first time someone saw something incredible in you that you didn’t see in yourself? Or how you felt after someone took the time to listen to you share a big life goal and then followed up to check on your progress?  Alone, […]

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What If You’re The Worlds BEST Kept Secret? by @xoxoamyjo

by Amy Jo | Featured Contributor  What an awesome week it’s been so far. Yesterday, I took the day to treat myself to a shopping spree with my grandparents. We shopped until we dropped, people! I can’t even remember the last time I went shopping and actually bought new clothes. I may have opened a […]

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The Messenger Gets The Message. by @LoreaSample

by Lorea M. Sample | Featured Contributor  Recently I discovered something that all authentic, intentional leaders will experience at some point in their journey of leading: The Messenger Gets The Message. What does this mean? How does it happen? Why does it matter? WELL, I’m so super psyched that you asked! What does this mean? […]

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10 things Entrepreneurs Should Learn from Holly Holm by @xoxoamyjo

by Amy Jo | Featured Contributor  I have never been into watching fights on TV. Cage fighting, boxing, arm wrestling and all the other violent sports out there totally don’t tickle my fancy. But Holly Holm can teach EVERY entrepreneur a thing or two from her most recent fight against Ronda Rousey. Last week, Holm […]

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The Game Changer: Social Media and the 2016 Presidential Election

  by Dr. R. Kay Green And the clock is ticking… Only one year remains until a new president is elected. Presidential candidates from the Democratic and Republican parties are naturally pushing hard to win voters to their campaigns. Political ad spending is expected to reach an astounding $11.4 billion, 20 percent more than the […]

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Why Ensuring Happiness in the Workplace Should Begin Before the First Interview by @BBorowicz

by Brittney Borowicz | Featured Contributor For this month’s guest blog post, I am straying away from my usual marketing how-tos, tips and tricks and instead focusing on another topic I am very passionate about: happiness in the workplace. Happiness in the workplace was not something I had every really considered when I first left […]

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How to Resolve Workplace Conflict Like a Boss

by Karen Doniere Let’s face it: as much as we try to be a team player and work toward our team’s success, conflicts will arise. Those conflicts may be the result of personality clashes, differences of opinion, and more. What can you and I do to make certain that we maintain a high level of […]

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5 Ways to Work Thought Leadership into your Content Marketing Strategy by @BBorowicz

by Brittney Borowicz | Featured Contributor The intent of thought leadership is to become a trusted source of information for your audience so that they view you and your company as an authority in your industry. Not only does thought leadership position you and your company as the go-to for specific information in your industry, but it […]

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“I Quit!” The Story of a Millennial Job Hopper by @BBorowicz

by Brittney Borowicz | Featured Contributor In my experience, Millennials get a lot of flack for a lot of things. As someone who falls into that Millennial age group, I’ve had people tell me I’m lazy and entitled without even getting the chance to ask my name first. Another common stereotype I’ve heard about Millennials is […]

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15 Tips for How to Ask for Twitter Retweets the Polite Way

  Twitter has been around for many years, and you’d think most people and brands would have the hang of it by now. Based on the number of tacky communications (direct messages and tweets) peeps send me each week, that’s not the case. As you know, there are no official rules for how to tweet. […]

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