Monthly Archives: May 2011

How to Use Your Return from Vacation to Drive Continuous Personal Development

Returning from vacation can be tough. How often do we hear our friends and colleagues say that they need a vacation from their vacation?  It’s sad (but true) that many vacations end up being tiring and stressful events, with overly … Continue reading

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Making Your Network…Work

Recently, I’ve enjoyed the opportunity to witness several strong examples of the positive impact that real, strategic networking can have.  Being a part of these particular examples got me thinking a bit more about networking and what it truly means in … Continue reading

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Seinfeld’s ‘Chain’ – A Simple Idea for Serious Results

I’ll begin this post by stating that I fully recognize that I’m about 4 years behind on this story, and since then, I’m sure that hundreds (probably thousands) of others have written on this topic…but I found the idea to … Continue reading

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