Category Archives: Business & Personal Skills

5 Best Practices of Thought Leadership

Thought leadership is a hot buzzword, however, there are many definitions and misconceptions about what a thought leader is. I’d like to offer a definition that may be slightly broader than what you’re used to. Once you’re comfortable with the … Continue reading

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Why Images are Dominating the Business World

Have you noticed the amount of images that have exploded into the social media scene? It’s no mistake that these images have taken over our favourite social media platforms. With the advent of smart phones that have some super high … Continue reading

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Putting the R.A.P. in Rapport – Mastering the Art of High Power Communication

- Dr. Karen Jacobson, high performance coach, author, speaker and wellness advisor. Imagine walking into a room anywhere around the world, listening to any foreign language and immediately being able to communicate and speak with everyone around you. How cool … Continue reading

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Social Media Build Your Tribe – Entice Engagement By Giving Your Followers Success

Social Media engagement starts a cocktail-party style encounter amidst streams of clever quotes and cute critters. You have a chance to say ‘hi’ with a smile, you may have a chance to chat, and sometimes there’s a click-through. Engaging followers … Continue reading

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Motivate Like The Best! How The Best Leaders & Salespeople Do It.

Right now, I bet you know THAT person. Who is THAT person you might ask? For many of us, it is hard to describe, so let me tell you the story of two people… “Jane is the CEO of XYZ … Continue reading

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