Content Overload

Content Overload

Content creation is more than a trending topic in the marketing world. It has become increasingly necessary to stand out and a way in which to measure the reach or success of a brand. Not only is there an expectation of creating content, but also consuming content....

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Your Internal GPS

Your Internal GPS

Yesterday I spoke with a client who was facing uncertainty. Both professionally and personally, she is feeling unfulfilled. She said, “I am just feeling lost and I don’t know what I’m doing.” I think considering these last 12 months, such a feeling is understandable....

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Traits of a Leader

Traits of a Leader

The goal of every leader should be continued growth. Being a disciple means being both a follower and a learner. Our posture is always one of humility – knowing that we don’t know it all.

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Leading the Leader

Leading the Leader

We are led by something. Whether we care to admit it or not, we are all being led by something. We may be being led by people around us who influence us, the current culture that has sway over us, or even our own emotions - which can be unreliable or even misleading....

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Besting the Outrage Ecosystem

In 2021, I plan to write without succumbing to the outrage ecosystem. And I plan to maintain with a level-headed perspective and a clear-eyed view of our collective future.-Om This is a great goal, but also one that should go without saying.  Let's be adult...

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The Left Handed Pen

The Left Handed Pen

How much would you pay for a nitrogen-pressurized, hermetically-sealed pen? What is the value of such a device? If you're on Earth, the value is pretty low. If you're a right-handed writer, the value is probably even lower. But if you're a left-handed writer, one who...

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Comments are dying

Comments are dying

We're shifting away from social on social media Recently, a number of websites I followed either removed their comments section or announced their intent to do so. Frequently noted as the reason for removal included a lack of engagement, a lack of civility, a change...

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Facebook Hopes You Forget, Not Forgive

Facebook Hopes You Forget, Not Forgive

Once again, Facebook plays fast and loose with user’s privacy, stepping back only when they get caught Since at least 2003, Facebook has responded to criticism by offering a vague apology when rolling out privacy-eroding changes. Usually, these changes are called...

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