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5 Rules for Creating Engaging Presentations

Graphical excellence is that which gives to the viewer the greatest number of ideas in the shortest time with the least ink in the smallest space.” -Edward Tufte Edward Tufte is an expert in the field of data visualization. While his methods may seem quite simple, they can be difficult for people to grasp in […]

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9 Super Ideas to Help Achieve Your Goals in 2015

Each year one vicious habit discarded, in time might make the worst of us good.”–Benjamin Franklin Big changes can be difficult to implement. Human brains are wired to create and distinguish patterns, and our tendency to follow routines reflects this. Work practices are even more regimented—and often ingrained—than our activities at home. But, by slowly […]

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LinkedIn’s Killer App: Contact Management

Social media properties want to increase the time you spend with them.  They call it ‘engagement’ and it is a key metric that social media sites like to quote when soliciting more VC funds or in the case of Facebook, to make their analysts happy LinkedIn has been called ‘Facebook for Business’ and for good […]

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4 Costly Mistakes that Can Ruin Your Job

If you make listening and observing your occupation, you will gain much more than you will by talking. — Sir Robert Baden-Powell, Founder of the Boy Scouts “A beginning is a very delicate time.”  Starting a new job can be a trying experience.  Especially if you were out of work for a while, moved into […]

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Is Your Life Full of Clutter? Organize Your Life With Evernote!

The trouble with organizing a thing is that pretty soon folks get to paying more attention to the organization than to what they’re organized for.” — Laura Ingalls Wilder My daughter, Emma, kills what seems like an entire forest each year writing things down to try and keep herself organized for school. Her desk is littered […]

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