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Who is Discussing Brooklyn Escorts and Why You Should Be Worried

by guest June 6, 2019

Tweet Who is Discussing Brooklyn Escorts and Why You Should Be Worried You must be aware this info could be incomplete, may contain errors or might have become out of date. If you don’t agree, please leave the website now. It may include elements that may be harmful to childen under 18. Brooklyn Escorts Secrets […]

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New York Escort: the Ultimate Convenience!

by Himanshu Jhamb June 6, 2019

Tweet New York Escort: the Ultimate Convenience! The Hidden Treasure of New York Escort It’s a city where individuals land in immense numbers to produce a future in their opinion. It is due to the expertise of these girls that a growing number of folks are choosing our organization and our girls to fulfill their […]

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The Soul of a Project #32: Humility, Courage and Discipline

by Gary Monti January 23, 2013

Tweet “What do I do when overwhelmed and projects pull me in several directions?” That is a common question. The short answer is, “Practice humility, courage, and discipline.” Humility is simply appreciating where the boundary is between what I can do and what I can’t do. When on the “can” side get to work focusing […]

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Thought Readership #20: The GOODREADS Challenge

by Liz Alexander January 21, 2013

Tweet When you get to a certain age you think you’ve seen everything, right? But no, I logged onto LinkedIn recently to find a “Can you recommend me?” request from an “award winning fiction author/top client” I’d never heard of (although I was obviously daft enough to accept a previous request to connect) whose 76-page […]

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Thought Readership #19: INTO THE STORM by Dennis N.T. Perkins with Jillian B. Murphy

by Liz Alexander December 17, 2012

Tweet The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, Atonement, Hancock, Bonfire of the Vanities…I guess we’ve all got our “sour grapes” list of movies that should have been good, but were not. As Hollywood has long since shown us, there is no such thing as a sure-fire hit. The potential for creating a product with great characters, […]

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The Soul of a Project #31: Dealing with the Fear of Being Honest

by Gary Monti December 13, 2012

Tweet “Honey, do I look fat in this dress?” That is a question any wise man approaches carefully – very carefully. It is prescient when it comes to change management. Why? Well, we all say we prize honesty but upon closer examination there is a desire to get by which comes in direct conflict with […]

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6 Ways to get Your Customers Saying – Please take my Money!

by Himanshu Jhamb December 10, 2012

Tweet Right. You don’t hear that very often. In fact, you probably don’t even think it! In fact, the reverse is usually what we hear – in stories, from our friends, from our colleagues and pretty much every where from customers. “Please don’t take my money” “It was not worth it” “It’s too expensive” … […]

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The Soul of a Project #30: Dealing With Shame!

by Gary Monti December 4, 2012

Tweet Ever have someone melt down right in front of you for no apparent reason? Or, has someone dug in unrealistically? What about another person feeding the gossip mill in a rather vicious manner working to get people to side with him? On the flip side, there’s the person who shrugs her shoulders blind to […]

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Thought Readership #18: 301 Smart Answers to Tough Interview Questions by Vicky Oliver

by Liz Alexander December 3, 2012

Tweet Call me fifty shades of confused! Why is it that so many books have numbers in their titles? This question popped into my head the other day, sparked in part by the response by many independent bookstores to Amazon’s publication of Tim Ferriss’ latest book in his “4-hour” franchise: first workweek, then body, now […]

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