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Keith Jennings
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Writer, Content Strategist, Leadership Advocate & Children's Poet
Writer, Content Strategist, Leadership Advocate & Children's Poet

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"I hope you're proud of yourself for the times you've said 'yes,' when all it meant was extra work for you and was seemingly helpful only to somebody else." Well said, Mister Rogers. Well said.

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Most organizations focus on "who we are, what we do & why choose us." Here is a quick exercise to help you design a more connective sales/marketing narrative: http://keithjennings.com/redesign-your-business-story/

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Try using a "root narrative" to align your storytelling efforts. Study how +Jerod Morris does this through his Primility project: http://keithjennings.com/what-are-root-narratives/ 

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The more I get to know +Jerod Morris, the more I'm impressed. Being a leader and A-player means making tough decisions. Even if, on the surface, it's a small schedule thing. http://primility.com/schedule-change/

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Learn how Dr. Kate Burke and Dr. Natasha Burgert are practicing the "new rules" of customer service in +David Meerman Scott's new free eBook: http://www.webinknow.com/2014/09/agile-real-time-customer-service-free-ebook.html

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Quit trying to "sell." Instead, teach people in ways that help them buy. There's tons of terrific advice in +David Meerman Scott's SlideShare, "The New Rules of Selling." Please invest time in reading this: http://www.slideshare.net/freshspot/the-new-rules-of-selling-38281832

I've become a big fan of Leah Hewson's art: http://leahhewson.com/gallery/. She's a Dublin-based visual artist.

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Really digging the art of Robert and Shana ParkeHarrison: http://parkeharrison.com/

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Do you have a "season" for your work life? Maybe you should. Here's an idea to help you get started: http://keithjennings.com/what-is-your-season/

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I always learn something from Rebecca Lieb.
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