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I totally agree with Barbara: "And the bigger the business gets, the more it's gotta look like a giant crayon box with a million different colors. That's what gives the business its substance. 
Most people like to hire pals that they get along with that are similar to themselves. Always the wrong call."
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Here's something that may be helpful for small business owners who use online banking. #smallbusiness   #onlinebanking  
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Interesting healthcare model. My concern would be affordability, but I could see the cost coming down as more people participate. #conciergemedicine   #healthcarereform  
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Interesting!  "The technology, Marigen Omega3, uses skin from cod harvested from the Atlantic Ocean (watch out, little guys!), then takes out all the cells and antigens, leaving a sheet that be put into or onto human skin. The Omega3 lipids found in fish oil are the not-so secret, as they reduce inflammation. " #diabetesmanagement   #woundhealing  
It isn't often FDA device approvals make us wow. But this mermaid-style fish-skin wound treatment for chronic wound healing will help diabetics and others.
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Whoo hoo! Presence Creative Group now has a customized G+ URL: google.com/+Presencecreativegroup
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Great parody! #weirdalyankovic   #grammarnazi   #grammarpolice  
Grammarians, rejoice! Weird Al's latest video, "Word Crimes," offers viewers a humorous schooling in the correct usage of often misused words, and it's set to the unmistakable tune of Robin Thicke's much-maligned "Blurred Lines.&quo...
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"To the surprise of the researchers, bar graphs and charts did poorly. It turns out (news flash) they all kinda look the same. The most memorable images contained “human recognizable objects.” Think mundane stuff like photos or illustrations of bottles, animals and shoes, not to mention people.

Other important points:
Color made a huge difference: the more, the better.
Images with more clutter were highly memorable. How much more memorable? A lot.
Images with lots of circles and rounded corner graphics also ranked high."  #infographic   #webdesign   #webdesigner  
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As a creative person, I feel this article "gets" me. #creative  
“I have devoted 30 years of research to how creative people live and work, to make more understandable the mysterious process by which they come up with new ideas and new things. If I had to express in one word what makes their personalities different from others, it's complexity.
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"In this era of healthcare reform, we’ve all heard patients are becoming the consumers and medical device companies should focus their efforts on impressing them.

Medical device companies, if you want diabetic patients to buy your glucose meter, it’s time to market." #medicalmarketing   #healthcaremarketing  
Medical device companies selling glucose meters need to get serious about healthcare marketing to compete, which means considering packaging design.
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"Judge a man by his questions rather than by his answers."
-- Voltaire, French writer and historian
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"There are good reasons for having many tough rules on how technology can be bought, in other words. The trouble is that all those rules are selecting for huge companies that are very good at getting contracts not necessarily in delivering results. They’re also giving chief information officers and procurement officers an incentive to avoid the risk of working with newer firms, as opposed to managing it. … The sad truth is that unless we reform how government buys, builds, and maintains information technology, we will continue to get more Healthcare.govs." #obamacarefail  
Some of the smartest people in the IT world are saying the failure of heatlhcare.gov is one example of the real tragedy: federal IT procurement is broken.
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My credentials:

As a B2B writer, I have an extensive background in sales and advertising with specialized knowledge in business services, healthcare, logistics and freight. I earned a BA in Writing and a minor in Anthropology from Missouri State University. Grasping the big picture, I “get” social media and understand how the different pieces of online and print marketing work together to form powerful campaigns. When online solutions transformed recruitment advertising and the freight industry, I used my persuasive skills, knowledge, and experience to successfully convince change-resistant companies to embrace new technologies.

My personal philosophy:

Fascinated by people, things, and life, I love discovering new things and like to be in the front wave. I can’t think of a better way to spend a day than by creating new relationships, cementing old friendships, or learning something new. 

My business philosophy:

I reject the corporate mentality so prevalent in the workforce that demeans the individual and reduces everything down to selfish goals. Work should promote the authentic desire of the persons employed. Businesses and employees should both promote responsibility, reinforce freedom, and contribute to the common good. By practicing these ideals, a solid relationship can grow organically. And yes, this takes a lot of work. But isn't the possibility of experiencing social and personal value in the workplace worth trying?