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Steve Woodruff
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Attended Berlin High School; Vanderbilt University
Lives in Boonton, NJ
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If you're in a job transition, it's a good idea to define your ideal role/company - the "bullseye" to make your search more targeted:

http://www.stevewoodruff.com/clarity-therapy/new-job-bullseye/
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This quote, after a breakfast Clarity Therapy session with a friend, is why I love my work:
"It has taken me almost a year to understand the best career direction I should pursue - and it took you about an hour!"

http://www.stevewoodruff.com/get-clarity/
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Most people are not your customers.  So - what's your market[place]? Consider these 4 dimensions:
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...and, a general audience vs. a potential paying customer audience...
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That's a Geoff Livingston shot!
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It was a very fruitful conference. If you were at #SMMW14  what are YOUR reflections?
 
+Steve Woodruff nails it. #SMMW14  was much more than these 5 reflections, but a great summary and I couldn't be more humbled by the mention. 
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Good stuff here from my friend Val Nelson
 

My latest blog post...
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Absolutely brilliant. This blog author ought to get a book contract and a 7-figure talk show hosting deal. Or, maybe a box of Junior Mints. That's almost as good...
 
You need to figure out your sweet spot, your customer, your differentiated offering – then you create your messaging and marketing, based on your unique “fit.” What’s your market[place]?
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very nice..
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See www.stevewoodruff.com (portal with all my social media links)
Follow on Twitter @swoodruff

I'm a consultant, blogger, and "matchmaker" (helping pharma clients identify the ideal vendor/partners - the "eHarmony" of pharma sales/training/marketing!)

I also help small companies discover their professional identity and message through a unique process called Clarity Therapy (www.brandwoodruff.com)
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Five Steps Toward Finding Your Professional Sweet Spot
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