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Have I got a leadership book for you?!! John R Bell's "Do Less Better." Enjoy!
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Hey Ted. Might also suggest "Essentialism" as the next read to check out. I'm adding your rec to my Amazon list.
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So powerfully true! Don't deny yourself either one. Not only will it make your life and your personal interactions more  enjoyable for all concerned; you'll find a life full of laughter and adequate sleep will also improve your career. 
 
this is the reason that I watch comedies at night.
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The Irish have it right!
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I'm honored for my post to be on Kimunya Mugo's five-star blog, "Lead by Choice!" This leader is fast becoming a friend - and already is owner of a must-subscribe blog. Enjoy!
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This may be the best interview I've ever given - which just proves, it's the interviewer AND the guest who make for the best experience. The Legacy Project of South Africa is a terrifically good cause. You should explore their site!
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"Your network isn't yours to keep; it's yours to share," says the brilliant Deb Mills Scofield in Time. She has been living OPEN since well before Mark S Babbitt and I started writing "A World Gone Social," that's for sure!
A business philosophy as old-school as it gets
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Leaders: You can't afford to miss this vlog by futurist David Houle of Switch and Shift's League of Extraordinary Thinkers.
Legacy thinking are thoughts from the past, what the thinking was that used to work. Everywhere in the world today there is massive collapse of legacy thinking.
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My latest post, on TalentCulture - World of Work. Seeking to understand and EXPLAIN the Social Age? Start here.
Note: This post comes from Ted Coiné, Chief Relationship Officer of Meddle.It and Forbes Top 10 Social Media Power Influencer. He and Mark Babbitt, CEO and founder of YouTern, President of Switch & Shift and a co-founder of ForwardHeroes.org, will be ... Read More
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7 Attributes of Truly Social CEOs. on HBR.org
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Really great write-up of our new book, "A World Gone Social," on CMS Wire today. The intro of this article alone is worth a read ;)
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The New Rules of the Social Age - my guest post on Jesse Lyn Stoner's award-winning leadership website: http://seapointcenter.com/the-new-rules-of-the-social-age/
The Industrial Age has ended. In this guest post, Ted Coine shares 3 rules for leaders to ensure their organization survive, and thrive, in the Social Age.
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Please, join me in voting for Switch and Shifter John Spence! This man is an inspirational relentless giver, a leader, and a tremendous friend.
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Have you been in a funk all week at the tragic loss of Robin Williams? We sure have - at Switch & Shift Human Side Of Business and also in the Coine family. My friend Ken Perlman of Kotter wrote a tribute to the great man from a unique, gripping angle I think you'll appreciate.

And remember, we all suffer at times. if you feel your suffering is so unbearable it makes you desperate, please, reach out to a friend or suicide councilor for help. None of us need ever be alone.
I am at the age when people I grew up idolizing, emulating, and imitating are dying. It is one of very few things about this time in my life that really sucks.
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  • Meddle.It
    Chief Relationship Officer, 2014 - present
    Marketing, Sales, Evangelism... the nice thing about a startup is, we don't do silos!
  • Switch and Shift
    Chairman, 2012 - 2014
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Chief Relationship Officer at Meddle.it. Co-author of "A World Gone Social: How Companies Must Adapt to Survive."
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Ted Coiné is Chief Relationship Officer of Meddle.it, the next generation content marketing tool for organizations and individuals.

 

He is a Forbes Top 10 Social Media Power Influencer and an Inc. Top 100 Leadership Expert. This stance at the crossroads of social and leadership gave Ted a unique perspective to identify the demise of Industrial Age management and the birth of the Social Age. The result, after five years of trend watching, interviewing and intensive research, is his latest co-authored book, A World Gone Social: How Companies Must Adapt to Survive.

 

An Inc. Top 100 Speaker, Ted is also a serial business founder and three-time CEO.

 

He lives in Naples, Florida, with his wife and two daughters.

 

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Proud father of two little girls, delighted husband of Jane's.
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