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fran lytle
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Helping brands engage people through digital, social & content marketing
Helping brands engage people through digital, social & content marketing

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Thursday’s Tip … Encourage a collective sense of purpose. The result? Your team will support one another #ThursdayTip #Business #success

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Thursday’s Tip … Demonstrate resilient behavior. It will inspire others #leadership #success

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Successful networking is all about connecting with people. These 7 questions start engaging conversations not mundane small talk http://bit.ly/2sbOHsb #networking #success 

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Thursday’s Tip … Make time to do something you love
One of the best ways to become more positive is making time for something that you absolutely love #success #love #positive #entrepreneurship

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“5 Tips To Engage Millennial Moms” -- I’m presenting this free webinar with +Jim Clor of +Signup.com Tuesday 6/13 at 2pm (EST). I’ll share the size of the Millennial Mom market, their spending power, the 4 things they look for in brands and 5 tips to engage them http://bit.ly/2rWOeMz #MillennialMoms #Marketing

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Thursday’s Tip … Learn to be comfortable being uncomfortable
Let fear be your compass. Follow it all the way through to the end and you’ll see that your business and your life are nothing short of extraordinary #ThursdayTip #entrepreneurs #success

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Thursday’s Tip … Create a positive workplace culture.
Motivating employees to reach the height of their potential is every leader’s responsibility #culture #leadership

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Calling yourself a “thought leader” makes you un-relatable. Real thought leaders don't have to tell people … their actions indicate their thought leadership (sharing insights through blogs, workshops & webinars). Thought leadership is earned. It's a humbling honor for someone else to refer to you as a “thought leader” but an obnoxious thing to call yourself. Aspire to be a “thought leader” but don’t refer to yourself as one +Inc. http://on.inc.com/2q7AfUB #success #leadership 

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Do this every day for a week. It could improve your outlook, relationships, approach to work, and have long-lasting consequences +Inc. #happiness #tips http://on.inc.com/2q0Q62M
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