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Kris Kaull
Considering a job as a ninja ...
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Are you happy in your career? Are you building something and pushing the envelope? If not, take a look at these top 6 enemies that keep you from doing great things ...

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A quick, yet relevant read. ~ KK

8 Qualities of Remarkable Employees
Great employees are reliable, dependable, proactive, diligent, great leaders and great followers... they possess a wide range of easily-defined—but hard to find—qualities.

A few hit the next level. Some employees are remarkable, possessing qualities that may not appear on performance appraisals but nonetheless make a major impact on performance.

Here are eight qualities of remarkable employees:

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In a way, I do have a certain level of respect for someone who really understands online media. Online media and its proper integration into the corporate world is a complex beast. My thought? There's a certain level of intelligence and creativity necessary to successfully integrate media into your current corporate structure.

Do you think this is true?

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I'm an incredible mulittasker. Well, I'd like to think I am. But I'm coming to believe that while, yes, I have a lot of things on my mind and am constantly juggling multiple tasks, my level of productivity and execution is terribly diminished.

This is actually a topic for a broader discussion, but I'm not good at being in the present. Right here. Right now. But my kids, wife, collegues, employees, friends, etc. deserve it. I've been working on this for years and, honestly, I still suck at it. But, those who can be in the present have an amazing gift.

Try this:

- When on a conference call, close your laptop.
- When someone asks you a question, stop what you're doing and engage.
- When going to eat lunch or dinner, leave the cell phone in the car.

You'll be amazed at how much more connected you'll be by actually disconnecting from all the noise.

Check out this article:

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I'm lucky. Well, not in the 'black jack gambling lucky' sense. I'm lucky because I have the perfect career. I say career because it's really a mix of lifestyle, jobs, and vision. When I'm not working in online media for EMS1, FireRescue1 and PoliceOne providine valuable -- and I'm not just making it up, we provide valuable -- content, training, education and product information to the first responders that protect your communities, I have the opporutnity to fly with Summit Air Ambulance as a flight paramedic on a helicopter. This provides me the perfect balance to make an impact on a national (and beyond) scale, while still sticking to my roots that made me who I am and still treating patients ... one at a time.

Do you have the perfect career? Not yet? That's fine. But more importantly, are you working towards it? I ran across this article today. What do you think?

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How much have you played with Pinterest? "7 Cool Resumes We Found On Pinterest" from Business Insider.

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The U.S. government is seeking software that can mine social media to predict everything from future terrorist attacks to foreign uprisings:

Could social media reporting become a new form of 9-1-1?

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Have you embraced Facebook Timeline yet? I built my cover pic, but haven't taken the time to review the rest. I need to tho, it sounds like Timeline for companys/brands will be appearing shortly. Are you ready?

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What is the purpose of your social media efforts? Are you using it as another (cost-effective) billboard? Or, are you truly engaging with your audience? This author makes the argument that social media is the perfect outlet for customer service. Maybe we are looking it it incorrectly. What are your thoughts?


The promise of social media for businesses, particularly local ones, has only been seen by a small percentage. Most believe there's something there, but they aren't certain that their efforts are going anywhere. In many cases, they're not. It's not that social media is so challenging that only the select few can get in, nor is it that there's no value in it

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