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You're up next, Sr. William - can't wait to see this result ;) 
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Yes well....you almost kept your word ....but then I made nice nice to the huge contact who flew in his own plane to meet you - next time didn't quite cut it with him - but then - I"m used to "more important caller on line two" no problem - hey its me.
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Wisdom from Eric Roach, EveryoneSocial, on employee advocacy - guidelines required. 
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Hi dear Cheryl,
I want to ask you help me on a big decision for my future career, l received an admission from a rather good university to pursue getting a master degree in entrepreneurship, please let me know if l can use that degree (master of entrepreneurship) for employment at a bank? If your answer is positive, please be so kind to me and provide me with some related info and links to support the issue. Thank you so much for your time and your help.
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This was so good. So glad the video is up here, David! 
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My exclusive interview with Scott Jordan, CEO of SCOTTEVEST, on Yahoo News - in his appearance on Shark Tank he turned down $1M in offers from the Sharks and has been tangling with Mark Cuban on social media since. Here's the real story behind his appearance. All opinions welcome! http://voices.yahoo.com/jordan-vs-goliath-scottevests-scott-jordan-squares-12590176.html?cat=9
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Yeah, +Alfred Poor, Scott has never been one to step away from a challenge, and why should he?

He made his chops early on when he left his career as an attorney in Chicago and successfully brought to market the first tech-friendly vests and jackets and used eye-catching marketing to get attention (his most notable early model was a former Playboy Bunny). A cool, quality product addressing a current need with effective marketing brought success,  just as promised in the biz textbooks.

I wore a ScottEVest jacket this morning walking our dog and when we recently went on a trip it was the only jacket I took. The garment, with removable sleeves and enough pockets and cable channels for anyone, is extremely versatile and even though my jacket has to be at least 12 years old it looks good and continues to be a subject of conversation when people realize how it's so much more than 'just a jacket'.

Scott used to race Porsches, then Mini's, and now, according to his Facebook feed, races himself up mountainsides in Utah.

He's an interesting, bright guy who has no reason to take a backseat to anyone.
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Advice from relationship expert and author Eve Holden, via Forbes:
In the new book The EROS Equation, relationship expert Eve Eschner Hogan offers a set of strategies that can help strengthen good relationships and can help strained relationships (whether work-related or personal) to mend.
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My own most recent tips, via Forbes. Enjoy!
Here are a few new tricks and tactics for the many entrepreneurs who are running leaner organizations than ever, for helping to keep work productivity high from the road.
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This is a win/win for both employees and business, by Eric Roach: 
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Tips for execs on preparing for live video presentations from BizVision, a provider of live video webcast production and services. Liive video webcast is growing rapidly as the best way to communicate to your audience. Be prepared! http://bit.ly/1pcWHkt
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Let's recapture the American Dream- my great friend David Gruder's TEDx talk in Encinitas last month. Must see: The Hijack: David Gruder at TEDxEncinitas
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Thank you, +Cheryl Conner and +David Gruder for shining a light on how we can restore our original American Dream... 
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Some great communications advice from a personal hero of mine, Pamela Maier, via Forbes: http://www.forbes.com/sites/cherylsnappconner/2014/03/15/the-8-powerful-communications-secrets-every-person-can-use/
Advice on the Art of Communication from "life coach" counselor Pamela Maiers. Should every entrepreneur receive life coaching? Whether it’s a little or a lot, it just doesn’t hurt.
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The tips for writing online articles readers will love - my article this morning for Forbes. Enjoy! 
Lest you harbor any ill-conceived notions that writing is a glamorous and romantic profession, in actuality, it is work, work, and more work. “You need to learn who your readers are, Henneke Duisternaat says. “Understand their struggles. Know their frustrations. Treat your readers even better than your friends. Help them overcome their doubts and their fears.”
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Thank you, Judi! I thoroughly enjoy everything Henneke Duistermaat has to say. I'm glad you ordered her book. 
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Ken Krogue, InsideSales, on what it takes to move sales acceleration to it's next foreseeable stage, via Forbes: 
When Dave Elkington and I started InsideSales.com a decade ago, which is mentioned in this article, Salesforce.com was the big 800-pound gorilla in the sales automation space. They still are, and they keep getting bigger. Salesforce.com pioneered the concept of renting customer relationships management (CRM) software instead of selling it. Software-as-a-Service [...]
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PR Gunner - CEO - Forbes Contributor and WSJ Guest Contributor. I also have a big interest in health and fitness.
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 I am an entrepreneur and PR expert from Salt Lake City, and I am the founder of Snapp Conner PR. I am also a contributor to Forbes and a frequent author and speaker.


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I am the mother of 5 great kids - 2 of them from Russia, plus 3 grown sons - 4 more by extension (Vic and I are a combined family) and we have 4 adorable grandkids with 2 more on the way (and a MinPinn puppy named Coop).
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