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One of the better Linkedin Influencers I follow, +Bruce Kasanoff always makes you pause and think for a minute with a 2-minute column. 
Today I'd like to explain how the business and academic communities have misperceived the personal importance - and utter necessity - of helping others. Please bear with me while I wade through a bit
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Highly recommend Bruce on Linkedin. Consistent content stream and lots of high quality lessons.
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50 cups of coffee + 20 seconds of courage = unlimited possibilities. 
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Raising investment, changing careers, or leaving your city? Then you owe it to yourself to have coffee with 50 people.
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Glad to see someone taking advantage of Linkedin's publishing tool. 

Nicely done +Liz Gross ! 
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True story: I was just going to post a link to my blog (where I have the same content), but then I magically received publishing access, so I figured I'd give it a try.
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The best way to build connections on campus - give more than you receive. (And keep connections going outside of times when you "need" the help!) 
In business, your success revolves around the strength of your relationships. Yes, talent and hard work matter, but without strong relationships... others may fail to recognize or appreciate your
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Really cool data here. Very interesting. 
Which countries are the best for people under 25--who now make up half the world's population?
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Despicable. 
Senate Republicans blocked a vote on Wednesday to open debate on the Paycheck Fairness Act, which would hold employers more accountable for wage discrimination against women. The Senate voted 53 to 44 to move forward on the bill, falling short of the...
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Enjoy this. 3 great points showing promise that the whole book could be just as good. 

I think you'd enjoy this +Sue Caulfield +Amma Marfo +Becca Obergefell +Matt Bloomingdale 
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Guys, Austin Kleon is my favorite! If any of you would like to borrow either of his books, lemme know :)
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Great ideas and insight here offered by +Amma Marfo 

#introverts  #highered #naspa14 #acpa14  
Thanks in large part to faith in me from Chris Conzen and trust in me from Eric Grospitch, I had the opportunity to facilitate one of the inaugural Members' Choice sessions at the NASPA Annual Conf...
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Know when you are driving a bulldozer and when you are using a bullwhip. 

Great analogy by Seth here. 
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    New and First Year Student Experience Specialist, 2012 - present
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    Human Resource Management & Management Information Systems, 2001 - 2005
  • Fairfield University
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Why Your Life Depends on Helping Others
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Today I'd like to explain how the business and academic communities have misperceived the personal importance - and utter necessity - of hel

The Countries Where Youth Are Doing The Best And The Worst
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Which countries are the best for people under 25--who now make up half the world's population?

Stop Complaining About Your Facebook Reach & Start Creating Content ...
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It seems like Facebook page managers have been complaining about declining organic reach forever (well, it's probably only been a year or so

Can Your Career Pass This Critical Test?
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In business, your success revolves around the strength of your relationships. Yes, talent and hard work matter, but without strong relations

Seth's Blog: Bulldozers and bullwhips
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Bulldozers work because they are incredibly heavy. It's fine that they're slow, they're powerful indeed. Bullwhips work because they are inc

Nine Unseen Qualities That Create Exceptional Leaders
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Good leaders look good on paper. Great leaders look great in person; their actions show their value.Yet some leaders go even farther. And th

16 Quotes That'll Make You A Better Marketer & Storyteller
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In my early twenties, I decided I wanted to either be a writer or a teacher. After training as a journalist, I realized that those were the

How to Self Promote without Being a Jerk
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Six months ago, I asked readers, "Is it possible to genuinely be interested in the needs of others, and still promote yourself?" That articl

Seth's Blog: The four horsemen of mediocrity
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Deniability--"They decided, created, commanded or blocked. Not my fault." Helplessness--"My boss won't let me." Contempt--"They don't pay me

Seth's Blog: Conference call hygiene
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On behalf of the many who have suffered through pointless and painful conference calls, some general principles: When in doubt, don't have o

Why You Shouldn't Say "You're Welcome"
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The script is so deeply ingrained that you don’t even need to think about it. When you do a favor, and someone says “thank you,” the automat

Mental Illness and Student Affairs
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So yesterday a tiny little Huffington Post piece hit the interwebs, and in the small world of online student affairs professionals, all hell

Amazon Deal Forces Post Office to Buy Tesla
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The United States Post Office's new deal to deliver packages on Sundays for Amazon got me thinking... Jeff Bezos is no fool; why does he bel

Open Thread: Young People Can and Will Change the World
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Open Thread: Young People Can and Will Change the World - The Huffington Post

Community is Everything: How to Build Your Tribe
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Inspire your community by increasing their confidence, helping them connect to others, and pushing them to challenge themselves.

Are Great Leaders Great Coaches?
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In the last two decades coaching has become increasingly popular. With change in life and business still accelerating - and coaching being a

An Empty Chair We Can All Fill
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The first thing the old man said was, “The cows don’t come by here anymore.”I often ride my bike on roads that snake alongside a local mount

A Scientific Guide To Writing Popular--And Sharable--Headlines For Twitt...
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What words are we most attracted to on Twitter? Why do we click on particular pictures on Facebook? How long is too long?

Get your head out of the Sand: Leaders use Social Media | Socialnomics
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Learn 4 ways progressive leaders are leveraging the benefits of social media. Debunk common excuses, make informed decisions, and focus on t

Nailing a Presentation in the First 60 Seconds
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Whether you are making a presentation at your local library or to senior executives at your firm, the first 60 seconds set you up for succes

Decent place with a great menu and beer list. Get the pad see ew - by far one of the best dishes on the menu. Waitress was quick to comp us a round for a little food mishap which was appreciated. Large TVs, good drinks, and cheap food. Sounds good to me!
Public - 6 months ago
reviewed 6 months ago
There is no reason not to get American Globs. Dark chocolate pretzels, super creamy ice cream, and chocolate dip. A little pricey but well worth it to spoil yourself. Be prepared to wait in a little line but it moves fast.
Public - 6 months ago
reviewed 6 months ago
A huge zoo with lots of exhibits. Bring your walking shoes because the subway is a about 4 blocks away and the layout of the zoo is just expansive. Active animals, very clean, and lots to see here. When we went the brown bears were playing with pieces of a smashed pumpkin like a puppy. We've never seen anything like it. Use your AAA member card for a discounted rate.
Public - 6 months ago
reviewed 6 months ago
They just opened a brand new store next door to the old one. Lots more seating and same great quality of pastries and coffee. Expect to spend a bit here though as they are a tad bit pricey but really, when you bite into it the taste it worth it. Lines can be long but the service is always up beat and who wouldn't mind starring at the display case a little longer as you try to decide what to get? Coffee and tea are great and the hot chocolate isn't gourmet but isn't Swiss Miss either. Enjoy and stop by Martha's on your next stop in the neighborhood or for an after dinner treat.
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Quality: ExcellentAppeal: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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Inexpensive and delicious. I had the schnitzel and my wife had the turkey sandwich. The schnitzel was thin, lightly breaded, and delicious with the compote it was served with. My wife's turkey sandwich took the cake though. Fresh roasted turkey (not deli meat) with cheese and avocado, amazingly refreshing and inexpensive. Fairly quick service for a late lunch on a lazy Saturday.
Public - 6 months ago
reviewed 6 months ago
Seriously some of the best pizza I've had in NYC. Small place. Great service. Good prices for the gourmet pies. Also, they have microbrewed root beer. Seriously, there isn't anything to not like about this place. Try the meatball pizza. Gigantic, thick slices of meatball will cover your pie. Can't wait to go back and enjoy again.
Food: ExcellentDecor: Very goodService: Excellent
Public - 12 months ago
reviewed 12 months ago
This place is not as bad as everyone seems to make it. Their pizza selection is massive!! Their prices are okay but their weekly specials are fantastic. Wednesdays are $1.50 per slice on cheese. I've had the sicilian and the caesar salad pizza and both were delicious. Can't say much for the decor, looks like a old neighborhood pizza shop as you would expect in NYC. The service is friendly but not much english, again the norm for NYC.
Food: ExcellentDecor: GoodService: Very good
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago