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"Your study re-imagined"
"Your study re-imagined"

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I feel like it's even more than 174!
Cut Through the Noise, Nonsense and Crap

Your prospective customers are everywhere! They are reading blogs, news, watching videos, playing games and maybe even buying educational or informational products from other experts. They are everywhere but on your website or blog.

You see them engaging with people who have content you know isn't very good. You see them engaging on social media around problems with others who are not qualified to help them. Some guy with a 45 second video that said nothing has 20,000 views.

So, what in the world is really going on? Why aren't they on your website? Why aren't they reading your articles? Why aren't they buying from you?
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Do you need help communicating with millennials?
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I really want to make this now. With micro machines
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So proud to see AAUW's new guide for social media in advocacy work!
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I really need to update my youtube channel. Anyone have a spare toilet paper roll?
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That's so sad. I know that's not true for me. I actually like the real people in my life far more than the digital ones
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Great place to study. If only I could study in a quiet library. I need noise in the background to concentrate. Is that strange?
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I had the great privilege of meeting Dr. Bandura over 10 years ago. I admire the simplicity of self efficacy and have used my understanding of it throughout my career and personal growth. I look at failing as a part of my journey, a stop along the way to change direction, a place to take a step back, and reflect. I've had several people tell me that I couldn't cut it in my career, that I didn't have what it takes. I used that doubt to pursue the very things they told me I could not do. That was exhausting and after 10 years of aspiring to be what my early teachers told me I couldn't do, I decided I no longer needed to do anything other then what I wanted. I also realized that what I wanted wasn't always defined and would change. I make my own way now and I don't always know where I'm going, but I know that I'm enjoying the space I have to create. That's creativity for me: a big open space to explore ideas and then releasing them to go their own way.
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One of my favorite TED talks. Now that I'm back in school I think creativity is undervalued and overlooked still, even 10 years since I graduated
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